Has anyone else noticed how noisy Canadians are when they move through Kasson, or for that matter, other parts of Dod
In our caring communities, people are always asking how they can help.
Ethanol producers in the United States are cutting production by two billion gallons (annualized) due to a sharp decl
There has to be more news out there than the coronavirus.
There certainly is little debate that we are in the midst of some unprecedented times as we grap- ple with the corona
The past few days have been challenging to say the least in keeping our readers informed of perhaps the greatest cris
In a 2016 video from a talk at Oxford University, (Michael) Bloomberg said, “I could teach anybody, even people in th
I’ve only known him for 10 years, but as Sid Hartman, who turns 100 this week after 80 plus years in the radio and ne
COVID-19 or in layman’s terms the coronavirus is bashing the na- tion’s stocks and oil prices.
Mardi Gras is a Christian holiday and most often associated in the U.S. with New Orleans.
Since moving back home to Minnesota, I have taken an interest in the number of people who have been upbeat about the
It’s a special time around our house this week as the queen of our household celebrates yet another birthday.
It’s happening...warmer weather and baseball are showing up on the same weekend.
Just a few miles down the road from Blooming Prairie, it became perhaps the most bitter labor strife in Minnesota’s h
Do you hear that? It’s absolutely silent.
Something that I learned early on in my journalistic career dating back to the early 1990s is that if you ever want t