Finding treasures from the past: Glenville antiques dealer navigates running a business in a changing world

Holding onto things from the past can help preserve memories, start conversations and remind us of a simpler ...


More area youth stepping up to serve as referees

A new generation of referees is taking to the ice recently as a way to get more time ...


Psychologist moves back to Albert lea, works in same position as her father

Jodie Hofkamp joined the Albert Lea school district as school psychologist last year, bringing her smiling face and ...

Health Updates

Residents share memories of Naeve Hospital

A big piece of me at Naeve Hospital “So many memories in that old building that started in ...


“My wealth is people”: Priest talks about his life, role in Albert Lea and staying active after upcoming retirement

The Rev. Henry Doyle is a man who wears many hats. He is the head priest at Christ ...


A community of caregiving in Albert Lea for 50 years

It is almost impossible to live in Albert Lea without hearing the name “Thorne Crest,” and there is ...


A-C supermileage success comes from hard work and perseverance

The Supermileage teams at Alden-Conger School have reaped much success during the past 24 years.


Meeting the needs of the trucking industry

Riverland Community College in Albert Lea is helping lessen the gap in the truck-driving industry in the region ...


ALHS mock trial team sees resurgence in participation with over 30 students a part

Standing in a courtroom and presenting a case in front of a judge sounds daunting, but, for some ...


Sparking curiosity, discussion in Art Walk

Over the past six months, Art Walk Albert Lea’s Sculpture Walk is filling up with a variety of ...

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