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Law enforcement all over Rice County taking calls on Phone scams; A dream coming true for Maria; ULI holds City development strategy mtg; Terry and Peterson inducted into Hall of Fame

August 1, 2018

The Northfield Police Department continues to take calls, more than a dozen since yesterday, on various phone scams and Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn said many area police departments are receiving calls.  In a press release, he said that just this morning, a citizen of Morristown received a phone call stating that her grandson had been arrested and she needed to forward money to someone to get him out of jail.  Dunn said this is just one of the many scams these (more…)

Northfield Hospital + Clinics welcomes pediatrician Amy Kraushaar, DO

July 31, 2018

Dr. Amy Kraushaar joins the Northfield Clinic on August 7, providing pediatric care for children and adolescents.  “I enjoy working with families to provide the best possible care for their children during all the stages of growth and development,” she says. “The best part of my job is working with children. There is always laughter and curiosity.” (more…)

IRS scam making the rounds

July 31, 2018

The Northfield Police Department has taken several calls, eight as of this notice, today regarding IRS threats of arrest for overdue fees.  The calls are computer generated and have been asking people to call the number 516-303-8287 and pay their fees or they will be arrested in 48 hours.  These calls are scams and should not be returned.  The Northfield Police Department will not be arresting anyone related to these calls.  The attached phone number will change, but the message will remain the same or similar.  The IRS does not do business in this manner, nor does the Northfield Police Department.

Ped crossing middle of the road is struck; A H&R on 19 and a rear-end crash on I35; A Charter with no Teeth?; absentee ballot voting available

July 31, 2018

Just after noon yesterday, Northfield Officers responded to a vehicle crash involving a pedestrian.  A vehicle traveling south on Division near Woodley, struck a postal worker crossing the street. Deputy Chief Mark Dukatz said 46 year old Matthew Swanson was not in a crosswalk when 90 year old Barbara Shefveland struck him.   He hit the hood and windshield, then came down when the driver immediately stopped.  Swanson was transported to Northfield Hospital, with non-life threatening injuries.  Dukatz said it didn’t appear that he’d broken anything. (more…)

Come celebrate with us!

July 31, 2018

On September 27th, KYMN will celebrate 50 years of local radio! It’s an amazing feat for a small town radio station and we want to thank the community for supporting us. On August 3rd, we’ll be blocking off Division Street in downtown Northfield in front of the station between 2nd and 3rd streets from 5 to 9pm. Performances will include local favorites Mexican Folklorico dancers, Aztec dancers and the Rice County Allstars! Join us for the kick off to our 50 years of local broadcasting! We’ll be giving away thousands of dollars of prizes AT the PARTY and ON-AIR! Cake and ice cream too! And the party is FREE!!!!


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