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Featured News

Stultz promoted to managing editor

The Albert Lea Tribune has promoted Assistant Editor Sarah Stultz to the position of managing editor, effective Wednesday. Stultz, 30, has worked at the Tribune ... Read more

  1. Officer shooting raises local security questions
  2. Albert Lea to start reserve police program
  3. Dayton wants big chunk of $1B surplus for education
  4. Hormel touts record-breaking year at meeting

Featured Opinion

Editorial: Best wishes to the Bricksons

The Albert Lea community lost two strong leaders this week with the departure of Albert Lea Salvation Army Capts. Jim and Lee Brickson. The community ... View

Latest News

1 arrested for DWI and other reports

1 arrested for DWI Albert Lea police arrested Savannah Marie Gonzalez-Carlson, 20, for third-degree driving under the influence and open bottle violations after a traffic ... Read more

Family medicine doctor to retire

After 28 years of providing care to patients in the Albert Lea area, Edward Shaman, M.D., in family medicine is retiring Saturday. Shaman served on ... Read more

Permanent deer stands in question

ST. PAUL — Permanent deer hunting stands could be banned on state and county forest land.  The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has proposed tightening ... Read more

Marshawn Lynch at Media Day: ‘I’m here so I don’t get fined’

PHOENIX — Marshawn Lynch smiled politely, waved at the crowd and answered every question the same. “I’m here so I don’t get fined,” the Seattle ... Read more

  1. Wilson recalls watching Brady win
  2. Albert Lea High School honor rolls
  3. Big Freeze medallion hunt: Day 3
  4. Knights are joined by pastor and former MMA fighter
  5. $17M flood aid package moves on to governor
  6. Engineer study tabled for South Broadway
  7. Research ongoing into balanced calendar proposal for Austin Public School District
  8. Dayton unveils tax hikes to tackle roads backlog
  9. Police: 13-year-old boy fatally shot while playing ‘cops and robbers’
  10. Scholarship awarded
  11. Officers shot at city building OK, gunman dead
  12. Crime victims center moves
  13. Sibley students to perform theater
  14. Nurses’ club to offer scholarships
  15. Auxiliary scholarships available
  16. F.R.O.G. to throw Valentine’s party
  17. Big Freeze medallion hunt: Day 2
  18. Concerns aired about taxes
  19. Guard will not go to Liberia
  20. Dayton faces different budget pressure
  21. Speaker to address living, working with diversity
  22. Super Bowl host city still reeling over sports deals as big game arrives this week
  23. Guns, money stolen and other reports
  24. Mother of man accused of killing officer apologizes

Feature

Freeborn County Arts Initiative to paint walls with words of love

Freeborn County Arts Initiative to paint walls with words of love

If you’re feeling smitten, grateful, inspired or any kind of love deeply, then the Freeborn County Arts Initiative wants to hear from you. Specifically, they ... Read more


Sports

Marshawn Lynch at Media Day: ‘I’m here so I don’t get fined’

PHOENIX — Marshawn Lynch smiled politely, waved at the crowd and answered every question the same. “I’m here so I don’t get fined,” the Seattle ... Read more

  1. Wilson recalls watching Brady win
  2. Coyle lifts Wild past Oilers
  3. Lake Mills girls fall short against No. 6 Osage

Cops, Courts & Fire

Officer shooting raises local security questions

A Monday night shooting outside the City Council chambers in New Hope has area officials assessing local security measures at City Hall. The key is finding ... Read more

  1. Albert Lea to start reserve police program
  2. 1 arrested for DWI and other reports
  3. Police: 13-year-old boy fatally shot while playing ‘cops and robbers’

State & Regional

Dayton wants big chunk of $1B surplus for education

ST. PAUL — Education makes up the biggest chunk of Gov. Mark Dayton’s plan for how to spend a projected $1 billion surplus in the ... Read more

  1. Permanent deer stands in question
  2. Marshawn Lynch at Media Day: ‘I’m here so I don’t get fined’
  3. Wilson recalls watching Brady win

Special Section

Editorials

Editorial: Best wishes to the Bricksons

The Albert Lea community lost two strong leaders this week with the departure of Albert Lea Salvation Army Capts. Jim and Lee Brickson. The community ... Read more

Columns & Opinions

Recalling tree-climbing exploits of my youth

“Unclimb that tree!” That’s what my friend’s older sister yelled at us. She was trying to hijack our ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Join in helping take care of lakes

Does your family value the lakes in our community and want to see improvements made? The Lakes Foundation is the go-to organization in motivating the ... Read more

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