Every family and community has their own way of celebrating the holidays, but one town likes to do it the old-fashioned way.
There are many people that still prefer a real Christmas tree over an artificial tree. And then there are those that take it even a step further, and that is going out into woods and cutting their own down.
Hundreds of children in Grand Forks will receive gifts this holiday season thanks to one of Grand Forks' oldest charities, run completely by volunteers.
A Thief River Falls man owns 200 tractors, toy tractors that is. Collectible tractor toys and models have been around since the 30s and this weekend they were a huge draw in Thief River Falls.
Thursday officially marked the end of our third annual "Toys for Tots" drive at WDAZ-TV. We are proud to announce that thanks to your generous donations, this Christmas will be much brighter for many area children. We received more toys this year than ever before.
Some people collect items as a hobby, but for one man, that hobby turned into a museum. Jerome Peters in Viking Minnesota started Peters' Museum 10 years ago.
It's that time of year when many people are filling their bird feeders. It's a growing wintertime hobby that can be beneficial for both the people and the birds.
From the sound of exploding grenades to the roar of the crowd, Almir Krdzalic's journey to success has taken him from the Bosnian War to the campus of the University of Minnesota-Crookston.
With the 2013 crop season pretty much at an end, it's time for the 43rd annual Northern Ag Expo.
Terry takes a look at what may be the ultimate in holiday gift-giving.
For those that hunt or fish, bagging that trophy buck or walleye may be a once in a lifetime opportunity. But what if, over the course of time, hunting 6 continents and 38 countries resulted in over 350 trophy mounts? Well, you open a museum of course.RELATED CONTENT
Most ski areas have yet to open but the Frost Fire Ski resort just outside of Walhalla has been open the passed two weekends. That, thanks to some cold weather and improvements in snowmaking.
A couple of Minnesota Turkey's and the family that raised them are gearing up for national spotlight. The Burkel family of Badger, Minnesota, will present a turkey to President Obama to be pardoned.
We all remember our favorite teachers - the ones who inspired us, touched our hearts, and sparked our interests.
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