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Much has happened since Madeline Wilson ’16 and fellow activists first donned their gray shirts and launched their web site My College Is Protecting Rapists. Wilson filed a complaint with the Office o
The sketch show INBLACK has become something of a cultural land- mark here at St. Olaf. The night tickets go on sale, the line to buy them starts in front of the cafeteria and stretches to the Buntroc
Deep End APO, the student-run theater production company on campus, has two more shows this season, and despite being very different in subject matter, they have something big in common: they will bot
Misswicken. Miss Wiccan. Myswyken. It’s a weird name. We know it’s a weird name. It works out because we’re weird people. Our rehearsals often feature the dulcet tones of bagpipes. Sometimes we sw
On Saturday, April 24, Oles donned their heels and suits for the annual President’s Ball. Held in the Black and Gold ballrooms, students began arriv- ing at 8 p.m. ready to dance and enjoy themselves
The Carleton College women’s tennis team defeated crosstown foe St. Olaf College, 6-2, on Thursday during the semifinal round of the MIAC Playoffs. Sophomore Danielle Vasiliev and senior Grace Davis posted victories in both singles and doubles. With the team result, the Knights advance to the finals of the conference tournament for the fifth time since 2011.
The Cannon River Drug and Violent Offender Task Force, along with assistance from area law enforcement, executed two narcotic-related search warrants in Northfield on Thursday.
Northfield Construction is completing a large project with Three Links, a senior living residence facility. Our work is taking place on an 84-unit apartment building for seniors and low-income individuals. We are remodeling 8 of the 85 units in the building to meet the UFAS handicap requirements with new bathrooms, kitchens, and living spaces. Put […]
Recently receiving approval from the Dundas City Council, the Dundas sports dome complex is slated to open on Nov. 1, 2016, with construction beginning in June.
MIKALA NORD NAMES HOSPITALITY PERSON OF THE YEAR BY NORTHFIELD CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU NORTHFIELD, MN (May 5, 2016) – The Northfield Convention &Visitor’s Bureau recognized Mikala Nord of the Country Inn & Suites as their 2016 Hospitality Person of the Year during the Hospitality Luncheon held at the Northfield Golf Course on May 4, 2015. The award is the […]
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Carleton College senior infielder Jordan Zoellmer was voted to the Academic All-District VI team on Thursday. He is seventh Knights baseball player to receive this award over the last nine years and the third to do so in as many seasons.
First National Bank of Northfield will close its downtown drive-up facility on July 29.
Today’s news update – Hotel project takes another step forward; First Nat’l Bank to close downtown mobile banking; Reppe looks to turn Armory into a “commercial condo”
Hotel project takes another step forward The Northfield Council voted 6 to 1 in favor of directing City Staff to develop a business subsidy agreement with Rebound Enterprises for the development of an 80 unit Fairfield Inn at The Crossings at Hwy 3 and 2nd street. Mayor Graham told KYMN that, “the bottom line, I […]
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ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Carleton College women’s track and field team closed out its regular outdoor season at the Tommie Twilight meet in St. Paul, notching more than a few impressive performances.
By: Minnesota State Senator Kevin Dahle Senate Supplemental Budget Invests in Minnesota’s Future Last week, the $489 million Senate supplemental budget bill passed off the Senate floor after a thorough review process in committees. The Senate budget makes smart investments to the state’s two-year budget passed last year, with much of the new spending designated […]
Jeff Johnson speaks with local Attorney, Jonathon Reppe, on his business plans for The Armory. He intends on making it a “common interest community”, a “commercial condo” divided into 3 parts which will include Imminent Brewing. Click below to listen to the full interview: reppe050516
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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.
Northfield prohibits riding bicycles (skateboards and rollerblades) on downtown sidewalks. This ordinance makes sense on Division Street – a busy, pedestrian street with pretty narrow sidewalks populated with street furniture, sidewalk dining, signs, trees, and trash/recycling containers and the people using … Continue reading →
Carleton College’s Ruth Steinke and Amelia Campbell are making the most of their senior years. Following fantastic performances at the prestigious Drake Relays, the duo was tabbed the MIAC Women's Outdoor Track and Field Athletes-of-the-Week.
Carleton College distance runner Hart Hornor has had some outstanding performances throughout his senior season, but his most recent run may have been his best. Hornor ran to victory in the 10,000-meter run at the prestigious Drake Relays, with a school-record time that is one of the best in MIAC history, and among the best in the nation this season. For his performance, Hornor was honored Wednesday with the MIAC Men's Outdoor Track Athlete-of-the-Week award.