Featured News
  • Hutchinson Tigers

    The Hutchinson School District has released their “Students of the Month” for April.They are: Freshman Matt Jenum, Sophomores Emmanual Lopez and Ruby Redekopp, Junior Megan Hay, and Seniors Andrew Bentz, Jeana Bustamante, and Marhi Schmidt.

    Keep Reading >>

    07 May 14
  • ATV Crash

    A Rural Hector man was seriously injured in an ATV crash Tuesday evening. 51-year-old Paul Johnson was taken to Renville County Hospital in serious condition and was later flown to North Memorial Medical Center in …

    Keep Reading >>

    07 May 14
  • deputy sheriff

    Brown County Deputy Matt Ibberson has been selected as a 2014 DWI Enforcer All-Star. The All-Stars are the state’s leading law enforcement officers in arresting drunk drivers and preventing alcohol related crashes. The award is …

    Keep Reading >>

    07 May 14
  • medical marijuana

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota state Senate passed a bill Tuesday that would legalize marijuana for medical purposes. The measure is more ambitious than Gov. Mark Dayton and law-enforcement officials have said they …

    Keep Reading >>

    07 May 14
  • tax rebate

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota taxpayers should know by late June if they qualify for income tax breaks approved by the 2014 Legislature. State revenue officials are plowing through 260,000 income tax returns from …

    Keep Reading >>

    07 May 14
  • poparoons

    ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is notifying consumers that Lily Bloom’s Kitchen of Fridley, Minnesota, has issued an allergy alert for undeclared allergens in five flavors of Poparoons, a macaroon-type …

    Keep Reading >>

    06 May 14
  • Taxes Due

    McLeod County Auditor-Treasurer, Cindy Schultz, would like to remind taxpayers that the first half of their property tax is due on or before Thursday, May 15, 2014. Payments are accepted by mail, in person at …

    Keep Reading >>

    06 May 14
  • Minnesota State Capitol Bldg

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Senate’s proposal for publicly backed construction projects totals more than $1.1 billion in combined borrowing and cash-financed projects. The proposal released Monday calls for borrowing of $846 million …

    Keep Reading >>

    05 May 14