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Power reported out, trees and limbs down in the aftermath of area storms

Parts of Mower County are without power tonight while crews across the county are busy documenting damage as ...

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Going hog wild for ice cream

Angry Hog in Austin opens ice cream shop   Beer floats, they’re a thing, and thanks to Angry ...

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Herald moving to new location

After nearly 53 years in downtown Austin, the Austin Daily Herald will be moving to a new home ...

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Work on next I-90 bridge slated to start soon

With Austin’s six-bridge Interstate 90 construction project underway at Oakland Avenue, work will soon be progressing to another ...

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Photos: Pacelli prom — a night of eloquence and bowling

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Golfers Wanted: Blue Devils Athletics Golf Fundraiser is June 3

Riverland Community College will be hosting its 36th annual Blue Devil Athletics Golf Fundraiser on Monday, June 3.   ...

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Man accused in the death of Melissa Rack again changes plea back to guilty

Darin Douglas Finley, the man accused of killing Melissa Rack in a fatal hit-and-run in December 2022, has ...

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Riverland PTK chapter making broad impacts

Over the years, Riverland Community College has been able to celebrate its success rate for students in a ...

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Designed Opportunity: Austin senior puts design skills to the test for district

Austin High School senior Ava Denzer didn’t know what to think last school year, when she was pulled ...

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Service provides a moment of peace

By Rachel Campbell Rev. George Favell eloquently describes the Taizé ceremony as: “An experience that allows (people) to ...

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United Way of Mower raises just over $1.2 million from Community Campaign

United Way of Mower County (UWMC) concluded its annual Community Campaign having  raised $1,209,912 million for local nonprofit ...

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Grand Jury indictment unsealed against 2 charged in June 2023 shooting death of Gumdel Gilo

Jury trial for both men set for July 8-19   A grand jury has indicted the remaining two ...

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Institute waiting to hear outcome of bonding request

As this year’s legislative session nears its end, The Hormel Institute, University of Minnesota, waits to hear whether ...

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APS Board gets update on plan to add boys volleyball

The Austin Schools Board on Monday night heard an update on the addition of boys volleyball to the ...

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Skilled Nursing Care Week: Nurses thrive with in a family atmosphere

For nearly 20 years, Gina Richardson was on the line, boning hams for Hormel Foods Corps. For Richardson, ...

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