‘Morning Show’ with Jeff Johnson | Raelene Ostberg about Zumbathon 8/31/15

Jeff Johnson speaks with Raelene Ostberg, Zumba instructor and organizer for a Zumbathon to benefit Ethan Brinkman and family.  He’s a young local man diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.  The event takes place on Wednesday, Sept. 2nd at the Northfield Ballroom.  For complete details on tickets, the instructors, raffle prizes and “shaky shaky” […]

2015 Horseshoe Hunt Clue #1

A note from event chairman, Tim Freeland: Thank you so much for playing along this year. Thanks to those four sponsors and the committee for providing cash towards the prize. My hope is for friends and families to work as a group to solve the clues and find the shoe. Please read the official clues […]

Fine Tune #290 NOLA… 30 Aug 2015

Host Wendy Nordquist hosts an eclectic hour of acoustic, Americana, jazz, old-time, roots and world music every Sunday evening from 6-7 p.m.

Community News: Stray cats available at Countryside Animal Hospital 8/28/15


These strays have overstayed their legal reclaim period and the good folks at Countryside couldn’t stand to put them down so they are available for adoption for the cost of a rabies shot – $22.00.  Interested parties should contact Countryside Animal Hospital at 645-4522. These 3 are all neutered males. The black with white star […]

Community News: New Minute with the Mayor 8/28/15

Northfield Mayor Dana Graham has released a new “Minute with the Mayor” on the preliminary tax levy.  View it by clicking on the link below: http://www.ci.northfield.mn.us/MediaCenter.aspx?CID=Minute-with-the-Mayor-13

Today’s news update – Nfld. Council discusses levy at work session; School Board approves deferred maintenance plan and more public meetings set for Master Facilities Plan; Nfld Police get 2 PBT’s

Nfld. Council discusses levy at work session The City’s preliminary tax levy must be set September 1st.  As always the levy can go DOWN from that point but not up.  Mayor Graham said they talked about a 1% or 3% levy.  Staff recommends 3%.  Citing $100,000 less LGA projected for next year, Councilor Pownell wanted […]

Today’s news update – Grease is the word for thieves; Public Works department presents change recommendations; Nfld School Board approves changes to Sick Leave Bank

Grease is the word for thieves Two were arrested Monday in Faribault for stealing grease from restaurants in Faribault and Northfield.  Sometime this Spring, a local restaurant owner called Northfield police to say their grease had been stolen. Since then, they’ve received multiple emails with the same complaint.   Food establishments contract with companies to sell […]

Community News: Low Interest Rate Single Family Housing Loans Available 8/27/15

Low Interest Rate Single Family Housing Loans Available Faribault, Minn. – The USDA Rural Development Agency is currently accepting applications for loans available to low-income families to buy, build, rehabilitate or improve homes located in rural communities with a population of 20,000 or less.   Faribault, Northfield and Owatonna are currently eligible areas as these communities […]