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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
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
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
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
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
The members of the Library Board show us their favorite books.Front rowJon Denison, Bill North, Audrey Battiste, Cynthia Terry, Pat Stenglein, Teresa JensenBack rowAmy Goerwitz, Sarah Weeks, Ryan Redetzke, Dan Riehle-Merrill, Liz Reppe.
Looking for a few good neighbors to protect water quality in the Cannon River Watershed Freshwater Society’s Master Water Stewards program is now taking applications. The first MWS courses begin on October 11, 2016 and runs through April 25, 2017. To learn more, citizens can visit masterwaterstewards.org or attend an upcoming information session at […]
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With his first official school year as Northfield superintendent approaching, Matt Hillmann gave a sort of state of the district address at Monday's School Board meeting.
Today’s news update – Northfield Council contemplates 3% preliminary levy; Dundas Council Opts Out of temporary dwellings and dinosaur dilemma dealt with; Hillman highlights School “highs” and a couple of “lows”
Northfield Council contemplates 3% preliminary levy The Northfield Council discussed the budget for 2017 last night. Mayor Graham’s goal was to go through each department to look at where they are this year and what they’re asking for for next year and to discuss both the Capital Improvement and Capital Equipment Plans. They didn’t get […]
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David and Kevin Estrem, brothers who grew up on their family’s dairy farm in Minnesota, now grow corn and soybeans there, managing 5,400 acres over 45 farms. The Estrem family meets at “Grandpa and Grandma’s house” over their traditional morning coffee every day to discuss their game plan, and then they turn to modern Microsoft […]
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Jeff Johnson talks with Police Chief Monte Nelson about issues affecting Northfield residents. Topics include River levels, with yet again, more rain last night in Northfield and in Owatonna… DUI enforcement wave, the “Exposer” and more. Click below to listen to the full interview: nelson082416
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Below are selected incidents from the media reports for Aug. 23:
Issued within 18 days of each other, Northfield area musicians Sam Dwyer and Diana Montero have both released respective efforts — Dwyer’s debut EP, “Rainy Day” and Montero’s debut LP, “The Running Age” both were made available as digital downloads…
Jeff Johnson speaks with Mayor Dana Graham after last nights Northfield Council work session on the budget and levy. Listen to the full interview… Click below to listen to the full interview: graham061516
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Beyond the open mic is intended to open dialogue about the process and the processors in City Hall; Elected Officials, City Staff, citizen and others. Your hosts are Donovan McGee and Victor Summa. Opinions expressed are solely those of the hosts and not necessarily those of KYMN. To contact Victor or Don you can email […]
With the new buffer rules came a set of questions for landowners who must work to become compliant.
A couple of weeks ago I sent Bill Moyers a copy of my book, We All Do Better and he actually read it and sent me a brief email saying he liked it very much and would like to promote it on his website. After a few back and forth emails and exchanges with my publisher today he published a blog piece on his website under the title you see above. The blog piece contains some excerpts from my book and offers it as an example of what the states might do to address the ravages of inequality. Here’s the link if you would like to read it: It is time to begin rebuilding our middle class economy
You can get a copy of my book by using this link: We All Do Better
I hope it inspires you to get involved in rebuilding our middle class economy.
– David Bly
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Listen Fridays at 9:00am (replayed on Saturday at 9:00am) to Paula Granquist on ArtZany! – Radio for the Imagination Today in the ArtZany! Radio studio Paula Granquist welcomes cellist David Carter, Professor of Music at St. Olaf, from the Northfield Bridge Chamber Music Festival and singer, teacher, volunteer Bonnie Jean Flom from the Northfield Arts […]
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The Northfield City Council started out its discussion on the 2017 citywide tax levy at a 3 percent increase.
After seeing a somewhat surprising surge in contemporary class enrollment, the Northfield School District made the decision Monday night to spend about $78,000 and add a fourth class section to the Sibley Elementary fifth grade.