Albert Lea basketball coach resigns

Albert Lea basketball coach resigns

Two years ago, Albert Lea’s Lucas Kreuscher was the Tribune’s All-Area boys’ basketball Coach of the Year. Kreuscher inherited a program that was 1-26 and ... Read more

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Editorial: Broadband is odd target for cuts

A grateful state House GOP majority was expected to exhibit special concern for Greater Minnesota this year. Ten of the 11 seats the Republicans wrested ... View

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Convictions

Jan. 30 David James Hockinson, 27, 24805 850th Ave. Oakland. Count 1: Driving after cancellation. Fees $280.   Feb. 1 Duane Jerrod McGee, 40, 41 ... Read more

USDA deadline approaching for farmers

By Hannah Dillon hannah.dillon@albertleatribune.com Farmers must certify their conservation compliance by June 1 in order to remain or become eligible for crop insurance premium support. ... Read more

Man arrested for DWI, and other reports

Man arrested for DWI Freeborn County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested Jose Gerardo Lopez Jr., 34, for fourth-degree driving while intoxicated after receiving a careless driving ... Read more

17-year-old accused of murdering Minnesota woman

MINNEAPOLIS — Authorities have issued a warrant for a 17-year-old boy they believe fatally shot a Minneapolis woman. The Hennepin County Attorney’s office has filed ... Read more

Memorial service for young boy draws hundreds

CRYSTAL — Several hundred people gathered near the Mississippi River in Crystal to remember 10-year-old Barway Collins. He’s the boy whose body was found in ... Read more

  1. Center will host safe food workshop
  2. Parkinson’s support group to meet
  3. Local chiropractor offers acupuncture services to treat a variety of pain
  4. Lawmaker wants to restrict access to birth certificate data
  5. Snakes in the grass
  6. Lawmakers, education experts at odds with Dayton’s pre-K proposals
  7. Avian flu mystery has turkey farmers on edge
  8. Rep. Bennett enjoys learning, meeting constituents
  9. Students speak at Rotary
  10. Rotary donates to food shelf
  11. Halverson holds a concert
  12. Elevator in Wells demolished
  13. Riverland releases open enrollment dates for CPR/AED and first aid classes
  14. MNSCU seeks to ease transfer process
  15. 10 arrested in A.L. undercover sex crime sting
  16. Albert Lea bowler inducted into bowling hall of fame
  17. S. Broadway determined safer as three-lane
  18. Minnesota Senate defeats bid to open Sunday liquor sales
  19. House votes to legalize silencers, approves other gun bills
  20. Construction on I-90 from Wells to Alden to begin in May
  21. Convictions
  22. Lawsuit filed by man stopped from sharing beliefs
  23. Prosecutor: Deputy with Lou Gehrig’s disease planned to kill
  24. Food shelves receive donations

Feature

Between Friends boutique to hold style show celebrating spring

Between Friends boutique to hold style show celebrating spring

Spring fashions are blooming with bold colors, floral prints, dresses in any length and pants in any width according to Becky Johnson, owner of the ... Read more


Sports

Bulldogs take silver

Bulldogs take silver

The Lake Mills boys’ and girls’ golf teams both took second place out of three teams Monday at Rice Lake Golf & Country Club. The box ... Read more

  1. Albert Lea basketball coach resigns
  2. Glenville-Emmons dominated by Mabel-Canton
  3. Scoreboard: April 20

Cops, Courts & Fire

Convictions

Jan. 30 David James Hockinson, 27, 24805 850th Ave. Oakland. Count 1: Driving after cancellation. Fees $280.   Feb. 1 Duane Jerrod McGee, 40, 41 ... Read more

  1. Man arrested for DWI, and other reports
  2. 17-year-old accused of murdering Minnesota woman
  3. Memorial service for young boy draws hundreds
  1. Businesses to reach out to potential employees, students during job fair inside Northbridge Mall
  2. Beneath dispute over budget, a tussle over regulatory power
  3. WCDA awards $820K in spring grant round

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Editorial: Broadband is odd target for cuts

A grateful state House GOP majority was expected to exhibit special concern for Greater Minnesota this year. Ten of the 11 seats the Republicans wrested ... Read more

Columns & Opinions

Try something new; you just might like it

Do you remember your parents telling you to eat your vegetables? They might have said, “You ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Public invited to WIC open house

Freeborn County WIC (Women, Infants and Children) is celebrating the 40th anniversary of WIC! One of our country’s most important public health programs, WIC serves ... Read more

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