Featured News
  • GiveMN

    The 7th annual Give to the Max Day raised more than $18.6 million dollars Thursday, a bit short of the record. Contributions through midnight Thursday were counted toward the 24-hour on-line nonprofit give-a-thon. Last year …

    Keep Reading >>

    13 Nov 15
  • Fraud

    A Sleepy Eye woman has been charged with welfare fraud. Twenty-two-year-old Alyssa Lechuga was living with the father of her children, but reported he had been absent. According to the criminal complaint, Lechuga wrongfully received …

    Keep Reading >>

    12 Nov 15
  • drone

    City Administrator Liza Donabauer says the city of Arlington has adopted a resolution to protect the privacy and safety of the residents of Arlington. The city council voted unanimously to adopt a resolution to restrict …

    Keep Reading >>

    12 Nov 15
  • Larry Fiero

    A rural Litchfield man has been charged with indecent exposure. A neighbor called law enforcement on October 4th to complain that 58-year-old Larry Fiero was washing his pickup naked. According to a criminal complaint, a …

    Keep Reading >>

    12 Nov 15
  • hunting accident

    The Meeker County Commissioner who was accidentally shot during firearms deer hunting opener is at home recovering. Fifty-eight-year-old Dale Fenrich was hunting on private property Sunday afternoon on County Road 1 west of Litchfield when …

    Keep Reading >>

    12 Nov 15
  • south central college sign

    South Central College is participating in the Veterans Education Transfer System, a web-based tool the enables current and former service members to find programs that award academic credit for military learning experiences. VETS was established …

    Keep Reading >>

    12 Nov 15
  • sentencing

    A Granite Falls man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for the March murder of his girlfriend. Fifty-four-year-old Chad Laraby was sentenced Tuesday in Yellow Medicine County District Court to a sentence that …

    Keep Reading >>

    11 Nov 15
  • Highway 14 sign

    While the Minnesota Legislature does not reconvene until March 8th, lawmakers are not sitting still. Because the legislative session is going to be brief, they are trying to put their agendas together before March so …

    Keep Reading >>

    11 Nov 15