WELCOME! It appears you are new to our site. We hope you LIKE us on Facebook to get local breaking news and maybe a few online giveaways! Get to Facebook HERE Broadcast on KYMN every Wednesday from 12:10-12:15 pm. Dr. Dan Corbett talks with body work expert Susan Herder about alternative methods of treating heartburn. […]
Today’s news update – Council Chamber walls echo whoops and hollers after Library expansion vote; Water Patrol gets suited up; Giving at The Grand is opportunity for Non-profits
Chambers breaks into applause after Library expansion vote After years of languishing in limbo, it looks like the Library is going to get it’s expansion. Last night the Northfield City Council approved the predesign and additional funds to bring the building up to code. Mayor Graham asked Building inspector Jim Kessler if some of the […]
Jeff Johnson speaks with Mayor Dana Graham after last nights Northfield Council meeting and more. Listen to the full interview…
Today’s news update – St. Olaf telephone SOLD; Grant money for High school sports; Preliminary layout for pedestrian crossing heads to MnDot for approval; Library expansion project approval on Council agenda
St. Olaf telephone SOLD After having been tentatively sold to Arvig and placed in the middle of a battle at City Hall between Jaguar and Arvig, St. Olaf Telephone Company has been sold to Jaguar, the company who eventually won the contract with the City of Northfield. Customers were notified via email on Friday. In […]
As part of our Election Series, Jeff Johnson speaks with Suzie Nakasian, current Ward 1 Councilor. She is up for re-election. Her challenger is Joe Gasior. This is not a debate format. However the League of Women Voters will be holding a debate October 23rd at City Hall – we will stream the meeting as […]
Former Minnesota House Speaker Steve Sviggum drops in to talk politics, farming, and growing up in the Kenyon area.
Today’s news update – HRA has plans to cross Hwy 3 for revitalization; School officials hold meetings on facilities; 219 Water to be demolished soon
HRA has plans to cross Hwy 3 for revitalization Community Development Coordinator Michele Merxbauer presented to Council last week regarding the HRA’s work plan and levy. They’ll see an increase of $10,000 due to property values having increased not because they raised the levy. She said one area of focus includes the neighborhood revitalization program […]
Artist Marsha Kitchel talks her artwork and making a living as a professional artist.