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Minnesota DNR Announces New Trout Fishing Regulations
I grew up with my bamboo fishing pole sitting along the banks of Spring Valley Creek and biking several miles outside of town to do trout fishing in Fillmore County.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced today new special angling regulations that effectively allow trout fishing all …
Camp Omega Christmas Kitty Needs a Home
Renee Morris, office director for Camp Omega in rural Morristown, contacted me this morning reporting a kitten has been living in her office and they would love to find it a home.
Morris says as they were leaving work they saw her huddled among some leaves trying to stay warm in the bitterly cold air…
Minnesota Gophers in National Funding Holiday Bowl
The Minnesota Golden Gophers are in their first California Bowl game since they appeared in the Rose Bowl in 1960.
Yesterday, right after I learned Minnesota was heading to sunny San Diego, I purchased my tickets at Qualcomm Stadium, home of the San Diego Chargers...
Gordy’s KDHL Thanksgiving Poem
Just a poetic thanks to all KDHL listeners in 2016.
For listening from January through the recent volleyball state scene.
Thanks to the Kenyon-Wanamingo Knight and Kasson-Mantorville volleyball teams.
For heading to state and fulfilling many player dreams.
Twins Turnaround Starts with Pitching
The Minnesota Twins finished their 2016 season with a 6-3 win over the Chicago White Sox on Sunday.
Byron Buxton led off the game with an inside the park homer to tease Twins fans for next year when he hopefully will take over the lead-off spot for years to come...
Twins Restructure of Front Office is Interesting
After the Minnesota Twins fired longtime general manager Terry Ryan in July, they reportedly told the media they wanted a new person in the position before the end of the season.
That now appears very unlikely with just a few weeks left in the regular season...
Never Been Prouder of Faribault
I swelled with pride as I stood across from the Rice County Veterans Memorial on Wednesday to watch the escort of the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall arriving in Faribault.
The street was lined with scores of people waving flags and the number of vehicles escorting the Wall was incredible...
Body Donations on the Rise at U.S. Medical Schools
My niece attended Mayo Medical School and worked on cadavers there, which led me to think about making a body donation when I no longer need this vessel for my soul.
I am evidently not the only person to contemplate this lasting legacy. Many U...
Rain Didn’t Dampen Kenyon Rose Fest
It was a rainy day Saturday, but that didn't dampen people's spirits during Kenyon's Rose Fest.
Off and on rain ended the car show early but considering the weather the turnout was very good, with 26 vehicles and some tractors parked along the street...

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