For some, it’s about the community togetherness. For others, it’s about supporting those who have battled breast cancer in the past and those who continue to fight the battle. For business owners in particular, it’s about promoting their services and products.
Rory Anderson remembers going trick-or-treating at the “key houses” on Halloween when he was growing up.
Mayor Tim Rud paid a visit to Lonsdale fourth-graders earlier this month in conjunction with their social studies unit on government roles.
Jeremy Olson has a skill that has come in handy multiple times during his last few years as a school superintendent — bus driving.
The Le Sueur-Henderson/Tri-City United volleyball match went in the Giants’ favor Oct. 15 at Le Sueur. The Giants came out on top 3-0, earning the team the No. 2 seed in the Section 2A South Subsection, while the Titans were placed at No. 4 following the recent loss.
ST. PAUL — A state senator, representative and the governor walked out of a 30-minute meeting on Friday, Oct. 18, with an agreement to move forward in merging legislation aimed at providing free insulin to Minnesotans who can’t afford it.
Question: I have a rather random, but seasonally appropriate question: with harvest season upon us and with slow moving fa…
Confound it! Cotton-picking signs! Consarn it!
Tri-City United K-8 School has earned state recognition! We have been named a “2019 Sustained Exemplar Model PBIS School!
Is a padiddle a car winking at other cars?
Fall harvest season is underway in Minnesota, and motorists are likely to see large farm equipment on Minnesota roads as crops are transported to markets, grain elevators and processing plants.