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Judge: Ariz. sheriff's office profiles Latinos, victimizes citizens
Video: All-female honor guard salutes WWII WAAC veteran from New London
Area cities hopeful for flood mitigation funds
Zoning amendment would increase garage door height for RV storage
279 run Robbins way , 14th race has record field
Prep softball: Just another family outing
Prep softball: Holdingford takes out Paynesville
Prep softball: ACGC eliminated from 5A-West
Prep track roundup: Cards’ Jackson 2nd in 200
Paddle Theatre takes audience on newly-chartered waters in Granite Falls, Minn.
Willmar artist Fred Cogelow named Woodcarver of the Year
Community artists provide support and venue for New London-Spicer, Minn., art students
New London, Minn., potter wins internationally
Paddle Theatre will take its audience on a river ride (video)
Council member Ahmann fails to sway votes on Willmar Council for policy to address business closings
Bids awarded for $2.1 million renovation of Rice Hospital medical imaging department
Renville, Minn., sugar co-op reports improving water quality compliance
Counties gain financial aid and get tax break with new legislation
Schmoll to step down as executive director of Safe Avenues in Willmar, Minn.
Plan to enjoy your child's graduation party
Schoer — Henkel
Tulibaski — Holwerda
Polzin — Peters
Johnson — Lu
Stanley G. Gatewood
LaVern "Bud" Lloyd Johnson Sr.
Linnea Hagman Sept. 21, 1917 - May 24, 2013
Audrey M. Nordquist
Karen Ann (Schennum) Rovente
Editorial: Report on city shows problems, challenges
Editorial: Be safe on this Memorial Weekend
Editorial: Wow is the word for new Viking stadium plan
Editorial: Good luck and safe fishing this weekend
Letter: Tribune editorial on Ahmann was naive
Survey: Low-wage workers missing out on training
WASHINGTON (AP) -- As they struggle to get ahead, many low-wage workers are not taking advantage of job training or educational programs that could help them make the leap to...
news / nation
Thu, Mar 21, 2013 - 8:00am
Survey: Low-wage workers gloomy about future
WASHINGTON (AP) -- America's lower-income workers have posted the biggest job gains since the deep 2007-09 recession - but few are bragging. By JENNIFER AGIESTA and TOM RAUM Associated Press...
news / nation
Wed, Mar 20, 2013 - 8:00am
Letter: Nothing learned since 9/11
In response to Chad Ridler (Public Forum, Jan. 23), I said 80 percent of the world's poinsettias were grown in Africa, and then shipped to Holland. The United States is...
opinion / letters
Wed, Feb 01, 2012 - 12:00am
Rice settles with three employee unions
WILLMAR -- Contracts were settled this week with three of Rice Memorial Hospital's employee unions, giving workers a 3.5 percent pay increase this year and a 2.5 percent increase next...
news / local
Sat, Mar 21, 2009 - 12:00am