Todd Berntson, a member of the band Run Like Hell, a Pink Floyd Show, talks about the band and a show coming up on Saturday, January 13, 7:30 p.m. at the Paradise Center for the Arts. Tickets can be purchased online here.
Rice County Attorney John Fossum discusses “aggregate” charges possible for individuals recently arrested for car break-ins, as well as cases including a recent rape conviction and several charges against an individual that include kidnapping, drug sales, domestic assaults, and more.
Julie Ristau, CEO of the Main Street Project talks about the 100-acre farm they purchased last summer and a new program being offered. Main Street Project has put a twist on the conventional CSA (community supported agriculture) program by offering shares of locally raised chickens. Community members are invited to purchase a half (six chickens from spring flock) or full (six chickens from each of the spring/summer flocks) share for the 2018 season by visiting mainstreetproject.org/csa.
Northfield City Administrator Ben Martig discusses an emergency involving the waste water treatment plant on Monday as well as last night’s City Council work session.
Dundas City Administrator John McCarthy talks about the recent Dundas City Council meeting and the development of a new city hall on the old school house property. The Council is hoping to have the development of a new city hall serve as a catalyst for further development on that property.