Security Bank in A.L. receives credit in national magazine

Security Bank in A.L. receives credit in national magazine

An Albert Lea bank is receiving national recognition for its financial health and role as a business lender. Read more

Featured News

Motorcyclist injured on I-90

AUSTIN — An Albert Lea man was injured Saturday night after he reportedly lost control of his motorcycle in a gust of wind and went ... Read more

  1. A month in, medical marijuana yielding mixed results
  2. Residents dealing with local construction
  3. Sailing the shore of Superior
  4. Freeborn Co. Relay for Life raises more than $36,000

Featured Opinion

Editorial: Splash pad would be an attraction

Since Albert Lea’s last Wind Down Wednesday in July, we have heard many comments about the idea of implementing a splash pad on North Broadway, ... View

Latest News

State to close Mille Lacs Lake for walleye fishing

ST. PAUL — Minnesota’s Department of Natural Resources announced Sunday it will close Mille Lacs Lake for walleye fishing tonight, a first for the state’s ... Read more

Blood donation opportunities available

The American Red Cross urges blood donors to give in the final weeks of summer to help prevent a blood shortage. Blood donations often decline ... Read more

Mom charged for driving away with daughter clinging to car

FARMINGTON — A Minnesota woman has been charged with drunken driving after allegedly driving away while her 8-year-old daughter clung to the outside of the ... Read more

Dakota County begins DNA collection

HASTINGS  — A county south of the Twin Cities begins collecting DNA samples from people arrested and charged with violent crimes. Previously an individual had ... Read more

Authorities crack down on cliff jumpers

CANNON FALLS — Authorities are cracking down on people jumping off a 50-foot cliff into Lake Byllesby in southeastern Minnesota. Goodhue County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy ... Read more

  1. Motorcyclist dies in collision with cow
  2. Minnesota law enforcement agencies tally untested rape kits
  3. Motorcyclist flees on foot after pursuit and other reports
  4. Skorin attends 2015 American Osteopathic Association House of Delegates meeting
  5. 2nd American accused of illegally hunting lion
  6. Fraudulent website for Albert Lea youth sports found
  7. Freeborn-Mower Co-op acquires Alliant Energy
  8. 23 students graduate from Riverland summer prep class
  9. 2 killed after attending county fair
  10. Warrant issued in fatal Duluth stabbing
  11. Feds contacted by representative for dentist who killed lion
  12. Dayton names panel to study future of MNsure, MinnesotaCare
  13. Authorities searching for missing 15-year-old girl
  14. Data: Nearly 5 dozen give a third of all ’16 campaign cash
  15. Theft reported and other reports
  16. Video games come to the fair
  17. Federal judge blocks the release of recordings by anti-abortion group
  18. City of Brooklyn Park to pay nearly $3M in settlement over shooting
  19. Stearns County’s Tomato King reigns with hydroponic veggies
  20. Girl smashes SUV into Red Wing nursing home
  21. Old school auditorium to be New Ulm State Street Theater
  22. Mille Lacs Band says it will suspend walleye net fishing on Mille Lacs Lake
  23. Tribune All-Area softball Coach of the Year: Coy Hupfeld
  24. Smithsonian Traveling Museum of Music coming to Albert Lea

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Smithsonian Traveling Museum of Music coming to Albert Lea

Smithsonian Traveling Museum of Music coming to Albert Lea

Concert-goers will learn history by song when attending the Traveling Museum of Music by Bob and Sheila Everhart on Tuesday at the Marion Ross Performing ... Read more


Sports

  1. Vikings cornerback quality increased
  2. Mariners edge Twins
  3. Viral tests slated for water venues at Olympics

Cops, Courts & Fire

Motorcyclist injured on I-90

AUSTIN — An Albert Lea man was injured Saturday night after he reportedly lost control of his motorcycle in a gust of wind and went ... Read more

  1. Mom charged for driving away with daughter clinging to car
  2. Dakota County begins DNA collection
  3. Authorities crack down on cliff jumpers

State & Regional

A month in, medical marijuana yielding mixed results

ST. PAUL — Patrick McClellan’s first batch of medical marijuana, via vaporizer, worked like a charm, curbing the pain and muscle spasms that come with ... Read more

  1. State to close Mille Lacs Lake for walleye fishing
  2. Mom charged for driving away with daughter clinging to car
  3. Dakota County begins DNA collection

Special Section

Editorials

Editorial: Splash pad would be an attraction

Since Albert Lea’s last Wind Down Wednesday in July, we have heard many comments about the idea of implementing a splash pad on North Broadway, ... Read more

Columns & Opinions

Helping a loved one through the final stages

“The truth is you don’t know what is going to happen tomorrow. Life is a crazy ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Why did city need to buy building?

Gary Hagen is correct in asking why the city felt the need to purchase another building in town, especially for their supposed use as a ... Read more

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