A year in the dairy farm life

A year in the dairy farm life

OAKLAND — At Miller Farms, something is going on every day. John Miller owns Miller Farms outside of Oakland. He works the farm with his ... Read more

Featured News

Therapist accused of sexually assaulting girl

MANKATO  — A clinical therapist at the Minnesota Sex Offender Program is accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting a girl and threatening to kill her if ... Read more

  1. Practice makes perfect
  2. A California mural
  3. Albert Lea man dies after I-90 crash
  4. Freeborn County’s census estimate down from 2010

Featured Opinion

Editorial: Road plan filled with potholes

While every Minnesotan can appreciate the desire and wanton need for the Republican Party to carry the mantra of no new taxes, when it comes ... View

Latest News

UnitedHealth to buy pharmacy benefits manager

The nation’s largest health insurer, UnitedHealth, will muscle up in its fight against rising specialty drug costs by spending more than $12 billion to buy ... Read more

Capitol building restoration to run $30M higher

By Tom Scheck, Minnesota Public Radio News The extensive renovation of the Minnesota Capitol is $30 million over budget, state officials revealed Friday. That number surprised ... Read more

Area woman brings some shine to the horse show arena

Area woman brings some shine to the horse show arena

By Shelly Zeller Local horse enthusiast Ashley Peterson is bringing more than just her passion for riding, showing and training to the arena. “I have ... Read more

Senate Democrats stress education, reserves

ST. PAUL — Minnesota Senate Democrats produced a two-year budget outline Friday that would commit $555 million more for education programs and sock $250 million ... Read more

  1. 3rd turkey farm hit by bird flu
  2. Albert Lea native serves aboard USS New Orleans
  3. Convictions
  4. Tribune announces 2014-15 All-Area boys’ basketball teams
  5. An organized life
  6. Last of the ice goes out on Fountain Lake
  7. Brothers plead not guilty to meth possession
  8. Lake Mills School Board chooses superintendent
  9. Tribal member’s story powers legislative push for religious objection to autopsies
  10. Police looking for children, mother
  11. Medicare info available
  12. Sons of Norway to meet
  13. Grants available to clean up lakes and rivers
  14. Salvation Army accepting applications
  15. Funds awarded to Freeborn Co.
  16. Next AAUW meeting planned
  17. Convictions
  18. 1 injured in crash on I-35, and other reports
  19. Former Winona diocese employee accused of theft
  20. Annual Scouting for Food event this weekend
  21. Minnesota Chamber calls for changes in tax climate
  22. Bolshoi Ballet to present classic ‘Romeo and Juliet’
  23. Albert Lea photographer to share ink stories
  24. Road closed from sinkhole, and other reports

Feature

From eyesore to eyecatching

From eyesore to eyecatching

2015 marks 75th anniversary of the completion of Fountain Lake Park By Cathy Hay, Albert Lea Tribune It’s hard to imagine Albert Lea without Fountain ... Read more


Sports

  1. Big Ten has 2 First Team All-Americans
  2. Wolves fall against Jazz
  3. Scoreboard: March 30

Cops, Courts & Fire

Therapist accused of sexually assaulting girl

MANKATO  — A clinical therapist at the Minnesota Sex Offender Program is accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting a girl and threatening to kill her if ... Read more

  1. Practice makes perfect
  2. Albert Lea man dies after I-90 crash
  3. Convictions

State & Regional

A year in the dairy farm life

A year in the dairy farm life

OAKLAND — At Miller Farms, something is going on every day. John Miller owns Miller Farms outside of Oakland. He works the farm with his ... Read more

  1. Therapist accused of sexually assaulting girl
  2. Practice makes perfect
  3. Capitol building restoration to run $30M higher

Special Section

Editorials

Editorial: Road plan filled with potholes

While every Minnesotan can appreciate the desire and wanton need for the Republican Party to carry the mantra of no new taxes, when it comes ... Read more

Columns & Opinions

Have you seen the impact of quiet leaders?

I always struggle with my column the Monday before Easter. What can I say about the ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Who would vote for a Republican?

Have you read the news lately? Rush Limbaugh and Ben Carson are worried Obama is going to change the 22nd Amendment to the Constitution that ... Read more

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