Memorial Day

Memorial Day Parade
Memorial Day marks the unofficial start a summer, a three-day weekend, and a chance to pay respect to those that have given the ultimate sacrifice for their country, and with that came the annual Faribault Memorial Day parade through downtown Faribault and program in Central Park.
Area Memorial Day Observances
According to a proclamation signed by Faribault Mayor Kevin Voracek, the first Memorial Day in Faribault was observed on May 30, 1869.
The proclamation goes on to encourage, "all citizens of Faribault to proudly join the Rice County Central Veterans Association in observance of this day to h…
MnDOT Urges Holiday Caution
The unofficial start to summer, Memorial Day weekend, is here. There will be parades and ceremonies to attend, campgrounds and cabins to drive to, and plenty of road construction throughout the state. With that in mind, the Minnesota Department of Transportation is reminding everyone to use caution …
Memorial Day Faribault
The Rice County Central Veterans Association is in charge of the Memorial Day observances in Faribault and we will get details at 9:30AM on AM Minnesota.
Central Veterans Association President John McDonough will be joined by honored combat veteran Larry Kokoschke on the program...
Little Big Town Special May 29
It's the first unoffical weekend of summer. And after you've gotten everything else into your Memorial Day weekend, you can finish it by checking out the Little Big Town Kickoff to Summer event on KDHL and kdhlradio.com. The show runs from 2-6PM on Memorial Day...
2016 Memorial Day Parade
Monday marked Memorial Day, and with that came the annual Faribault Memorial Day parade through downtown Faribault and program in Central Park.
Memorial Day Parade
I hope everyone is enjoying their Memorial Day, but let's not forget why we celebrate this day. The last Monday in the month of May is set aside as a day to honor the men and women who have died while serving in the military. Originating in the years after the Civil War, it was formally recogni…

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