Performers from clowns to lions put on show at fairgrounds

Performers from clowns to lions put on show at fairgrounds

Cooler weather and higher winds didn’t stop families from coming out for the circus Wednesday night, and it certainly didn’t stop them from enjoying it. ... Read more

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Over 60 places had frozen pipes

Water pipes at more than 60 homes or businesses froze this year in what has been described as an abnormally long and cold winter. City ... Read more

  1. Weekend Planner: Comedy opera, anyone?
  2. Senate OKs job aid for women
  3. Republicans cry foul over tax-cut letter naming Dayton
  4. Hormel Institute ready to bid out expansion; to start in May

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Family angry after fatal crash defendant released

MINNEAPOLIS — Relatives reacted in anger after a Hennepin County judge released without bail a man accused of driving drunk and killing two young people. ... Read more

DWI arrest, grass fire and other reports

Man arrested after crash Albert Lea police arrested Donald Arnold Brandt, 49, for leaving the scene of an accident after receiving a report at 1:20 ... Read more

Fines sought over grain-dust hazards in Montana after violations

BILLINGS, Mont. — A Minnesota-based agriculture company was fined $211,000 by federal safety regulators who said Wednesday it had repeatedly failed to ensure workers weren’t ... Read more

Survey estimates reduction in Michigan Upper Peninsula wolf population

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — The estimated number of gray wolves in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula has declined for the second consecutive year, but the change isn’t ... Read more

Mayo Clinic administrator wins award

AUSTIN — Steve Waldhoff, chief administrative officer at Mayo Clinic Health System in Albert Lea and Austin, has been awarded a Senior Healthcare Executive Regents ... Read more

  1. Kids Creativity Day at Northbridge Mall
  2. Cleanup kids
  3. Indoor golf center opens in Lake Mills
  4. Paddleboat tours to feature new crossing from Minnesota to Wisconsin
  5. Little Falls homeowner describes 2 teens shot as ‘vermin,’ not human in recording
  6. School requests audit of Mankato football coach’s firing
  7. Supreme Court reverses sex offender’s commitment
  8. Fountain Lake Park work is last part of the reconstruction of downtown Albert Lea
  9. How to handle e-lotto flap now?
  10. Branson duo returning to Albert Lea
  11. Alden-Conger student does well at college-level state competition
  12. Parties use law aimed at bullies to fire up voters
  13. MnDOT updates 511 traveler information features
  14. USDA awards $6 million in funding for climate change study
  15. Dayton says he can’t impose 2-year frack sand moratorium
  16. California man held in Las Vegas on human traffic charge
  17. Albert Lea Farmers Market will open its 34th year this May
  18. Tootsie Roll fundraiser this weekend
  19. Autopsy shows Wisconsin woman drowned
  20. Live wax museum
  21. Editorial: USC needs new policy on weapons | 1 comment
  22. Officials find body of missing student
  23. Iowa man gets 70 years in Minn. woman’s death
  24. Senate to vote on added job protections for women

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From Albert Lea to Nashville: Albert Lea native reaches number one on Christian and country music charts, writes his own music

From Albert Lea to Nashville: Albert Lea native reaches number one on Christian and country music charts, writes his own music

It’s taken 18 years, but Albert Lea native Jim Anthony has hit No. 1. Anthony, née Jim Komoszewski, is a singer and songwriter. His newest ... Read more


Sports

  1. Albert Lea youth girls’ hoopsters earn awards
  2. Carlie Wagner to play in All-Star game
  3. Tigers finish 3rd at Winona

Cops, Courts & Fire

Family angry after fatal crash defendant released

MINNEAPOLIS — Relatives reacted in anger after a Hennepin County judge released without bail a man accused of driving drunk and killing two young people. ... Read more

  1. Senate OKs job aid for women
  2. DWI arrest, grass fire and other reports
  3. Fines sought over grain-dust hazards in Montana after violations

State & Regional

Family angry after fatal crash defendant released

MINNEAPOLIS — Relatives reacted in anger after a Hennepin County judge released without bail a man accused of driving drunk and killing two young people. ... Read more

  1. Senate OKs job aid for women
  2. Republicans cry foul over tax-cut letter naming Dayton
  3. Fines sought over grain-dust hazards in Montana after violations

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Editorial: Police tactics with college riot were intelligent

We would like to commend the police officers and commanders who reacted to the two sports riots last week at the University of Minnesota in ... Read more

Columns & Opinions

Happiness is key factor in college selection

A while back, I wrote a column about embracing the cold weather. I also talked about ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Walk to help find cure for arthritis

Arthritis is at epidemic proportions in our nation. More than 50 million adults and 300,000 children have doctor-diagnosed arthritis and more than 900,000 of them ... Read more

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