Youth for Christ’s The Rock brings two interns to Albert Lea

Youth for Christ’s The Rock brings two interns to Albert Lea

For the last 15 years, Youth For Christ’s The Rock in Albert Lea has been putting the intern in international. Youth For Christ United States has ... Read more

Featured News

Institute expansion on schedule, to wrap up by 2016

The Hormel Institute’s expansion project is on schedule and ready to wrap up construction at the end of the year. Workers put up outside walls Wednesday ... Read more

  1. Bird flu found in Minnesota turkey flock
  2. House approves new teacher layoff provision
  3. Adult Basic Education offers English teaching, GED testing
  4. Governor seeks talks with Target CEO on layoffs

Featured Opinion

Editorial: Target’s pain before gain

A recent Star Tribune story on new Target Corp. CEO Brian Cornell described the first outsider to take the company’s helm as a more externally ... View

Latest News

‘Hee Haw’ show will be this weekend

The “Hee Haw” tribute show will be at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Marion Ross Performing Arts Center. The show will have music and skits ... Read more

Klobuchar staff coming to Albert Lea on statewide tour

Staff from U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s office will stop in Albert Lea next week as part of a statewide tour to reach out to the ... Read more

Walters man stays positive despite diagnosis

As terrifying as the diagnosis of cancer can be, the Huston family of Walters continues to defeat the illness by staying positive and learning that ... Read more

Weekend Planner: Lutefisk and meatball dinner slated in Northwood

Northwood Special Events will be serving its 12th annual lutefisk and meatball dinner at 4:30 and 6 p.m. on Saturday at the Northwood United Methodist ... Read more

  1. Nursing home takes new treatment approach
  2. City receives Alliant rebate
  3. Rotary welcomes new member
  4. Wisconsin man pleads guilty to north Iowa meth conspiracy
  5. Chamber congratulates bistro
  6. Reading across Albert Lea
  7. Tattoo questions answered
  8. Vendors say GOP hasn’t paid thousands in campaign bills
  9. Tax breaks for seniors, veterans advance in House
  10. ‘A taste of spring’ is on track for this weekend
  11. Lawmakers want crowdfunding service for Minnesota entrepreneurs
  12. Trail closed after lone wolf begins following snowmobilers in Voyageurs National Park
  13. Schools to dismiss early
  14. States try to reboot income tax reciprocity
  15. Austin council can’t pass e-cigarette ban on 1st try
  16. Board approves 2 calendars
  17. Area woman inspired by former Albert Lea High School agriculture teacher
  18. Many what-ifs fill project list for Dayton roads plan
  19. Reward offered in burning puppy case
  20. Como Zoo in St. Paul has new baby gorilla
  21. Fewer gun permits issued in 2014 as overall number rises
  22. Construction worker killed at Rochester hotel site
  23. Blood donations dropping along with temperatures
  24. Convictions

Feature

‘If they remember ‘Hee Haw,’ this is it.’

‘If they remember ‘Hee Haw,’ this is it.’

The “Hee Haw” television show to tumble into Albert Lea Read more


Sports

Rebels fall in subsection semifinals

Headed into halftime, the United South Central girls’ basketball team cut a 10-point deficit to three points. However, No. 7 Mankato Loyola responded with five ... Read more

  1. Panthers eliminated by Buccaneers
  2. Hunter’s hit lifts Twins over Red Sox
  3. Minnesota women take down Purdue

Cops, Courts & Fire

Wisconsin man pleads guilty to north Iowa meth conspiracy

MASON CITY, Iowa  — Officials say a 26-year-old Wisconsin man has pleaded guilty to his role in a north Iowa drug conspiracy. A U.S. attorney’s ... Read more

  1. Reward offered in burning puppy case
  2. Construction worker killed at Rochester hotel site
  3. Convictions

State & Regional

Bird flu found in Minnesota turkey flock

MINNEAPOLIS — A strain of bird flu that’s deadly to poultry has been found in a Minnesota commercial turkey flock but the risk to humans ... Read more

  1. House approves new teacher layoff provision
  2. Governor seeks talks with Target CEO on layoffs
  3. Klobuchar staff coming to Albert Lea on statewide tour

Special Section

Editorials

Editorial: Target’s pain before gain

A recent Star Tribune story on new Target Corp. CEO Brian Cornell described the first outsider to take the company’s helm as a more externally ... Read more

Columns & Opinions

Company shows how local foods matter

Recently Target Corp. announced the expansion of its Made to Matter program, an initiative that highlights ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Reduce size of Minn. Legislature

Yes, we have to cut the size of our legislature. With 134 representatives and 67 senators, we have the largest legislature in the United States ... Read more

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