Ron Adams has worked as a photographer for the West Central Tribune since 1994 - he also shoots video for the Tribune webpage. Ron is a local artist who draws and paints realistic portraits and scenes. He loves music of all types but especially rock and blues.
- Member for
- 5 months 3 weeks
Temple Grandin speaks as the keynote speaker Wednesday on the topic of "The World Needs all Kinds of Minds" during the animal science conference held at the MinnWest campus in Willmar, Minnesota.
A permanent historic site marker is dedicated Wednesday on the location of the Acton Battlefield near Litchfield where a battle between U.S. soldiers and the Dakota Indians took place in 1862 during the U.S. - Dakota Conflict.
Over twenty vintage tractors take part in a plowing event Saturday on a field north of Olivia. The West Central Antique Power Collectors sponsored the antique plowing bee.
A public outdoor prayer service of hope and healing is held Sunday at the historic Ness Church near Litchfield, Minnesota.
Scenes from the Kandiyohi County Fair which took place in Willmar, Minnesota on August 8th through the 11th.
Poultry judging is held Wednesday during opening day at the Kandiyohi County Fair held in Willmar, Minnesota.
Members of the Kandiyohi County 4-H groups meet Sunday to make pies to be sold during the Kandiyohi County Fair which will take place in Willmar, Minnesota this week.
The many friends and family of members of the Frank Lake Covenant Church in rural Murdock, Minnesota gather Sunday for a farewell service to the church building which has been sold and is being moved to a different location
If you are oblivious to who the progressive rock band Pink Floyd is, you probably know very little about 1970s rock and roll. The1973 album "Dark Side of the Moon" by this British experimental, psychedelic band remained in the charts for 741 weeks from 1973 to 1988, longer than any other album in history. Pink Floyd has been known for their atmospheric soundscapes which combine rock with jazz fusion and blues guitar. On Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30 p.m.
The Willmar Farmer's Market holds their weekly sale of local produce on Saturdays at their new location in the YMCA parking lot.