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Willmar City Council delays vacancy decision
Buffer law will change the rural landscape
Small-town retailer shines
Kandiyohi County fair features Dr. Bloodborne’s Laboratory
Kandiyohi County restricts E-cigarette use at fair
MLB: Price delivers as advertised in Blue Jays debut
NBA: Adidas bids $200 million deal for Harden sponsorship
NFL Notebook: Ex-Jag Sanders suspended 10 games
The Insider: Timberwolves sign Miller
NFL: Vikings’ Exum excels at confidence game
Grove City man hopes to find success in tough rap business
New London, Minn., to celebrate 150 years by remembering and enjoying its past
Through sewing, two people learn the gift of mentorship
Ahrenholz — Hellinga
Beseman — Palmer
McGuiggan — Wotzka
A fresh take on soup & salad
"Wayne" Richard Railson
Ruth E. Mossberg
Raymond John Golden
Philip L. Thissen
Letter: Take responsibility, Obama
Letter: The end of the American experiment
Editorial: Trump’s mouth will be his own undoing
Editorial: Thanks, Councilman Dokken, for your service
Editorial: Willmar District makes iPads successful
January 15, 2011
Editorial: Christianson proposal is simply bad public policy
City Councilman Ron Christianson's suggestion Monday that the city of Willmar cease publishing public notices in its official newspaper and replace them with other methods was ill-advised for open government purposes but also is not legal under Minnesota law. Once again, Christianson...
opinion / editorials / business
January 15, 2011 - 9:55am
November 22, 2010
Tribune's Wednesday edition is largest of the year
WILLMAR -- The Wednesday edition of the West Central Tribune will be landing on readers' doorsteps with a heftier thump than usual. Retailer...
News / local
November 22, 2010 - 12:00am
November 1, 2010
Norwegian candidate: Byberg's accent is heard around the world
WILLMAR -- Voters in Minnesota's 7th Congressional District aren't the only people who have noticed Republican candidate Lee Byberg's Norwegian...
News / local / region
November 1, 2010 - 12:00am
April 26, 2010
Letter: Recycle the ad fliers
It amazes me every Saturday when the paper comes with a dozen fliers printed on glossy paper. We are supposed to be recycling. Why don't retailers print their ads on recyclable paper? This weekend I spotted ads selling fabric shopping bags so we don't have to use plastic. It doesn't...
opinion / letters
April 26, 2010 - 12:00am
June 30, 2009
Publication finds niche among area's immigrants and English-speaking readers
For the Somali community here, a lack of news in Somali and limited knowledge of English means many can feel cut off and isolated, said Faysal...
News / local
June 30, 2009 - 12:00am
January 7, 2009
Newspaper carrier's extra steps make all the difference for one lucky Olivia man
OLIVIA -- Newspaper carrier Elizabeth Price isn't satisfied with tossing the daily news from her car and makes it a point to walk each paper to the door. That made all the difference on Tuesday morning, when Price discovered an unconscious man lying with his head on the bottom step...
January 7, 2009 - 12:00am
December 24, 2008
Letter: Yes, there's a good old Santa Claus
Some children as well as the Christmas hum-bugs among us question whether there is a real Santa Claus. A little girl in New York City asked that very question 111 years ago in New York City. Now we know this same question arises in some children in west central Minnesota every year....
December 24, 2008 - 12:00am
October 25, 2008
Letter: Tribune ought to be ashamed
A public thank you to Renee Getz for taking the Tribune to task (Public Forum, Oct. 17) for its disgusting detailed reporting on criminal sexual behavior. The report would have been complete without the gory details that appeared in print. The idea of reporting too much goes beyond...
October 25, 2008 - 12:00am
September 6, 2008
After just three years as paper, Atwater's Sunfish Gazette falls victim to economy, ceases publication
ATWATER -- Three years after taking a bold step to start its own community newspaper, the town of Atwater saw its last newspaper edition published this week. "Sad. Very sad," is how Atwater City Clerk Goldie Smith described the demise of Atwater's Sunfish Gazette. Where else can...
News / local
September 6, 2008 - 12:00am