On Aug. 4, humans and animals alike in the Faribault community will be celebrating the 80th annual Pet Parade, a long-standing tradition organized by the city’s Parks and Recreation Department.
A college in Faribault and an engineering company in Northfield are combining forces to develop an innovative work-education program.
In a brief hearing Tuesday, Judge Joseph Chase granted John LaDue’s request to end his probation, closing a case that drew national attention to this small southern Minnesota town.
While the race for the most prominent seat in the country takes most of America’s attention this summer and fall, the little races, like those of the school boards in Northfield and Faribault, should not be forgotten.
(UPDATE July 25: The following story has been updated to include additional information from the July 25 council meeting.)
Local law enforcement recently concluded another Toward Zero Deaths speed enforcement wave resulting in a flurry of citations and warnings in Rice County.
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