Molly Guthrey, Pioneer Press

Molly Guthrey

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  • Pioneer Press
Past:
  • San Jose Mercury News

Recent articles by Molly:

St. Paul Winter Carnival seeking its next queen — after two years – Twin Cities

The last time a Queen of Snows was crowned in St. Paul, we were living on the edge of a pandemic. → Read More

Watch Suni Lee waltz to ‘I Put a Spell on You’ on ‘Dancing with the Stars’

St. Paul gymnast Suni Lee and her professional dancing partner, Sasha Farber, were one of 13 couples dancing to “Disney Heroes” and “Disney Villains” theme nights on the two… → Read More

Watch Suni Lee salsa dance to Lin-Manuel Miranda song on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ – Twin Cities

America watched Sun Lee dance again on Monday night. → Read More

Watch Suni Lee foxtrot to Britney’s ‘I’m a Slave 4 U’ on ‘Dancing with the Stars’

Who does a handstand during a foxtrot? Suni Lee, of course. → Read More

Daisy Mae, the West St. Paul pig who fought City Hall and won, dies at 15

The pot-bellied pig who was knighted by the St. Paul Winter Carnival and made the cover of National Geographic Magazine passed away on Tuesday. → Read More

Fall 2021 Parade of Homes Remodelers Showcase: Sneak peek of 3 homes

In the upcoming Fall 2021 Parade of Homes Remodelers Showcase, visitors can find inspiration by touring 39 remodeled homes transformed by 30 local remodeling companies. → Read More

KSTP’s Steve Patterson leaving ‘Twin Cities Live’ later this fall

The forecast is in: There’s a 100 percent chance of Steve Patterson leaving KSTP’s “Twin Cities Live” later this fall. → Read More

Ailing St. Paul photojournalist tells his story from behind the camera

As usual, Bill Alkofer was behind his camera to capture the moment at 6:53 p.m. and 41 seconds on Oct. 19, 2018. It was in this moment, though, that the photojournalist became the subject. → Read More

Eden Prairie man missing after going for a run on Monday

Police say that Mike Elhard, 39, was last seen at 10 a.m., on Monday, traveling west from his home on Jackson Drive, near Pioneer Trail and Franlo Road. → Read More

Read: ‘Safety & Security’ update for the 2021 MN State Fair

Here is the full “Safety & Security” update for the 2021 Minnesota State Fair, posted to the Fair’s website on Wednesday. → Read More

Read: MN State Fair health guidance regarding masks, vaccines and more

“The Minnesota State Fair needs every fair fan to do their part and most of all, do the right thing.” → Read More

MN State Fair won’t require vaccines or masks (mostly) – Twin Cities

The Minnesota State Fair announced on Wednesday that it will encourage — but not mandate — COVID-19 vaccines. Masks will also (mostly) not be required. → Read More

Author and family share perspectives in ‘Autism: A Family Lives Beyond the Label’ – Twin Cities

This collaborative book shares the thoughts, memories and perspectives on autism from Lindsey Morleand, her parents, her sister and her grandmother. → Read More

Summit Avenue garden preserved in Smithsonian archive

When Marge Hols — the former Pioneer Press gardening columnist — moved into her home on Summit Avenue in 1968, the yard was a blank canvas. She’s spent more than 50 years turning … → Read More

All Lakeville area schools and facilities closed Friday due to ‘active threat’ – Twin Cities

All Lakeville Area schools and facilities will be closed on Friday until further notice “due to an active threat” under investigation. → Read More

How to get kids ages 12-15 the Pfizer vaccine

The options include walk-in sites and online booking. → Read More

Will Minnesota designer be a cut above the rest in topiary competition series?

New episodes will launch each Wednesday on discovery+ beginning on May 12. → Read More

Minnesota poised to begin vaccinating youth ages 12 to 15 against COVID-19

Gov. Walz announced plans to begin vaccinating youth this week — once final federal guidance is received from the CDC. → Read More

Get your vintage childhood toys appraised at MOA and Roseville

Joel Magee — also known as “America’s Toy Scout” — is in the Twin Cities this week, offering on-the-spot cash payments for popular toys. → Read More

Pandemic pause prompts pedal with purpose

The plan: Riding bikes across the USA to inspire those who, like one of the cyclists, live with chronic conditions. → Read More