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Zach Stadler has spent the past few years traveling to tropical locales to capture the beauty found there.
Dan Barker isn't farming to make money these days.
The Rice County Board of Commissioners agreed to a couple changes to the county’s septic loan program, allowing higher maximum loans and ensuring those utilizing the loans own the properties.
Here are the court dispositions for April 10.
Below are selected incidents from the media reports for April 10:
Seeing an opportune time to upgrade technology for staff, the Northfield School Board unanimously approved a four-year lease on MacBook laptops at its meeting Monday.
Here are the court dispositions for April 7-9.
Below are selected incidents from the media reports for April 7-9:
Plenty remains to do as Minnesota Legislature takes a break
Community members flocked to Northfield Ice Arena Saturday to check out the 2017 Northfield Home and Garden Show.
The Minnesota Legislature passed all of its spending legislation in the last couple of weeks, the earliest in memory, but lawmakers just reached the starting line in writing a two-year budget.
NPR counter-terrorism correspondent argues crime trumps religious motivations at Carleton College convocation
National Public Radio counter-terrorism correspondent Dina Temple-Raston used her coverage to present a Carleton College convocation Friday on how the role of crime trumps religion in terror attacks.
Arcadia Charter School and Shattuck-St. Mary’s School wrapped up a co-teaching initiative last week that had students explore research topics together.
A Northfield native and his former instructor have delved into the world of art theft, and their research has revealed some alarming facts.
As work on the project hits a decade, a means to complete the Rice County Veterans Memorial appears to be on the horizon.
Below are selected incidents from the media reports for April 6:
(UPDATE 3:30 p.m. Friday: This story has been updated with additional information after a second press release issued by the Rice County Sheriff's Office indicated the ban is only in effect until 7 a.m. Saturday, due to improved weather conditions.)
Each year, the Drug-Free Communities National Evaluation Team selects 10 coalitions from the nation’s 700 to learn about each local fight against drug use. On Monday, the team arrived in Rice County.
The city of Dundas approved building permit applications for a trio of businesses this week.
A benefactor has taken interest in Northfield as of late.