One Rochester Lutheran Church didn't have a pastor, and the other didn't have a building.
Jim Bunner, the former KTTC-TV reporter fired last year for wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat at last year's Trump rally in Rochester, has a new gig.
When the city of Rochester and the Rochester School District teamed up buy a swath of city-adjacent farmland nearly 30 years ago, both entities agreed to parcel the land later.
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ORONOCO — A two-car crash on U.S. Highway 63/75th Street Northwest sent a pair of drivers to the hospital late Saturday.
A young Rochester nonprofit that provides education to entrepreneurs recently received $250,000 grant to help fund its mission.
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Live Healthy Red Wing is studying how nature play — unstructured time outside where children interact with natural elements — could affect local residents and children.
Want a good, old-fashioned, scare-your-pants-off experience south of the Twin Cities?
The Monster Bash in Harmony invited members of the media to a preview night Monday, Oct. 14, 2019, for a sneak peek at this year's haunts.
Rochester’s Zombie Pub Crawl staggers back into local bars and restaurants Saturday. The ghastly get-together starts at Charlie’s Eatery & Pub at 1, and takes over downtown all evening and into the morning! Three years in, organizer Nic Jeno gave us some background info on Rochester’s mo…
“I don’t think I’ve fully unwrapped it,” said local artist Carley McHenry, frazzled about her upcoming exhibit at the Rochester Art Center (RAC). She had shown her paintings there once before, but this time would be different—this time the 28-year-old was on the brink of her first solo exhibit.
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FERGUS FALLS — Rochester Community and Technical College used a strong passing attack to close its regular season on a winning note, beating Minnesota State-Fergus Falls 34-14 in junior college football on Saturday.
Choral Arts Ensemble has been based and has performed at Assisi Heights since 1996, and is ready to offer a concert in gratitude.
The haunting piano music of Fryderyk Chopin will be featured in the next concert of the Rochester Chamber Music Society, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Christ United Methodist Church.
Elise Wakeland works with trauma survivors every day. The therapist’s work is difficult, she said, but it’s rewarding, too.
The 10 people in the class filed into the yoga studio (a hay-covered rectangle with a roof and one wall; the exterior of the barn) and we greeted the young goat that was zooming around the space.