Tanner Fuls was your average 11 year old little boy. He enjoyed playing hockey, he had tons of friends and life was looking great for this young man. That is until he was diagnosed with MDS (Myelodysplastic Syndrome) and lost his battle on November 27, 2010.
This morning the Benton County American Dairy Association hosted Breakfast On The Farm at the Bemboom Farmon Mayhew Lake Rd. in Sauk Rapids and I was lucky enough to be in attendance! This annual event is a way to showcase one local dairy farm as part of National Dairy Month. Kids are invited to attend and learn how a working farm really works! They can get up close and personal with the animals and see what goes into producing the milk they enjoy drinking!
It was a rainy and cool day for a parade but that didn't stop the great people of Foley from showing up to enjoy the last day of Foley Fun Days! The attendance wasn't as large as it has been in past years, but everyone that "weathered" the weather had a blast! Thanks for another fun time Foley!
The photos, released by ‘American Idol’s’ website, show the season 10 winner and runner-up looking so-adorable-it-hurts as they pose for the cameras. In Scotty’s case, we see him with his older sister, while Lauren poses in a cute frilly dress and bow.
It goes without saying that any day is a great day for a parade - unless it is raining. That's exactly what happened during the Paynesville Town and Country Days Grand Parade, but that didn't stop our Paynesville neighbors from coming out to show their support!
Well, there’s one things Canadians aren’t apologetic over and that’s their intense love of hockey. This passion led to riots on the streets of Vancouver Wednesday night when the beloved Canucks lost the Stanley Cup 4-0 to the Boston Bruins.
After the Vancouver Canucks lost to the Boston Bruins in Game Seven of the Stanley Cup finals, hockey fans took to the streets of British Columbia’s capital city in a massive riot. With so much passion in the air, somebody was bound to get some action: Photographer Rich Lam snapped a couple making out somewhere between the throbbing horde and a line of riot police. See the full image below:
Kenny Chesney was the first act to perform at Lambeau Field since 1985 when Survivor played to a sold out crowd. With the help of Kenny Chesney, some great 98 Country fans and a few YouTube users, we have a great collection of pictures, videos and even Kenny talking about being on stage with the Super Bowl Trophy!
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