First National Bank of Northfield is being sold; An Easter gas grill explosion injures one and destroys 2 mobile homes; CAC/HRA partnership aids homeless

April 22, 2019

$60k bail for man charged with 1st degree drug sale; Ten years after it was offered for fire practice, the Northfield Depot is poised for occupancy; Northfield city officials plan for Transit Hub; Three Rivers and Rice County awarded funding for home visits that serve at-risk families

April 19, 2019

Guns, drugs and body armour – Wallace gets 9 years; After changes, Council accepts bike/ped update recommendations; After 4 inches of rain, Cannon still at minor flood stage; Sidewalk poetry winners

April 18, 2019

Some minor flooding of local city streets and Flash Flood warning till 3pm

April 17, 2019

Driver in Northfield standoff pleads guilty; Mill Towns Tr. to run along Jefferson; iPads and a cool new stylus

April 17, 2019

Legislators consider forfeiture $ for General Fund; Draheim wants CBD Oil safety regulations; Mill Towns Tr, bicycle trails and sidewalk gaps on Nfld Council agenda; Hands Free information

April 16, 2019

Hands Free law and what it means

April 16, 2019

Former Kasson cop sentenced to 18 yrs; Nfld grapples with regulations for ADUs; The last of last years road projects begins Wednesday

April 15, 2019

Woman on Cell Phone Sentenced for Traffic Fatality and Injuries

April 13, 2019

Smith sentenced in swindling case; Bridgewater Incorporation meeting tomorrow; Dundas Admin candidate bios; It’s all about the animals! PEHS fundraising event

April 12, 2019

Woman sentenced in Castle Rock animal cruelty case

April 12, 2019

Missing persons alert

April 12, 2019

Alleged Premier Bank robber now in Federal custody; Ice, sleet, white-out and a warning; Miles of roads, sidewalks and trails and then there’s downtown

April 11, 2019

Chief Monte Nelson

April 11, 2019

Thursday closings/cancellations

April 11, 2019

Northfield declares snow emergency

April 10, 2019

I-35 southbound closed

April 10, 2019

Wednesday weather cancellations (and you thought it was spring!)

April 10, 2019

District “struggles” with permanent solution for Gymnastics Team; 5 finalists for Dundas Admin; Tornado drills cancelled; Health insurance – the Great Divide; “Hotdish A-Hmong Friends” winner

April 10, 2019

Two men sought in alleged assault; Appeals Court reverses Gibson’s sentence – sides with Prosecutor; ADU’s, Snow Removal and Street reclamation

April 9, 2019

Missing person alert

April 9, 2019

City officials seek State $ for Transfer Station; Severe Weather Awareness week; NHC releases online collections of Nfld historical materials; Jefferson Rd to close

April 8, 2019

Severe Weather Awareness week April 8 – 12

April 8, 2019

Carleton student charged

April 5, 2019

Open alcohol containers lead to 2nd-degree DWI charge; City Council hears from community – sends letter of support for Driver’s Licenses for All; Heritage Bank breaks ground

April 5, 2019

City’s plan for bike and pedestrian trails gets tweaked; Man ticketed for texting after passing Sheriff – Distracted driving enforcement begins; Hops, Grapes & History event switches venues and adds more vendors

April 4, 2019

Mill Towns Trail – downtown or outta town?; You want it? They have it at the Home & Garden Show; Rescue Squad Food Drive this Saturday

April 3, 2019

Former Lakeville Principal pleads guilty to multiple felonies; Nfld offers cost-share programs for residential landscapes; Whose bill will get $ as legislators work on budget

April 2, 2019

New Fire Hall floodproofing proves it works; Nfld EMS Paramedics honored – tell Lippert “mental health crisis” top priority; Reunion set to open at the end of the month

April 1, 2019

Missing person alert

March 29, 2019