Listen Fridays at 9:00am (replayed on Saturday at 9:00am) to Paula Granquist on ArtZany! – Radio for the Imagination Today in the ArtZany! Radio studio Paula Granquist welcomes organist Dr. Stephen May to introduce us to the 2015 Northfield Noontime Organ Recitals.
Northfielder Mark Pritchard talks about his life in retail and corporate America while working for Target and Best Buy Corporations.
Today’s news update – Drug Court steps up program; NAG nets nice grant from EDA for economic study; Watch for construction
Drug Court steps up program As Rice County drug court nears it’s 2 year anniversary, Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn says they’ve made some adjustments to the program adding felony dui’s to the list of eligible candidates. There are 9 currently enrolled, six men and three women. Dunn said their target is to have 25 […]
Norman Oberto lives in Northfield and is owner and CEO of Imperial Plastics in Lakeville. He talks about growing up in Illinois, his move to Minnesota, and life in Northfield in this three part series.
Northfield YMCA Director Virginia Kazmarek joins the show to talk about the Y and her other involvements in the community. This Northfield Life with Corey Butler and Brad Ness airs each Wednesday at 6pm on KYMN Radio. This Nfld Life 7-1-15
Salmonella cases linked to raw, frozen, stuffed chicken products Consumers urged to handle raw chicken products carefully, cook thoroughly State health and agriculture officials said today that seven recent cases of salmonellosis in Minnesota have been linked to raw, frozen, breaded and pre-browned, stuffed chicken entrees. The illnesses prompted health officials to remind consumers that […]
MEDIA RELEASE July 2, 2015 For Immediate Release Contact: Susan Garwood, Executive Director Rice County Historical Society (507) 332-2121 Rice County Historical Society Looking for Volunteers during Rice County Fair July 22-26 on the Rice County Fairgrounds Visiting the Rice County Historical Society Museum during the Rice County Fair […]
Today’s news update – Council investigation over – no violation substantiated; More traffic patrols on the roads; Nfld 4th of July Fireworks display set for dusk at the Middle School; See the Stars
Council investigation over – no violation substantiated The investigation against a sitting council member is over. In an email City Administrator Nick Haggenmiller said, in part, “that the investigation did not substantiate a violation of the City policy.” On June 7th Councilor DeLong filed a complaint against against Councilor Nakasian. He sent a statement via […]