PHOTOS: Miracle on 34th Street at the Barn Theatre
Moments from a dress rehearsal of Miracle on 34th Street at the Barn Theatre on Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022.
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Single-digit temperatures couldn't deter the masses from voluntarily jumping into a frozen lake Saturday in the name of fundraising for Special Olympics at the annual Spicer WinterFest.
West central Minnesota residents woke to a winter wonderland outside Tuesday morning as blue skies and a layer of hoarfrost coated the countryside.
As part of the annual Spicer WinterFest activities, snowmobile enthusiasts gathered on the ice at Green Lake Saturday for a full day of racing action.
The Litchfield High School girls basketball program played host to Minnesaska on Saturday, January 21, 2023.
Benson welcomed United and Fergus Falls to Benson High School on the evening of Friday, Jan. 20, 2023, for a triangular wrestling meet.
Local Christian organization Youth For Christ raised money through first-ever Lakes Area Paddle Battle Pickleball Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 14, 2023.
Skaters from 16 various figure skating clubs converged at Saturday, Jan. 14, 2023, at the Willmar Civic Center for the 15th annual Lakes Area Classic.
Children gathered at the Willmar Public Library on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2023, to handcraft their very own roller coasters during STEMtastic Thursday.
Dozens of volunteers came together on the shore of Green Lake over the weekend to build the annual Spicer WinterFest ice castle.
People got a chance to work out in style Saturday morning at the Willmar Community Center with the help of a few dogs from Hawk Creek Animal Shelter during Pups, Butts and Guts.
A winter storm dropped more than a foot of snow on the Willmar area Jan. 4-5, leaving residents with massive drifts and piles to clear.
Dozens of trumpeter swans seek refuge from harsh winter elements in a small patch of open water along the shore of Green Lake where the Middle Fork Crow River flows in.
Churchgoers come together to celebrate Christ's birth during a Christmas Eve church service Saturday evening at Hope Presbyterian Church in Spicer.
Annual Christmas light display continues at Robbins Island Regional Park through Dec. 31.
Strong winds in excess of 30 miles per hour cause blizzard conditions to residents days before Christmas.
A weather observer 5 miles north of Willmar reported 6.6 inches of snow fell Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. Other totals reported to the weather service by mid-afternoon Thursday ranged from 4 to 5 inches in the vicinity of Willmar.
Churchgoers gathered at Salem Historical Church for its annual Christmas service Saturday evening north of Paynesville.
Hundreds of toys were available for community members to choose from during the first-ever toy swap at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Willmar.
Budger's, a popular restaurant owned and operated by Bill and Lorri Beasley in Maynard, will close at year’s end so the couple can retire.
PHOTOS & VIDEO: Cardinal Choir sings songs of the season in annual performance for Willmar service clubs
Willmar Senior High School's Cardinal Choir sings a variety of holiday numbers during annual All Service Club Holiday Luncheon.
Winter weather marks its return this week in west central Minnesota.
Cities and towns throughout West Central Minnesota shine bright with creative, colorful Christmas lights as the holiday season is now officially in full swing.
On Saturday, December 3, 2022, the Wildcats of New London-Spicer defeated Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton 27-26 with just seconds remaining in regulation to win the state championship in school history.
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.
The Barn Theatre presents “Miracle on 34th Street” for its annual holiday performance. Showtimes are 7 p.m. Dec. 1-3 and Dec. 8-10, with 2 p.m. matinees Dec. 3-4 and Dec. 10-11.
The driver was uninjured Saturday when he smelled smoke as he was leaving Paynesville and saw flames coming out of it.
Lac qui Parle County Historical Society has collected county's and peoples' stories over past 150 years
The museum showcases a wide variety of people, places and things from the 150 years of the county's past.
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Dr. Allen Balay, an award-winning veterinarian from New London, believes a licensing process would raise quality of animal care and hopefully keep technicians in the career field.
UPDATE: Two arrested in Clara City, Minnesota, after authorities seize drugs and allegedly stolen property
Chippewa County Sheriff Derek Olson said two people were arrested after the Sheriff's Office assisted with executing a search warrant at a home in Clara City.
Amanda Lynn Todd, 37, of Willmar, was sentenced to 180 days in Kandiyohi County Jail with 90 days to be served immediately after her hearing in court Jan. 26.
Harris will be coming to Minnesota following President Joe Biden's State of the Union address next week.
COVID-19 cases and deaths increased more slowly in the most recent Minnesota Health Department update. An average of 600 people test positive — and six die — each day in Minnesota.
Willmar businessman and philanthropist Bob Dols, who died Feb. 2, worked for decades to complete a four-lane Highway 23 from Willmar to Interstate 94. That project is nearing completion.
The Kandiyohi County Board will be considering a request for American Rescue Plan Act funds and a letter of support to go towards a broadband project in several townships.
Groups urging 'disco wall' at Lock and Dam 5 on Mississippi River to slow invasive carp before they can establish reproducing populations in Minnesota waters
Kandiyohi County encourages residents with inadequate broadband to apply for Minnesota line extension program
Any resident or business in the state of Minnesota that does not have wired broadband internet service of at least 25 megabits per second downloading speed and 3 megabits per second for uploads is now eligible to apply for this program.