DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — An Iowa-based grocery chain says it's aware of reports that hacked customer account information is being sold online.
If there was ever an opportunity to participate in human bowling, meet the Le Sueur County Sheriff's Office K9 and learn about the various youth offerings in the Tri-City United School District, the 2019 United 4 Healthy Youth and Families event was it.
Expect more natural lighting, more flexible seating and more open spaces the next time you set foot inside Tri-City United Lonsdale Elementary.
Brittany Williams is no stranger to the Lonsdale Ambassador Program, having served as both a Junior and Miss Ambassador.
ST. PAUL — Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz on Wednesday announced that he will travel to Japan and South Korea next month in hopes of bolstering trade alliances there.
A new academic year begins for the Tri-City United School District Tuesday, Sept. 3, leaving students and teachers just a little bit more time to prepare for changes ahead.
A recent decision from the Minnesota Department of Corrections leaves the main Rice County Jail at risk of becoming a 90-day facility. The department argues that the change is necessary because of the dearth of recreational facilities and programming at the jail.
Almost a year after tornadoes ripped apart Roberds Lake homes, uprooted trees and hurled just about anything that wasn’t nailed down into the water, county officials are starting the cleanup process.
Le Sueur County Commissioners met with several cable providers July 16 to explore the possibility of installing fiber optic cable across the county to reach under-served rural areas. The internet service provider Bevcomm expressed interest in the project and the county commissioners voted to…
With the terms for Lonsdale mayor and two City Council members expiring at the end of this year, all three officials have filed for re-election and all are running unopposed.
Talk of a walking path/bike trail that connects the three Tri-City United communities continues, but now that the feasibility study is complete, the district wants residents from Lonsdale, Montgomery and Le Center to step up to the plate.
The 2019 Minneapolis Aquatennial came and went, but in the span of five days, 2018 Miss Lonsdale Grace Grant made the kind of memories that happen once in a lifetime.
Hy-Vee, Inc. is investigating what it's calling "a data incident involving its payment processing systems" at some of its fuel pumps, drive-thru coffee shops and restaurants.
It’s evident the new school year is just around the corner when Tri-City United Community Education and its advisory council host their annual United 4 Healthy Youth and Families event on the TCU High School outdoor football complex.
The Rice Soil and Water Conservation District selected Randy and Lori Stangle, of Lonsdale, as the 2019 Forest Stewardship Award winners for Rice County. The Stanglers accepted the award at the Rice County Best of the Best Awards at the Rice County Fair this past July.
Umbrellas brought a splash of color to Lonsdale’s Main Street as determined Community Days fans braved an afternoon rainfall just before the annual parade.
Every chair in Buckham West’s large meeting room was taken, leaving a few latecomers to mill around the exits as one speaker after another pointed to flaws in a proposed car club planned for 466 acres just off the interstate and a review of environmental impacts the completed development mig…
As the first high school soccer season at Tri-City United takes shape, Trcka Park in Lonsdale also needed to undergo improvements before the games begin in September.
Polite conversation was the norm for the most part, but it didn’t take long for “the elephant in the room” to appear: the Trump administration’s tariffs and trade war with China.
A new opportunity offered through Holy Cross Catholic School provides an added convenience to parents, especially those who head to work early in the morning.
Harold Wolle has grown corn and soybeans on his farm near St. James in southwest Minnesota since 1976. Lately, Wolle has been growing brome grass, too. But it’s not for sale.
When Jacob Skluzacek enrolled at Winona State University, he had planned on becoming a teacher. Somewhere around his sophomore year he had a change of heart and decided to double major in political science and public administration. And now he is Winnebago’s new city administrator.
As fewer and fewer days remain before school starts again, it’s the usual custom of Holy Cross families to gather outside the Catholic preschool through eighth-grade school for one last summer gathering.
A surprise decision from the state's Department of Corrections could put a major crimp in the Rice County budget come November. That's when it will consider the county's main jail a 90-day facility.
The site once expected to house an Elko New Market clinic will no longer be owned by Northfield Hospital & Clinics.
Montgomery Orchard is known for its ciders, specialty wines, apple picking and Be-A-Mazed corn maze, but owners Scott and Barb Wardell also have a series of winding bike paths on their property.
Authors Gordon W. and Nancy A. Fredrickson write books to illustrate the ongoing relevance of agriculture, and their target audience is young children.
While weather forecasters predicted rain to fall on Montgomery by noon on Sunday, July 28, the same time the Kolacky Days parade would start, for the most part the moisture stayed away, not arriving to after the kolacky eating contest, held in in Memorial Park later.
“Chiari” was not a word in Heather Nebel’s vocabulary a decade ago. But now that the neurological disorder has impacted her son, she’s made it her goal to share the definition with as many people as she can reach.
As health insurance costs continue to climb in the U.S., patients are sometimes left paying thousands of dollars out-of-pocket for needed care, posing a substantial financial burden that has left families across the country in difficult financial situations.
Longtime Faribault residents Sara and Marvin Schrader spread their generosity throughout multiple corners of the community, contributing to various causes as a couple and independently.
A dejected Beccah Risdall left the county government center Tuesday morning. After years of work, she was giving up on her dream.
Last year, the Lonsdale Chamber of Commerce reduced the historically three-day Community Days into one jam-packed Saturday.
Holy Cross students gain the sort of education that doesn’t involve textbooks over the summer months. Instead, preteens who just completed grades five through eight participate in a program that gives them first-hand volunteer experiences.
Due to the high volume of precipitation and rising water levels on our local lakes, rivers and streams, the Rice County sheriff in cooperation with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is enacting an Emergency Water Surface Use Restriction. This means that all watercraft shall use s…