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Randolph educator named Outstanding Ag Teacher of the Year

Randolph agriculture teacher Edward Terry has been a teacher for nearly 50 years. Read more

How opioids, meth have forced Minnesota counties to rethink foster care

In 2015, the Minnesota Legislature passed laws to strengthen the state’s foster care system, emphasizing intervention and prevention effort… Read more

Popular stargazing class returns to River Bend

WCCO radio personality Mike Lynch returns to Faribault’s River Bend Nature Center to teach his popular stargazing class. Read more

Commissioners postpone environmental review decision on proposed car club

With hundreds of comments to wade through, Rice County officials asked for and got the board of commissioners to approve a 30-day extension… Read more

Walz says Japan can't pick up US-China trade war slack

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Gov. Tim Walz said Friday that his just-concluded six-day trade trip to Japan and South Korea was productive but als… Read more


No. 6 Mayer Lutheran pulls away at WEM

Waterville-Elysian-Morristown dominated the first quarter. Mayer Lutheran dominated the rest. Read more

BA puts together complete effort to down Fillmore Central

The Bethlehem Academy Cardinals doubled up the Fillmore Central Falcons both in score and yardage in a commanding first win of the season. Read more

Byron seizes 2nd half from Faribault

Growing pains can be a real thing. Read more


Today in History - Sept. 14

Today is Saturday, Sept. 14, the 257th day of 2019. There are 108 days left in the year. Read more

City plan water main flushing Sept. 22-25

Water mains in Faribault will be flushed the week of Sept. 22-25, on four separate nights, weather pending. Read more

SCC marks Constitution Day with dialogue on Census

Tuesday is Constitution Day, and South Central College (SCC) is marking the occasion on each of its campuses with a civic discussion on a c… Read more


Laser treatment effective for glaucoma

Nothing, not Hurricane Dorian, torrential rain, or even an early fall cold spell, gets in the way of Bertha’s monthly bridge game. She has … Read more

Stem cell therapy - Legitimate or scam? New Google policy fights back

My most recent health news article discussed stem cell therapy and concerns of scams targeting patients seeking relief. The following was r… Read more

Children sleeping on floors served as motivation to start local nonprofit

It was the children who moved Jenessa Fillipi’s heart — especially those she’d met in her work as a school counselor who’d been sleeping on… Read more


Duane R. Gallea

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Carol Jean Zick

Carol Jean Zick 1940–2019 Sun City—Carol Jean Zick, 78 of Sun City, AZ formerly of Faribault, MN passed away peacefully at Grace Living Car… Read more

Walter T. Sobrak

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