Brent Wolfe Feature Archive

Farmers celebrate the "old days" as the total tobacco harvest dwindles. (02/01/1999)
Austin, Minnesota hopes theater will provide a venue for performing arts and an economic boost for downtown. (12/24/1998)
Scientists study the impact thousands of tundra swans have on the Upper Mississippi River Wildlife Refuge. (12/03/1998)
The effects of searching reach far beyond the family. (08/21/1998)
When people gathered to talk about state welfare issues, deep-seated feelings arose. (06/15/1998)
Citizens gathered at conference sites around the state to discuss tax policy. (05/04/1998)
Some think an openness to spirituality is the wave of the future in medicine. (04/30/1998)
The Mayo clinic is producing a musical written and produced with Mayo doctors and staff. <i>The Doctor Will See You Now</i> explores the complicated and private relationships between patients and their doctors. (08/08/1997)
Austin's first place team has a 20-year-old owner and the youngest manager in professional baseball. So much for experience. (06/20/1997)