It was 2017. Woodbury’s Kate Swenson pulled into a parking spot at work, turned a camera on herself and hit the record button. She had to talk, she had to share and she had to cry.
After Collin Johnson was born eight weeks premature with a grade four brain hemorrhage, his parents were told he would likely never walk or run, and that there was a high chance he would have cerebral palsy.
Meet Woodbury’s Danielle Nitardy, an outstanding member of Tartan High School’s class of 2016.
TV reporter Emily Engberg admits she splits her loyalties between her hometown Iowa Hawkeyes and her beloved alma mater Arizona State Sun Devils.
Margaret Eggert, an East Ridge High School graduate, is passionate about volleyball. She’s excited to be on the Gopher volleyball team at the University of Minnesota, where she’s transferring this year from the University of Mississippi.
I admit that I am very fond of this particular photo. The subjects are two special people in my life: my granddaughter, Mia Musser, with her mother—my daughter-in-law—Katie. The peaceful scene was snapped by Katie’s father, Steve Kobayashi, using a Canon 60D camera with a 28 mm lens.
Only 4 to 7 percent of kids who enroll in Boy Scouts go on to become Eagle Scouts.
It seems a sportswriter’s best stories often have little to do with sports. The Super Bowl, World Series and Stanley Cup championship get fans excited and lead to the bar banter we’ve all come to know (and sometimes love), but often being a sportswriter is about a different kind of story.
Let me hear you CHEER! For a sport that was once, well, relegated to the sidelines, cheerleading has seen a major growth spurt over the last 10 years in Woodbury.
A harrowing flight in a blizzard on January 17, 1960 almost wiped out the NBA’s Minneapolis Lakers franchise.