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Community Action Center Celebrates 50 Years

July 13, 2018

50th anniversary celebration to focus on sharing stories, honoring the organization’s past and inspiring future work

NORTHFIELD, MINN. (July 10, 2018) – The Community Action Center (CAC) of Northfield, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to providing programs that meet the basic needs of individuals and families, is turning 50. An anniversary celebration, which is slated for Thursday, August 23, will emphasize the power of community and storytelling. Boyd Huppert of KARE 11 and Land of 10,000

Click to read the full release:  CAC celebrates 50 years

KYMN streaming is down

July 13, 2018

We apologize but since the storms last night, KYMN’s streaming is not functioning.  We’re doing everything we can to get it back up and running!  Please bear with us and remember our AM signal 1080 has a far reach!  Thank you!!

Nfld police ID suspected burglars; Nfld man charged with over 7 grams of meth; Alaskan indicted by Grand Jury found in Rice County; Construction costs rise as School District ponders another referendum

July 12, 2018

Northfield Police Sgt. PT Haider is thanking the community. After contacting KYMN with a press release asking the public for assistance in the identification of suspects in the Tobacco Field Burglaries, Haider and his Investigators were able to identify and interview two juvenile suspects. Investigators completed search warrants at three locations yesterday and recovered property and merchandise allegedly stolen in those Tobacco Field burglaries. Police expect the two juvenile suspects to be charged at a later date. Due to their age, no other information will be released.  The Northfield (more…)

Mayor Pownell update 2 on WWTP

July 12, 2018

Three incidents at Tobacco store in less than a week; City leaders work to solve WWTP issues and assure the community; Councilors approve, finally, paving of Spring Creek Rd – on a budget; Nfld school district will see largest Senior class ever

July 11, 2018

The Northfield Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying suspects of a recent burglary at the Tobacco Field Store.  Just before 4am on July 5th, Northfield Officers responded to a burglary alarm at the store. On arrival, they found damage to a window and items inside the store tossed about. An undetermined amount of merchandise was taken.  Investigator Sgt. PT Haider said they were just able to view the video and put Images of persons of interest out to the public.  He said the owner was out (more…)

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