Today’s news update – HPC ponders lowering Board member requirement; Solar gardens exploding; WINGS grants 27 local organizations; Nfld. Hosp. names CFO; Chief Nelson advises following the rules of the road; NAG looking for teachers

HPC ponders lowering Board member requirement Northfield’s Heritage Preservation Commission is pondering lowering their requirement of nine board members to seven.  Chair Cliff Clark said in an email that they’re having a difficult time getting a quorum to make any decisions.  They were prepared to vote on it last week, but didn’t have a quorum. […]

Today’s news update – Not everyone agrees with the process on the NAFRS JPB; 21 apply to be local firefighters; “Ask to see their City permit”; REGISTER for Nite to Unite!

Not everyone agrees with the process on the NAFRS JPB The Northfield Area Fire and Rescue Services (NAFRS) Joint Powers Board formed just under a year ago with the Cities of Dundas and Northfield and the 7 surrounding townships.  They then formed subcommittees.  Dundas Administrator McCarthy took issue with what he believed to be violations […]

Today’s news update – Library expansion leaps forward; Raise the Roof raising dollars for Habitat; County Road 1 Open House; More accolades for Northfield

Library expansion leaps forward The Northfield Library expansion was delayed but received a push forward this week. Mayor Graham commented on how the Friends of the Library did such a great job of fundraising.  They’ve raised $1.35 million in private funding.  The library has been trying for years to get a project done but the […]

Today’s news update – Council ok’s Cocktail Room; A unanimous Council took a big step forward in Woodley Street reconstruction; Save the Depot gets the dollars; Wheeler exhibit packs the museum

Hayes Scriven and Norman Oberto

Council ok’s Cocktail Room The Northfield Council met last night.  they approved Loon Liquors request for a cocktail room.  Owners Mark Schiller and Simeon Rossi were very pleased!  Mayor Graham commented that it’s exciting for them because it will give them a lot more exposure.  He added, Mark and Simeon have worked hard to get […]

Community News: Summer postcard scams 6/16/15

Summer brings Slew of Shady Postcard Scams Rewards of up to $100? It’s a rip-off! Burnsville, Minnesota – June 16, 2015 – Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota ®  (BBB) warns area consumers to watch out for a scam involving postcards purportedly alerting recipients to ‘a reward of up to $100 in Gas […]

Today’s news update – Accolades for the City and economic development; Woodley Street on Council agenda; Wheeler exhibit opens tonight; More on Save the Depot

Accolades for the City and economic development In Northfield City Administrator Nick Haggenmiller’s memo dated yesterday, he made it clear he would not comment on the recent investigation of a Northfield councilor but focus instead on all the accolades collected by the City recently.  Including the “Best Place to…” lists that Northfield has been on […]

Today’s news update – Faribault woman finds strange man in her shower; Library is trending; Summer Food Service offered for kids; “Lighten Up!” garage sale

Faribault woman finds strange man in her shower A Faribault woman had a scary surprise when she arrived home Wednesday evening and found a strange man in her shower.  She told him to leave.  According to the criminal complaint, he told her he found evidence of dope in the house so he could do whatever […]

Northfield Raider Baseball Continue to State Semifinals, Next Game Saturday 10AM

The Northfield Raider Boys Baseball team overcame the first placed Moundsview Mustangs this afternoon 3 to 2 at CHS Field in Saint Paul. The Raiders will continue in the State Tournament and play a 10AM game Saturday, facing the winner of the Lakeville North & Anoka game. Catch the pregame here on KYMN Radio at […]