Geneva resident aims to bring more people to the market

Geneva resident aims to bring more people to the market

A lifelong resident of Freeborn County is starting up his second year at the Albert Lea Farmers Market. Read more

Featured News

Council gives nod to street project

The Albert Lea City Council on Tuesday voted to move forward with the reconstruction of a portion of Virginia Place and Fifth Street. Read more

  1. Weekend Planner: Russian ballet coming to Marion Ross arts center
  2. St. Ted’s students incorporate walk with fun
  3. Bernie Sanders to visit Kensett
  4. Local nail salons are seeing success

Featured Opinion

Duggar situation is ‘extremely hypocritical’

Usually, I don’t pay much attention to celebrity gossip. I’ll read the headlines of the tabloids at work, laugh and that’ll be the extent of ... View

Latest News

Halverson Elementary to host meal program

Albert Lea Schools will be hosting a summer meals program again this summer at Halverson Elementary School, 707 10th St. in Albert Lea. Breakfast will ... Read more

Mississippi River Trail project nearly done

ST. PAUL — The final phase of a three-year project installing signs to mark the 800-mile Mississippi River Trail in Minnesota is expected to be ... Read more

Program to aid those with chronic conditions

“Living Well with Chronic Conditions,” a Stanford chronic disease self-management program, is planning a six-week series to teach participants practical skills for better living. The ... Read more

Port authority to meet

The Albert Lea Port Authority will hold its regular meeting at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Albert Lea Business Development Center, 2610 Y.H. Hanson Ave. ... Read more

Genealogical group to host DAR speakers

The Daughters of the American Revolution is a service organization for direct female descendants of Revolutionary soldiers or others of the Revolutionary period who aided ... Read more

  1. Mayo Clinic welcomes new psychiatrist
  2. Man arrested after chase, and other reports
  3. DNR working on fishing app
  4. Authorities bust drug ring
  5. Hartland’s Village Inn Cafe has new owner
  6. Former FIFA member Chuck Blazer pleads guilty
  7. Despite flood control projects, Houston remains vulnerable to floods
  8. Jeb Bush was director, adviser for 15 entities since 2007
  9. Watershed projects on hold with Legislature
  10. Council approves opening of bond sale
  11. After Dayton vetoes, state leaders start search for way out
  12. Bird flu returns to Minnesota with 6 newly infected farms
  13. Court dispositions
  14. For-sale signs go up at archdiocese buildings
  15. 2 inmates sue state over hepatitis C treatment
  16. Minn. man gets 10 years in prison for Ponzi scheme
  17. A.L. Civic Music plans scholarship recital
  18. Man arrested for cocaine, and other reports
  19. Bybee awarded certificate of appreciation
  20. Students get scholarships
  21. Business sees growth in information technology industry
  22. Video: Finding the light
  23. Seeking help: Organizations, others encourage affected to not be afraid
  24. MNsure struggles to sign up small businesses

Feature

Arlene Dahl’s journey to Hollywood

Arlene Dahl’s journey to Hollywood

Generally regarded as one of the classic beauties to grace the big screen throughout the ’40s and ’50s, Arlene Dahl’s career extended beyond the reach ... Read more


Sports

Twins sweep Red Sox, win 5th straight game

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — One week into the season, things looked bleak for the Minnesota Twins. Read more

  1. Peterson to play for Vikings or not at all this season
  2. Blackhawks force Game 7 in West
  3. Tigers hold off Titans

Cops, Courts & Fire

Man arrested after chase, and other reports

Man arrested after chase Albert Lea police arrested Weston William Zuehl, 32, after leading police on a chase at 2:25 a.m. today near the intersection ... Read more

  1. Authorities bust drug ring
  2. Court dispositions
  3. 2 inmates sue state over hepatitis C treatment

State & Regional

Mississippi River Trail project nearly done

ST. PAUL — The final phase of a three-year project installing signs to mark the 800-mile Mississippi River Trail in Minnesota is expected to be ... Read more

  1. DNR working on fishing app
  2. Authorities bust drug ring
  3. Former FIFA member Chuck Blazer pleads guilty

Special Section

Editorials

Editorial: Trio of area baseball teams still in the hunt

While the spring softball season ended for area teams, the Tribune’s coverage area features three baseball squads still in the hunt for a section title ... Read more

Columns & Opinions

Why I chose to live in a rural community

It’s undeniable that our rural towns are different than they were even one generation ago. Read more

Letters to the Editor

There’s not enough education funding

A $2 billion surplus. Peggy Bennett and the rest of the House GOP propose less than 1 percent funding for public education. That’s not even ... Read more

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