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Duo tours local prisons

Manitou Messenger - 40 min 44 sec 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 - 40 min 44 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
Categories: Colleges

Lyric Theater’s muscial revue recieves positive reviews

Manitou Messenger - 40 min 44 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
Categories: Colleges

Myswyken production of Middletown muses on life and death

Manitou Messenger - 40 min 44 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 - 40 min 44 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

Beyond the Open Mic 8/23/16

KYMN Radio - 1 hour 58 min ago

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 […]

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Buffer Field Day addresses questions of implementation

Northfield News - 2 hours 23 min ago
With the new buffer rules came a set of questions for landowners who must work to become compliant.
Categories: Local News

“It Is Time to Begin the Process of Rebuilding Our Middle-Class Economy”

David Bly, We All Do Better - 2 hours 27 min ago

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

Related posts:

  1. Priorities for Rebuilding Our Middle Class Society
  2. The Middle Class Amendment
  3. On Rebuilding Equalizing Institutions
Categories: Government Officials

ArtZany!-Radio for the Imagination | Bridge Chamber Music Festival 08/19/2016

KYMN Radio - 3 hours 31 min ago

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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Northfield adds additional section for Sibley Elementary fifth grade

Northfield News - 5 hours 40 min ago
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.
Categories: Local News

Faribault, Northfield talk school psychologist shortage as position grows in importance

Northfield News - 7 hours 13 min ago
As the school year came to a close early this summer, Faribault School Psychologist David Olson, who had notified the district of his impending retirement, realized he wasn't going to be retiring.
Categories: Local News

Rice County public safety reports for Aug. 22

Northfield News - 7 hours 48 min ago
Below are selected incidents from the media reports for Aug. 22:
Categories: Local News

Labor Day the library is closed

City of Northfield Calendar - 8 hours 3 min ago
Event date: September 5, 2016
Event Time: 09:00 AM - 08:00 PM
Location:
Northfield, MN 55057

Today’s news update – Morristown woman pleads guilty; Cannon Valley Special Ed Coop to start it’s first year; Kruggel heads to LeSueur; Local man on AGT tonight!

KYMN Radio - 8 hours 30 min ago

Morristown woman pleads guilty  A Morristown woman pled guilty yesterday to Financial Exploitation of a Vulnerable Adult.  Northfield police were called to Three Links Care Center in September of last year on report of a resident’s Power of Attorney not paying the bills.  53 year old Loretta Anne Fossum was accused of bilking an elderly Northfield […]

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Dept. of Health & 3M’s PFC/PFOA contamination

Carol Overland - Legalectric - 9 hours 28 min ago

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3M has gotten away with poisoning the water of Minnesota, and the Dept. of Health has taken some protective and/or remedial measures, but it’s not nearly enough.  Isn’t it a wake-up call that we need a “Drinking Water Health Advisory” in this Land of 10,000 Lakes? Minnesota’s “Pollution Control Agency” has not been proactive on this, and we’ve known about 3M’s contamination for how long?  This is why we need the EPA!  The EPA is leading the charge, and Minnesota’s Department of Health (MDH), as above, has “responded” to the EPA Advisories.

80 Washington County homes will get bottled water as state reviews new pollution rules

In part:

Eighty households in Washington County will get bottled water and state-funded filtration systems because their drinking water exceeds a new federal safety standard for industrial chemicals that have long contaminated groundwater in the area.

In addition, state regulators will sample 400 to 500 wells within the area of contamination in coming months and issue additional drinking water advisories as needed.

The Dept. of Health page:

MDH Response to EPA Health Advisory for PFOS and PFOA

From the EPA’s page:

Basic Information Technical Information Provisional Health Advisories and Draft Health Effects Documents Technical documents Peer Review

 

Categories: Citizens

‘Morning Show’ with Jeff Johnson | Dundas City Adm John McCarthy 8/23/16

KYMN Radio - 10 hours 40 min ago

Jeff Johnson speaks with John McCarthy after last nights Dundas City Council Meeting, they discuss the agenda and other topics. Listen to the full interview…. mccarthy082316

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‘Morning Show’ with Jeff Johnson | Northfield Superintendent Dr. Matt Hillmann 8/23/16

KYMN Radio - 12 hours 10 min ago

Dr. Hillmann talks with Jeff Johnson about topics from last nights School Board Meeting. Listen to the full interview…. hillman082316  

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IRIS to host memorial water lantern release Saturday

Northfield News - 12 hours 49 min ago
The water will be glowing Saturday, as Infants Remembered In Silence will host its annual memorial water lantern release in Faribault.
Categories: Local News

Community News: Local man juggles his way to America’s Got Talent

KYMN Radio - Mon, 08/22/2016 - 2:53pm

Jonathon Wee was raised in Northfield and started performing juggling from age 14.  Now, for the 2nd time, he and his juggling partner will be performing live on America’s Got Talent Tuesday, August 23rd.  The show starts at 7pm central time.  This is the show where the audience gets to vote..  The Passing Zone was on […]

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David Narvaez

Benson & Langehough Recent Obituaries - Mon, 08/22/2016 - 2:29pm

David Merton Narváez, age 29, died on Friday, August 19, 2016, when struck by a vehicle in Washington D.C.

David was born September 17, 1986, in Northfield, MN. He grew up in Northfield and San José, Costa Rica. He graduated from Northfield High School (2005) and went on to graduate from St. Olaf College with a B.A. in Economics and Spanish (2009). After working at U.S. Bank in Minneapolis he moved to Washington D.C. where he completed an M.A. degree in Economics from The Johns Hopkins University (2015). He remained working in the Washington D.C. area, and had just passed the Chartered Financial Analyst Level III exam on August 9, 2016.

David was a loyal, selfless, caring son, brother, grandson, uncle, and friend to many. His volunteer work included Habitat for Humanity, service trips to Mexico (twice) and Mississippi, and the Polar Bear Plunge for the Special Olympics. In addition to his many academic successes, he was an accomplished athlete with a passion for tennis and soccer. David loved to travel throughout the United States and internationally. He will be missed by the many people who knew him.

David is survived by his mother and father, Nancy Paddleford and Leon Narváez (Northfield, MN); his maternal grandmother, Laurie Paddleford (Lombard, IL); his brother and sister-in-law, Benjamin Narváez and Martha Schultz (Minneapolis, MN); his sister and brother-in-law, Cristina Narváez and Christian Conesa (Lighthouse Point, FL); his two nieces, Margaux and Verónica Narváez (Minneapolis); and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.

He is preceded in death by grandparents, Ricardo and Maxine Narváez and Merton Paddleford.

Family, friends, and others whose lives David touched are invited to a memorial service at 11 a.m. on Saturday, August 27, 2016 at the United Methodist Church of Northfield, MN located at 1401 Maple Street. The evening before, Friday August 26, 2016, there will be a wake between 4 and 7 p.m. at the same United Methodist Church. A visiting hour with the family will occur at the church on Saturday one hour prior to the service. A reception will follow.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of David may be made to the Rice County, MN chapter of Habitat for Humanity, 204 W. 7th St., Northfield, MN 55057 or www.habitatricecounty.org.

Arrangements are with the Benson & Langehough Funeral Home. www.northfieldfuneral.com

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Categories: Obituaries

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