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Two Charged For Stealing From Impound Lot
Four people, two adults and two juveniles, recently allegedly got together and planned how they could make some cash by breaking into cars in an impound lot. They are believed to have cut a hole in the fence, breaking into the lot and breaking into vehicles...
Hiawathaland Transit Is Expanding Service
Hiawathaland Transit announced that they will be expanding service in Red Wing, Northfield, Lake City and Wabasha! As well as extending their dispatch hours. Please see below for details:
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Extended weekday hours and adding Sunday starting August 1st...
Faribault Crazy Days
Downtown and all Faribault is going crazy! That’s right, Faribault Crazy Days is coming up July 29 and 30 and there are a lot of amazing deals to be had, plus family fun! More than 30 businesses are participating, making it a great time to get out and do some shopping in Faribault!
Seventh Street Bridge in Faribault Claims Another Semi
Another semi struck the railroad bridge over Seventh Street Northwest in Faribault today.
I live on the street and use it going to and from work each day, and it seems a couple of times a year the bridge wins its battle with semis.
This one had double trailers, and the picture below shows much of the …
Special Olympics Area Softball Tourney
It is definitely the "dog days" of summer, and with the hot temperatures, that must mean that softball season is in full swing (pun intended). Owatonna Area Special Olympics had three teams compete today in the area games that took place at Alexander Park in Faribault...
District One Hospital President To Retire In 2018
He told the staff Tuesday but announced to the public on Wednesday that he is going to retire. That man is Stephen Pribyl, president of District One Hospital in Faribault. He was a key player when the hospital integrated with Allina Health.
He started at the hospital in 2010, and besides the integrat…
Faribault Police Report Attempted Suicide
Officers from the Faribault Police Department, Rice County Sheriff's Office and the Minnesota State Patrol responded to a welfare check call in the 1800 block of Fairway Drive. The caller, according to the release from the Police Department, had been speaking by phone to a resident at that addr…

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