U.S. Congressman Tim Walz has a track record of commitment to the National Guard and to the men and women from Minnesota who serve in the armed forces.
OWATONNA — Most seventh-graders aren’t consistently leading their varsity teams, let alone setting school records and earning state berths.
Economic development was the buzzword of the evening during the City Council candidate forum hosted by the Northfield-Cannon Falls League of Women Voters on Thursday night.
Zumbrota’s State Theatre will host the very first screenings of the full length feature film “His Neighbor Phil” beginning Oct. 25 and ending Nov. 2. The movie was filmed entirely on location in Zumbrota earlier this year.
In what’s becoming a fall tradition, the Waseca boys and girls cross country teams qualified for the state meet again.
St. Peter senior Abby Borgmeier and junior Cody Vacek had strong finishes in the Section 2A cross country meet Thursday to qualify for the state meet for the second time.
In an effort to improve winter road conditions, the Minnesota Department of Transportation is looking for farmers to leave rows of standing corn throughout the winter to minimize blowing snow.
When you walk into a library, there’s a certain feeling that should run through you, according to Le Sueur Librarian Dianne Pinney.
Joblessness in Rice County dropped to its lowest rate in eight years down to 3.9 percent in September, according to figures released Tuesday by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.
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BLOOMING PRAIRIE — Hundreds of people filled First Lutheran Church in Blooming Prairie Tuesday afternoon.