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Progress 2013

Latest Progress 2013

A new school is cool at United South Central

A look at the numbers related to the proposal of United South Central school.   Read more

7 years ago by Kelli Lageson.

New bed and breakfast has old charm

Joe and Katherine Pacovsky know the ins and outs of bed and breakfasts. For years they’ve liked to stay at them when they’re traveling. So ... Read more

7 years ago by Sarah Stultz.

Christian school kicks off campaign for renovation

The Christian school in Hollandale is getting some needed upgrades thanks to fundraisers and donations from alumni. Hollandale Christian School Principal Lisa Vos said the ... Read more

7 years ago by Kelli Lageson.

Neighbors by the numbers

Albert Lea 2010 census: 18,016 Median age: 44 Households: 7,774 Housing units: 8,410 Square miles: 14.68 City Hall address: 515 Clark St. City Hall phone: ... Read more

7 years ago by Staff Reports.

Wells welcomes Subway

The latest ad slogan for the sandwich chain Subway is: “Gotta Have It, Taste.” Now, the people of Wells can say they “have it,” too. ... Read more

7 years ago by Heather Rule.

Teluwut. It’s a real surprise

The restoration of a downtown building in Lake Mills has led to increased traffic from residents in southern Minnesota and northern Iowa. Through the efforts ... Read more

7 years ago by Sarah Stultz.

Kiester Courier-Sentinel gets a new owner

The Kiester Courier-Sentinel has a new owner and is going through changes. Nicole Swanson bought the weekly newspaper for an undisclosed price and became the ... Read more

7 years ago by Tim Engstrom.

Texas man just can’t stop staining glass

Growing up in what he called a “creative family,” 52-year-old Jimmy Clem of New Richland learned to put his hands to work when he was ... Read more

7 years ago by Brandi Hagen.

Ellendale bank keeps ahead of technology

A family-owned business that started in Waseca in 1874 and added locations in Ellendale and Hope, too, is making sure to keep up with its ... Read more

7 years ago by Brandi Hagen.

More than just ink

Some artists specialize. Albert Lea artist Gilbert Johnson Jr. diversifies. He is known in the area for his skills as a tattoo artist. But he ... Read more

7 years ago by Tim Engstrom.

Youth director meme

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7 years ago by Sarah Stultz.

Familiar Faces

Portraits of you taken by the Tribune staff   Read more

7 years ago by Staff Reports.

Server meme

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7 years ago by Brandi Hagen.

Business by the numbers

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7 years ago by Staff Reports.

Growing, growing, growing

By Colleen Thompson, staff writer Five small businesses right here in Albert Lea have found ways to not only make ends meet in this economy, ... Read more

7 years ago by Staff Reports.

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