Williams: ‘Let’s go all in on comics’

Williams: ‘Let’s go all in on comics’

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City/county food drive triples from last year

The city once again triumphed over the county in the annual City/County Employee Food Drive. But perhaps more importantly, the drive raised three times the ... Read more | Add your comment

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Backpack food drive collects 12K items

The second annual Women’s Leadership Initiative Weekend Food Backpack Food Drive collected more than 12,000 food items. Members of the Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) and ... Read more | Add your comment

Local leaders: Obama’s executive order just a start

While local leaders and advocates are pleased to see some national progress on immigration, many hope President Barack Obama’s recent executive actions to delay deportations ... Read more | Add your comment

MNsure enrollments, renewals approach 8k

ST. PAUL — Minnesota’s health insurance exchange says it has enrolled nearly 8,000 Minnesotans in health plans in the first week of open enrollment this ... Read more | Add your comment

KSMQ reelects its executive committee

During its Nov. 13 meeting, the KSMQ Public Television Board of Directors reelected its executive committee from 2014 to serve in the coming year. The ... Read more | Add your comment

Anonymous teacher vote is invalid

Tally requested by AL School Board tossed because of too many responses to online survey Read more | Add your comment

Austin’s natural legacy; Nature Center’s interpretive center moving forward with $5M Foundation grant

Austin’s natural legacy; Nature Center’s interpretive center moving forward with $5M Foundation grant

In a few short years, the Jay C. Hormel Nature Center will dedicate a new interpretive center nearly triple the size of its current building ... Read more | Add your comment

Coaches excited about Wescott turf, dome

Coaches excited about Wescott turf, dome

The Wescott Athletic Complex is about to get a major makeover, and coaches say area athletes will benefit. Vision 2020 announced plans Thursday for a $4.5-million ... Read more | Add your comment

Board OKs bonds for planned AHS, Knowlton renovations

Austin High School and Knowlton Auditorium will be renovated this summer after the Austin Public Schools Board passed the sale of about $7.6 million in ... Read more | Add your comment

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  5. Hormel Foundation gives $5M to Nature Center’s new interpretive center  | Add your comment
  6. Dome coming to Wescott  | Add your comment
  7. Gray to retire from Hormel Foundation  | Add your comment
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Mall tenants concerned with their place in the community

Mall tenants concerned with their place in the community

A recent multi-million dollar deal to reconfigure the Oak Park Mall may mean a huge new Hy-Vee store for Austin, but the move also means ... Read more | Add your comment

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Minnesota rallies to upset No. 21 Huskers 28-24

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Jerry Kill’s building project at Minnesota has taken another huge step. Down by double digits in the third quarter, and with ... Read more | Add your comment

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MNsure enrollments, renewals approach 8k

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Fire claims Alden family’s home

Fire claims Alden family’s home

Grandparents, child get out safely, so does a parrot and a cockatiel Read more | Add your comment

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Students’ music will create holiday cheer

Austin Public Schools has outstanding music and fine arts programs, and incredibly talented young people who ... Read more | Add your comment

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Board OKs bonds for planned AHS, Knowlton renovations

Austin High School and Knowlton Auditorium will be renovated this summer after the Austin Public Schools ... Read more | Add your comment

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Austin’s natural legacy; Nature Center’s interpretive center moving forward with $5M Foundation grant

In a few short years, the Jay C. Hormel Nature Center will dedicate a new interpretive center nearly triple the size of its current building ... Read more | Add your comment

Crime, Courts & Emergencies

K-9 officer Sonic gets bullet-proof vest

K-9 officer Sonic has made 104 runs with officers this year, but was underdressed compared to his human partners. As of last week, he now ... Read more | Add your comment

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