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Columbia Golf Course and learning center in Minneapolis will open temporarily for walking golfers, allowing players to hit off mats even in winter conditions. Bookings are available for this limited-time opportunity.
Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board announces the Play Golf Minneapolis Season start this Saturday, offering season passes, league signups, and lessons at city clubhouses.
The ShamROC Ice Bowling event in St. Louis Park, happening on March 16, offers a unique twist on bowling, where teams of four can play on ice for $50. Registration is required by March 12.
The Minnesota Wild defeated the Vancouver Canucks 10-7, setting a franchise record for goals with Eriksson Ek and Kaprizov scoring hat tricks and making a rapid comeback in the game.
Mike Conley Jr. has reportedly signed a two-year, $21 million contract extension with the Minnesota Timberwolves, foregoing free agency to add experience and skill to the team's lineup.
Pharrel Payne led the Minnesota Golden Gophers to an 81-70 win over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, contributing 21 points and 11 rebounds.
The Buffalo Sabres won 3-2 in overtime against the Minnesota Wild, with Dylan Cozens' last-minute goal forcing OT, and Henri Jokiharju scoring the winner.
UConn's Paige Bueckers plans to return for another season, with Coach Geno Auriemma also staying on, both decisions boosting team morale amid injury recoveries.
Gus Schumacher became the first American man to win a World Cup cross-country skiing event in 11 years, while Jessie Diggins placed third in the women's 10K at the Loppet Cup.
Minneapolis hosted the Cross-Country World Cup at Theodore Wirth Park, attracting thousands, including U.S. Olympian Jessie Diggins. The event, back in the U.S. after 20 years, had ideal snow conditions and enthusiastic fans showcasing local pride.
Bunker Hills Golf Club is hiring seasonal golf maintenance workers, involving tasks like mowing greens and grooming sand traps, with the perk of free golf.
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board postponed the technical meeting about improving sports facilities, promising to reschedule and continue discussions on maintenance, permits, and funding.
The Bloomington Police Department is preparing for their annual hockey game against the Bloomington Fire Department, seeking to avenge last year's loss and inspire local support.