Schultz to Paffrath to Christensen leads to a state championship play for the ages for NLS
The Wildcats of New London-Spicer won their second state football title in school history Saturday afternoon at US Bank Stadium after downing D-G-F 27-26 on Saturday, December 3, 2022, in Minneapolis.
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A 10-degree difference is the same difference, no matter where it is on the temperature scale.
The Toys for Tots campaign in Kandiyohi, McLeod and western Stearns counties is marking its 10th anniversary this year, while the national program, run by the Marine Corps Reserve, is marking 75 years of providing holiday cheer for children. In the region, it is shaping up to be a big year with coordinator Steve Gralish hoping to provide four to five toys per child.
Willmar City Councilor Rick Fagerlie's criticism of Parks and Rec director creates uncomfortable situation
While discussing a new position for the Willmar Parks and Recreation Department, other councilors and city staff were noticeably uncomfortable with Willmar City Councilor Rick Fagerlie's line of questioning and criticism of the department's director, Rob Baumgarn.
Willmar Municipal Utilities General Manager John Harren presented to the Willmar City Council the need to increase rates to finance construction of a new water treatment plant, as well as what actions were taken to minimize the rate increase.
Without comment but on a unanimous vote, Prinsburg City Council members in a special meeting Friday denied a proposed ordinance that would have allowed residents to bring civil lawsuits against abortion providers.
Eighteen miles northwest of Bemidji, in the backwoods of Buzzle Township, is Pinewood — once an operative logging camp filled with lumberjacks and early settlers. Throughout its history, this once lively community has become a place of unsolved mysteries, two bank robberies, a bizarre train derailment and multiple wildfires.
They're scheduled to begin Monday at 9 a.m. in Cook, Itasca and St. Louis counties, on Tuesday in Koochiching County, and on Wednesday morning in Lake County.
COVID-19 cases in west central Minnesota slightly higher in weekly state update, hospitalization up statewide
COVID-19 hospitalizations increased by more than 50 people in the most recent Minnesota Department of Health weekly update. The state had a daily average of about 750 new confirmed cases and seven deaths in the latest update.