2014 News The Area's Most Trusted News Source
  • Arlington

    The 3rd annual Arlidazzle Parade takes place this Saturday evening in the City of Arlington. There are numerous events taking place throughout the community that day as well. The parade gets underway at 5:30pm on …

    Keep Reading >>

    01 Dec 11
  • StJames

    The 2011 St. James Winter Carnival gets underway on Friday. Winter Carnival events on Friday include free holiday fire truck rides, free photos with Santa Claus, the Holiday Village Walk, and more. Saturday’s events include …

    Keep Reading >>

    01 Dec 11
  • EmployeeTheft

    The former city receptionist for the City of Waseca has pleaded guilty to stealing public funds. In exchange for the guilty plea on the gross misdemeanor theft count, charges of felony embezzlement and gross misdemeanor …

    Keep Reading >>

    01 Dec 11
  • ChrisTillman1

    The attorney for a Golden Valley man accused of murdering a Henderson woman this past summer plans to challenge statements his client made following his arrest for the crime. 19-year-old Christopher Tillman is accused of …

    Keep Reading >>

    01 Dec 11
  • RoadClosed

    While the weather remains relatively mild in southern Minnesota, the Minnesota State Patrol temporarily closed Interstate 94 in northwestern Minnesota Wednesday morning after at least four semis slid on the icy road and blocked traffic. …

    Keep Reading >>

    01 Dec 11
  • Vote

    A Special Election was held in Watonwan County on Tuesday to fill a vacant county board seat, and the race came down to a difference of only 5 votes. The First District Watonwan County Board …

    Keep Reading >>

    30 Nov 11
  • Dollars

    The latest state economic forecast will be released Thursday, and reports say Minnesota could face a budget deficit of between half-a-billion to a billion dollars. Earlier this year, the battle over the budget closed down …

    Keep Reading >>

    30 Nov 11
  • PowerLine1

    A Minnesota energy cooperative recently spent $437 million to build a coal-burning power plant in North Dakota. Now it plans to shut it down. Great River Energy says a combination of factors caused it to …

    Keep Reading >>

    30 Nov 11