5 things to catch – Post Bulletin

1. Investigators continue to work

Two unsolved cases — the 1990 disappearance of Donna Ingersoll of Wabasha and the 2020 murder of longtime Rochester attorney Jeff Mintz in St. Paul — are the subject of two separate stories in Tuesday’s edition. Investigators continue to search for answers in both cases.

If Donna Lee Ingersoll, who disappeared in 1990 in Wabasha, is found dead, she will be buried in Saint Clement Catholic Cemetery in Hammond next to her parents. A cold case team has been formed to intensify the search.

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2. Shindig List

What is there to do in Southeast Minnesota? Plenty: Check out Tuesday’s weekly recap of some of the best things on the calendar, from an Americana concert to a cave visit, and more.

3. Hoop Dreams

The national women’s basketball tournaments wrapped up on Saturday, but hoops fans have little time to rest. Boys’ state tournaments begin Tuesday in the Twin Cities. Hayfield is looking to repeat as the Class A champion and Caledonia return to the AA Tournament.

Hayfield, Goodhue Division 1A Men's Basketball Championship
Hayfield reacts after winning a Division 1A Championship men’s basketball game against Goodhue on Thursday, March 17, 2022 at the Mayo Civic Center in Rochester, Minnesota. Hayfield beat Goodhue 53-42.

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4. Nice on the ice

PB will name its annual All-Area Boys hockey team this week. The player of the year and team will be announced on Monday and will appear in Tuesday’s print edition.

5. March madness continues

In addition to the high school basketball state tournaments this week, the NCAA men’s and women’s tournaments continue. In a week, we’ll find out who’s heading to the Final Four, the women’s version of which will be played at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

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