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Another Legendary Coach Steps Aside
Vix led the Trojans to state titles in 1989, 2005 and 2006 and two state runner-up finishes. His teams made 16 state tournament appearances including this past season. His career winning percentage of 75 percent is among the all-time best in Minnesota boys basketball.
Faribault Hospital Fundraiser is May 5
Last year the group along with the Rose and Chuck Dube family donated a Little Free Library book shelf for use in the medical/surgical department. Through the Angel's Attic Gift Shop the auxiliary also made a donation of comfortable caps for patients of the Virginia Piper Cancer Institute-Dist…
Faribault "High Flyers" Banquet is Saturday
The award recognizes graduates of Faribault High School who have gone on to make distinctive contributions to benefit others through humanitarian activities or extraordinary personal and professional accomplishments.
Faribault Downtown Parking Recommendations are Made
Other recommendations included revising the parking time limits on Central Avenue from 3 hours to 90 minutes per vehicle. Maintaining the present no parking from 2:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. on Central and providing two 15 minute parking spaces in the middle of each block. The fine for violating the par…
Lake Late Ice Out Records are Coming
The definition of lake ice out varies from lake to lake. Some lakes it's when the lake is completely free of ice and other lakes when the lake is 90 percent free of ice according to the DNR.
Superintendent Sesker to Highlight Robotics Program
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Cinderella Performance is Excellent
This cast is full of kids with some great singing voices. The choreography is excellent. Every single cast member plays their role well. I really enjoyed the performances of Faith Jameson and Marissa Kenney as Portia and Joy, the mean stepsisters of Cinderella. They have great chemistry and are …
Stay Hydrated During Heat Events
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says heat-related fatalities outpace deaths in several other weather categories combined. Based on a national average from 1992-2001, excessive heat claimed 219 lives on average each year.
Bombers Win Home Baseball Opener
Cannon Falls junior Roan Reardon went the first four innings on hill for the win. Cannon Falls junior Roan Reardon went the first four innings on hill for the win. The lefty operated from the stretch entirely and picked off a Kenyon-Wanamingo runner in each of the first three innings.

Reardon thre…
Please Participate in Today's Tornado Drills
The notification sirens will be sounded at 1:45 p.m. and 6:45 p.m. today in Rice and Steele Counties. You might want to contact your county emergency management office to find out if your county is participating in both drills because the second one is optional.
A Poem Remembering Cole McAdam of Faribault
I did not know Cole very well but the few conversations I had with him and watching him play in football and wrestle did leave a lasting impression on me. So after attending his visitation Wednesday night I wrote this poem in his honor.
Severe Weather Awareness Flood
Did you know that two feet of water can move a car? The Minnesota Department of Public Safety encourages you to turn around when you see flooded roads or moving water on the road during a flood event so you don't drown.
Kenyon Man Killed in Highway 60 Crash
The Minnesota State Patrol says William Matthew Blose was heading west about four miles west of Kenyon and crossed the center line at Jenkins Avenue in Richland Township, Rice County hitting a eastbound semi.
Faribault Softball Wins Season Opener
Our Faribault State Farm Insurance Agents Faribault players of the game were Armbruster, Bresnahan and Drentlaw. Thanks to Faribault State Farm agents Jason Krohn and Tony Langerud.
The Falcons scored 10 runs on 13 hits and had no errors while leaving 5 runners on base, 4 in scoring position.
Each County Determines When they Sound the Notification Sirens
Hail causes a billion dollars in damage to property every year in the United States and can pose a safety issue for individuals caught in a large hail storm like the once experienced in Northfield just over a decade ago. All thunderstorms produce lightning and on average lightning kills about 100 p…