Across the United States, cities and local police departments will take part in National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
A Faribault woman was struck and killed by a vehicle after allegedly walking onto Interstate 35 near Burnsville early Thursday morning, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
(Editor’s note: This is part one of a two-part series following a visit to the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Faribault. See Saturday’s edition of the Daily News for a profile of the prison’s new warden, Kathy Halvorson.)
A new requirement for farmers to provide plant buffers around water has bubbled up to be a top rural issue in the Minnesota Capitol, and not necessarily politically partisan.
Just one week after a majority of Faribault city councilors expressed support for a downtown housing development moratorium, many chose to reverse their decision.
Five of the Faribault-area’s top performers will be up at Hamline Friday night for the Elite Meet, competing among the state’s best.
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To the editor:
Logan Keilen, of Medford, and a member of Medford Boy Scout Troop 350, recently completed a six-week community service project for his advancement to Eagle Scout.