This is a picture I took on Central Avenue in Faribault the day before Thanksgiving. It might be a long winter! However, maybe we will get our cold and snow out of the way by Christmas and January will be warmer than normal
The Faribault Community Thanksgiving Dinner was another success with scores of volunteers assisting again this year. Julie Fox and Laura McColley took over getting the food donations and the same formula of no sign up sheets was used. It all was completed without a hitch. 427 meals were delivered throughout the
I never thought I would say this but computers are pretty nice. Looking outside at all the snow it seems like a long time ago I was in Chad's tractor ripping corn stalks. It was less that three weeks ago I finished ripping corn stalks
Lots of snow over southern Minnesota during this latest blast of winter. So far snowfall amounts of 4 to 8" reported. Roads are tough going. If you can delay travel plans MNDOT suggests you do so. If not, please be sure your gas tank is full, and you have emergency items in your vehicle, your cell phone is charged and maybe even tell people where you are going and what time you expect to be there in case there is a problem and you are not able to call
The Faribault Area Hospice Program is in the midst of it's annual Light Up A Life fundraising campaign. The 29th annual Tree Lighting takes place Monday, December 1 at 7pm on the District One Hospital Campus
What's your favorite part of Thanksgiving. For many it's just all the food. For some it's all the other things that are part of the day. I like the getting together with family and friends, some that you don't get to see very often
Last Weekend the Minnesota Farm Bureau wrapped up their annual meeting in Bloomington. This is a picture of the noon luncheon on Saturday. The guest speaker was Mike Max. I had a chance to talk with Mike after the luncheon
Randolph FFA Advisor Ed Terry is presented with the Youth Education award by President Doug Peterson at the Minnesota Farmers Union Annual Convention. Ed was hired as the temporary part time Ag Teacher and FFA Advisor
It just makes sense, KDHL Farm Director Jerry Groskreutz would talk turkey today on AM Minnesota. Minnesota Turkey Growers Association Executive Director Steve Olson joins Jerry to give us some cooking tips for that Thanksgiving staple and maybe they'll touch on the history of the Holiday too
The recently installed 19th Dean of the Cathedral Of Our Merciful Saviour stops by our studios to discuss his future vision for the first Cathedral built in America. The Very Reverend Justin Chapman was installed on November 13
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