Multi-vehicle crash closes a portion of Cliff Road, one suspect arrested after fleeing the crashLimitless Production Group LLCNewsBreak Contributor
Scott Kahnke was arrested on two felony charges, including vehicular homicide, following the serious crash on Cliff RoadLimitless Production Group LLCNewsBreak Contributor
Eagan Police Officer is injured after their cruiser was struck by a semi on I-35ELimitless Production Group LLCNewsBreak Contributor
Large police presence in Oakleaf Townhomes neighborhood as police search for suspectLimitless Production Group LLCNewsBreak Contributor
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Spring flooding possible after snowy winter
After one of the snowiest winters on record, experts are warning that there’s an elevated chance of significant flooding this spring, depending on how quickly fields across the region unleash the several inches of water they now contain. According to the National Weather Service’s forecasts, the flooding could be particularly severe in Rice County. NOAA is projecting a two thirds chance of moderate flooding along the Cannon River in Northfield, and a one third chance of severe flooding. ...
Celebrate Jordan this Sunday
Celebrate Jordan will take place Sunday, April 2, from 1-4 p.m. at the Community Education and Recreation Center and Middle School. The open house sponsored by Jordan Public Schools and CERC will include exhibits from businesses, churches, service organizations, food vendors, athletics programs and the school itself. The event is open to the public.
Jordan Tobacco and Vape opens
Jordan Tobacco and Vape, Jordan’s newest business, opened Feb. 6 after licensing took longer than expected. The business celebrated its grand opening with the city in late February and since then it’s had excellent business, manager Jodi Smith said. This is now the fifth location the company has opened; the other locations are in Belle Plaine, New Prague and Burnsville, which has two.
Pursell says imminent state broadband investment is vital; NAFRS preparing to recruit new firefighters; Northfield Earth Day preparations underway
As this is a budgeting year, the Minnesota Legislature announced the budget targets last week for each House and Senate committee. The. targets are the amount of money each committee should contribute to the overall budget as advised by the House or Senate leadership. With Democrats in control of the House and Senate, the announcement came substantially earlier than in years past when negotiations between Democrats and Republicans would happen slowly and the announcement could often come with just days left in a session.
DMT drug lab found in basement of Rice County home: Charges
RICE COUNTY, Minn. (FOX 9) - A drug lab was discovered in the basement of a Rice County home during the execution of a search warrant on Tuesday, according to court documents. The Cannon River Drug and Violent Offender Task Force executed a search warrant at a two-story house in Nerstrand, Minnesota. As law enforcement began searching the residence they found what appeared to be a drug lab for the powerful psychedelic DMT in the basement, including two crockpots "full of a red sludge substance."
BAM! There's a new fashionista in town
Amy Gray never expected to get into fashion. She wasn’t into shopping, she didn’t care about clothes and she feels bad for her daughters, because she’s not a “girly girl.” These make it all the more ironic that she’s the proud owner of Lonsdale’s newest store on Main Street, BAM Fashion Boutique, which had its grand opening on Saturday, March 18. BAM gets its name from Gray’s three children: Bryson,...
Author, illustrator celebrate Minnesota during library visit
David Geister and Patricia Bauer have been traveling the state teaching youngsters about Minnesota and giving out copies of their new book. The married author and illustrator had an extra teaching tool with them during their visit to Faribault Monday: a giant cookie. The cookie had some not-so-appetizing toppings, including wild rice and baby corn. ...
Jordan looks to defend league title, make bigger section impact
The Jordan girls track team will have some young talent on the roster, but that hasn't tempered expectations. The Jaguars will be looking to defend its Wright County East Conference title, along with improving on its fifth-place finish in the Section 2AA meet last spring.
Nolan Winter has ‘all the makings’ of a Badgers basketball star
MINNEAPOLIS (BVM) – Nolan Winter is the latest Lakeville North basketball star. After JP Macura (Xavier), Nate Reuvers and Tyler Wahl (both played at Wisconsin) each went on to have productive Division I college basketball careers after leaving the Panthers program in recent years, Winter is hoping to recreate their success at the next level in his own way.
Mother-daughter team still at work to end lunch debt
The mother and daughter who started No Tummies Left Behind, a group that fundraises to pay off lunch debt, still have their work cut out for them. Even though meals will now be provided to all Minnesota students next school year, Ella Bettner, 11, and her mom, Nichole Bettner, are working to clear remaining debts for families who have struggled to pay for their children’s meals. The mother-daughter pair, who live in Faribault, also have hopes to expand their program to a national scale. ...
Man, 37, arrested on DWI charges following Lakeville truck fire
LAKEVILLE, Minn. -- Police in Lakeville say a 37-year-old man was jailed after he allegedly crashed his truck while intoxicated, resulting in the vehicle going up in flames.In a Facebook post Wednesday, Lakeville police say officers recently responded to the 19000 block of Harvest Drive on the report of a vehicle fire. When they arrived, the lone occupant - a 37-year-old male driver - was outside of the vehicle. "Fortunately, he didn't suffer any injuries. He was, however, highly intoxicated, showing numerous signs of impairment and testing a .28 PBT," police said.The man didn't know how his vehicle crashed or caught fire, according to police. He was jailed on DWI charges. Lakeville fire crews responded and extinguished the fire.
Abasiri continues the Lakers' linemen pipeline to the Gophers
The Prior Lake football team's interior lineman connection to the University of Minnesota continues to be a strong one. Junior Jide Abasiri is the third Laker in the past two seasons to commit to the Golden Gophers, doing so on Twitter March 25.
Focusing on nature-inspired student art in Paradise exhibit
I APPRECIATE ART. All of it. From performing to literary to visual, art inspires me, uplifts me, causes me to pause and think. Art makes me feel joyful. I am so thankful I live in a Minnesota community where art is valued. The Paradise Center for the Arts centers the...
Carleton announces Curricular Innovation faculty grants for 2023
The provost’s office at Carleton has announced this year’s Curricular Innovation faculty grants, awarded for the summer of 2023 or winter break of 2023-24 by the Faculty Curricular Planning Committee (FCPC), Ethical Inquiry at Carleton (EthIC) and/or the Writing Advisory Committee (WAC). These grants from the Curricular Innovation Fund support projects including major curricular revisions for departments or programs, curricular innovations, and individual or team proposals to work on a specific course.
County officials permit Minnesota Renaissance Festival to continue
The decision follows months of discussion.
One injured after crash down embankment onto I-35
A young man was injured when his car went down a rural road embankment on I-35 and crashed into an SUV on the freeway south of Faribault Thursday morning, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. Jagger Neil Johnson, 20, of New Richland was eastbound on 250th Street about 10 a.m. He went off the road, down the embankment of the 250th Street bridge over the freeway and across the southbound lanes of I-35, according to the State Patrol crash report. The car came to a...
BAM Fashion Boutique opens in Lonsdale
After selling fashion online, out of her basement and garage, BAM Fashion Boutique owner Amy Gray opened her first-ever retail store in Lonsdale on Saturday, March 18. Gray explains that her home business and family’s move to Lonsdale made them look for a brick-and-mortar location. “I ran out of...
Nolan Winter accepts Minnesota Class AAAA state-tournament 3rd-place medal
UW men's basketball recruit accepts the final team award of his high school basketball career after Lakeville North's third-place game victory at Concordia University, St. Paul Saturday. Wisconsin men's basketball signee's bittersweet end to prep career shows growth. Minnesota's Gatorade Player of the Year is bound for the Badgers, and...
Presence of Chérif Keïta at Sona Jobarteh concert noted by Star Tribune
The presence of Chérif Keïta, William H. Laird professor of French and the liberal arts and co-director of Africana studies, at the concert of Sona Jobarteh at the Dakota Jazz Club was noted by the Star Tribune. Keïta’s book inspired the title of Jobarteh’s second CD, “Fasiya.”
Minnesota high school boys basketball: Wayzata defeats Lakeville North in final seconds to advance to Class 4A final
2023 Minnesota (MSHSL) Boys Basketball State Tournament Brackets Minnesota high school boys basketball: Meet the top players of the state tournament Minnesota high school boys basketball: Tuesday's stars, recaps, stat leaders MINNEAPOLIS — The No. 3-seed Wayzata Trojans defeated the No. 2-seed ...
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