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Duo tours local prisons

Manitou Messenger - 20 min ago
Nursing homes, hospitals and churches are popular locations for St. Olaf students to share their musical talent off the Hill, but two Oles are adding an unexpected and underserved location to that lis
Categories: Colleges

How To Disappear Completely

Manitou Messenger - 20 min 1 sec ago
The members of Radiohead are masters of the unconventional album release. In 2007, for In Rainbows, they were the first major act to utilize the pay-what-you-want download model that has since been ad
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Lyric Theater’s muscial revue recieves positive reviews

Manitou Messenger - 20 min 1 sec ago
diences with their production of the opera Der Vampyr.  Luckily for everyone who left that show wanting more, Lyric Theater is back at it again with their 2016 spring show, Light.  This year’s product
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Myswyken production of Middletown muses on life and death

Manitou Messenger - 20 min 1 sec ago
In the shadow of a town’s insecurities, an awkward but honest quest for human affection and affirmation is laced through with humor and wonder at the stars. Ian Sutherland ’18 directed 10 student acto
Categories: Colleges

Senior art majors to end year with double-show

Manitou Messenger - 20 min 1 sec ago
On Sunday, May 8, senior art majors will have their final pieces on display throughout Dittman Center during “Lasting Legacy” and “The Senior Art Show.”  There are more featured artists than ever bef
Categories: Colleges

Rice County Attorney John Fossum column on drug sentencing

KYMN Radio - 2 hours 7 min ago

The Future of Drug Sentencing in Minnesota. By, John L. Fossum, Rice County Attorney One of the bills passed by the legislature last month, and signed by the Governor, was a significant change in the way drug crimes will be prosecuted and sentenced starting in August. The bill came about because of changes suggested by the […]

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Today’s news update – Schmelzer attorney looking “hard” at appeal; Two airlifted after a reported throttle malfunction sends a motorcycle into the Millersburg Schoolhouse Museum; Council postpones decision on crosswalk

KYMN Radio - 5 hours 10 min ago

Schmelzer attorney looking “hard” at appeal After listening to testimony from 3 Northfield Chamber of Commerce Board members, Rice County judge John Cajacob dismissed the case brought forward by former Executive Director Mary Schmelzer.  The Northfield News reports the decision took place after the Chambers attorney, William Celebreze, made the motion Friday morning saying there […]

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15 with the Author | ‘She Stays’ by Erica Staab-Absher 6/27/16

KYMN Radio - 5 hours 56 min ago

On today’s 15 with the Author, Teri Knight talks with Erica Staab-Absher, Executive Director of Hope Center in Faribault, about her new book, “She Stays”.   After her friend was killed, Erica wanted to help answer the question, “why did she stay”.  In her interview she talks about the complexity of the issue including love, fear […]

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Keith Nohava and Will Howard are Making a Difference

Northfield Healthy Community Initiative (HCI) recently recognized Keith Nohava and Will Howard, custodians at Greenvale Park Elementary School, with the June 2016 “Making a Difference” Award.

The award is given out monthly to community members or organizations that help to make Northfield an even better place for young people.

Keith and Will were already working incredibly hard as elementary school custodians, yet since the start of the Greenvale Park Community School in the fall of 2014, their jobs have taken on a new meaning.

“The new community school model has definitely increased the workload of the custodians, and even changed their entire routine,” said Laura Berdahl, Greenvale Park Community School co-coordinator.

Keith and Will have been endlessly flexible while they work around afterschool programming, along with a steady stream of families and students on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

“Will’s work is frequently interrupted in the evenings while he tends to plenty of unplanned mishaps and questions,” said Berdahl. “He switches his direction with an easy-going style, and is always willing to step forward to assist anyone who needs it.”

Additionally, each year when the first grade classrooms begin teaching their science units, Will comes in to the school during the day to share his butterfly and rock collections.

“Keith is a patient, steady presence during the day and you’ll often find him chatting with a student while he does his work,” said Berdahl. “He puts the needs of the students first, and puts his own convenience last.”

Greenvale Park staff and students are fortunate to have Keith and Will maintaining their building; a big part of the success of the Community School can be attributed to the hard work of these two employees.

The Northfield Healthy Community Initiative and the Northfield News present the Making a Difference Award cooperatively. If you know an individual or group that you would like to nominate for this award, visit www.northfieldhci.org for nomination guidelines and the easy-to-complete application, or find HCI on Facebook. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis and are selected by a review team of HCI board members and local youth.

By Cheryl Strike, Northfield Healthy Community Initiative

Categories: Organizations

June 24 through June 26 Rice County public safety report

Northfield News - 8 hours 35 min ago
For the full log of police calls, visit faribault.com/news/local or northfieldnews.com/news/local. You can also check out the Rice County Interactive Crime Map at faribault.com or northfieldnews.com.
Categories: Local News

RCSO: Two airlifted following Saturday motorcycle accident

Northfield News - 9 hours 3 min ago
A throttle malfunction is to blame for a crash that resulted in two Prior Lake residents being airlifted to a metro hospital after their motorcycle hit the Millersburg Schoolhouse Museum.
Categories: Local News

Fine Tune #327 … 26 June 2016

KYMN Radio - Sun, 06/26/2016 - 7:15pm

Host Wendy Nordquist hosts an eclectic hour of acoustic, Americana, jazz, old-time, roots and world music every Sunday evening from 6-7 p.m. Fine Tune 06-26-16 #327 Montana / Peter Ostroushko Home / Bonnie Raitt Marc Cohn / Life Goes On See the Changes / Crosby, Stills & Nash If I Laugh / Cat Stevens Will […]

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Sunday - June 26 Game Cancelled

Dundas Dukes Amateur Baseball Club - Sun, 06/26/2016 - 1:19pm

The Sunday June 26th game vs Lake City has been cancelled due to Lake City not having enough players.

Categories: Organizations

Summer Reader's REWARD Ice Cream Social

City of Northfield Calendar - Sat, 06/25/2016 - 5:40pm
Event date: June 30, 2016
Event Time: 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
Location:
Northfield, MN 55057
Description:
Especially for summer reading program participants who have completed at least 5 BINGOS and/or have read for 2 hours! Bring your reading record to the meeting room for verification and a special bracelet. The ice cream cones and toppings will be outside on the new Division St. Patio. (An alternative non-lactose sherbet will be available)

GALLERY: Celebrate Dundas

Northfield News - Sat, 06/25/2016 - 4:51pm
Celebrate Dundas took place Saturday with a number of events for people to take part in or just take in.
Categories: Local News

Save The Northfield Depot group uncovers National Geodetic Survey marker on building

Northfield News - Fri, 06/24/2016 - 4:20pm
"We had no idea what it was."
Categories: Local News

Brand Yourself Featured In New Business Minnesota

Brand Yourself Consulting - Tami Enfield - Fri, 06/24/2016 - 2:17pm

In case you hadn’t heard, Brand Yourself’s Founder & CEO, Tami Enfield, was recently featured in a local publication, New Business Minnesota.

New Business Minnesota is a unique publication designed to help providers of essential business services reach small business owners who are starting new ventures in the Twin Cities. Each year they reach approximately 21,000 new and small business owners – more than 190,000 since 2007!

In the magazine, Brand Yourself offered tips and tricks to building your brand using social media. If you want to learn more, read the full story here or contact us today.

 

 

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Categories: Businesses

Northfield Chamber, Schmelzer case dismissed in ‘highly unusual’ decision

Northfield News - Fri, 06/24/2016 - 1:36pm
Rice County Judge John Cajacob on Friday dismissed the case between the Northfield Chamber of Commerce and its former director Mary Schmelzer after taking an hour to mull over the motion made by the Chamber’s attorney.
Categories: Local News

St. Olaf names chief marketing officer

St. Olaf College - Fri, 06/24/2016 - 11:46am

St. Olaf College Vice President for Enrollment and College Relations Michael Kyle ’85 has announced the appointment of Katie Warren ’95 as its first chief marketing officer.

Warren, who is currently president and director of strategy at the Minneapolis-based marketing services agency Gabriel deGroodBendt (GdB), will begin at St. Olaf July 5.

Warren has spent the past 16 years leading brand strategy, innovation, and marketing communications plans in both the advertising and retail industries.

Prior to joining GdB, she was vice president of brand marketing at SuperValu, where she led banner brand marketing and advertising, private brands marketing, health and wellness marketing, and strategic planning. She also worked at Campbell-Mithun and Br&nd Innovators, assisting clients like Coca-Cola, General Mills, and Land O’Lakes.

“Katie is strategic, accomplished, and down-to-earth,” Kyle says. “The experience she brings will drive stronger integration across campus, enabling the group she leads to provide effective, authentic, and compelling communications.”

This new role at the college is intended to strategically elevate the role of marketing in the college’s communications plan to increase awareness and visibility of the college and support the college’s strategic plan.

“St. Olaf has long had a place in my heart and I’m thrilled with the opportunity to leverage my skills and experience to take the St. Olaf brand to the next level,” Warren says.

Warren holds a bachelor’s degree from St. Olaf, where she majored in English, and a master of marketing communications certificate from the University of St. Thomas.

Categories: Colleges

Eckhart and Zawacki partner for co-exhibition of work at Northfield Senior Center gallery

Northfield News - Fri, 06/24/2016 - 11:42am
For wood carver Dick Zawacki, the biggest compliment he has received on his work has come from an unlikely place.
Categories: Local News

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