Take your pick - Lynx, Timberwolves, Twins, United FC, Vikings and Wild. And that's just the pro sports teams in Minnesota.
By: Hailey Almsted
In January, the Edina Community Foundation welcomed submissions for its ‘Bold New Idea’ contest, awarding an Edina resident (or a group of residents) up to $5,000 for their idea to strengthen and celebrate our beautiful city. Five finalists took the stage in April, and the Edina Girls Sport Summit ultimately took home the prize money.
The Edina Girls Athletic Association intends to help girls build friendships and confidence and learn how to live healthy lives.
If you’re about to shake the rust off of your swing after the long winter or have been recovering from any injury that’s prevented you from playing golf in a while, you may want to first consider a visit to the experts at Golftec.
Yes, technically it's April, but March Madness comes to Minneapolis this week. if you’re trying to score some last-minute Final Four tickets, the Better Business Bureau has some advice.
This spring, 18-hole golf returns to Edina as Braemar Golf Course is set to reopen with a redesigned course, as well as new and improved league offerings.
Starting with the 2019 season, the price for stadium staples like hot dogs, pretzels and beer will drop to more affordable levels.
Spotlight on our state’s new favorite sport.
Adult hockey league shoots for goals of having fun and being social.
As Minnesota gears up to host the 2015 National Senior Games, one Edina woman is ready for action. Susan Adams Loyd competes in track and field, and at age 56 she sees no reason to slow down. “I have always said that athletics, exercise and daily activity are truly the fountain of youth,” Loyd says. Ten years ago, Loyd rediscovered her spark to compete and she encourages others her age to follow suit.