A quick drive through some towns in our area may have you seeing a lot of “now hiring” signs and that is always a good thing to see.
Teens nowadays do not seem to be in a big hurry.
A new program is launched at the Mercy Cancer Center and it aims at helping cancer survivors regain their strength and balance after their treatment.
Last night, we told you a scaled down version of the Farm Bill has passed the house.
It’s part of the second annual “Freedom Festival” that’s being hosted by the Albert Lea Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Group.
With construction well underway in downtown Albert Lea, some changes are being made when it comes to parking in the area.
Although it may not seem like it with TV shows like Teen Mom on the air, new numbers are showing teen pregnancy rates are actually on the decline.
A new ordinance regarding dangerous dogs was passed earlier this month.
Wright county did receive a national disaster declaration but some residents didn’t have access to that help, because they didn’t qualify with the amount of damage they did receive. But they still need assistance.
A Mason City school building project 2 years in the making is complete and will be ready for classes in August.