Golfers compete at in Mrs. Gerry’s Junior Tournament

Golfers compete at in Mrs. Gerry’s Junior Tournament

Wedgewood Cove Golf Club hosted the Mrs. Gerry’s Junior Golf Tournament on July 22. Boys competed in three divisions and girls had two divisions. Read more

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Minnesota economy is on right track, but more to do

Contrary to any doom and gloom you may have read from folks recently, Minnesota is doing well, especially compared to our neighbors. Unemployment is now ... View

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Residential sprinkler mandate takes effect in January

MINNEAPOLIS — A new state requirement for the home building industry was published this week in Minnesota. It means a sprinkler system is required for ... Read more

Class of ’94 plans reunion

The Albert Lea High School class of 1994 will have its 20-year reunion Aug. 16 at Green Lea Golfcourse. Golfing will begin at noon, followed ... Read more

No verdict, no mistrial yet in Ventura case

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Suit filed ahead of home care workers vote

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General Mills joins climate action coalition

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Eric Paslay brings ‘Friday Night’ on a Tuesday night

Eric Paslay brings ‘Friday Night’ on a Tuesday night

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Sports

Golfers compete at in Mrs. Gerry’s Junior Tournament

Golfers compete at in Mrs. Gerry’s Junior Tournament

Wedgewood Cove Golf Club hosted the Mrs. Gerry’s Junior Golf Tournament on July 22. Boys competed in three divisions and girls had two divisions. Read more

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Cops, Courts & Fire

Deputy explains complaint

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State & Regional

Residential sprinkler mandate takes effect in January

MINNEAPOLIS — A new state requirement for the home building industry was published this week in Minnesota. It means a sprinkler system is required for ... Read more

  1. No verdict, no mistrial yet in Ventura case
  2. Suit filed ahead of home care workers vote
  3. General Mills joins climate action coalition

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