Frog with 5 legs found
1985 — 25 years ago
Negotiations between the Rochester School District and the Rochester Education Association reached a tentative agreement that will give teachers a 10.6 percent salary increase over two years.
A mattress fire set by a prisoner filled a cell block with smoke and forced the evacuation of 29 inmates to another part of the Olmsted County Jail.
1960 — 50 years ago
First Lt. Richard Evjen has been promoted to new commander for Company C, Rochester National Guards. Lt. Eyjen has been a member of the Rochester National Guard since 1948 and was on active duty during the Korean Conflict.
About 6,000 Catholics from the Winona Diocese braved a hot and sultry sun to attend the seventh annual Eucharistic Rally. The rally was at John Marshall High School Stadium.
The Chatfield High School class of 1935 celebrated its 25th anniversary at the Hotel Chatfield. There were more than 125 attending, included spouses and children.
1935 — 75 years ago
Establishment at the Rochester State Hospital of a special clinic to be operated in conjunction with the Mayo Foundation and the University of Minnesota was announced today. Three fellows selected by the foundation will be assigned to study and give special care to inmates at the Rochester State Hospital. Currently, the facility has 1,600 patients, 939 of them are women. Minnesota is reported to be the first to establish such a practical "work shop" for rehabilitation of its insane population.
Robert Nesler, son of R. C. Nesler, who lives south of Rochester on Highway 52, has found a frog with five legs. The frog, outside from the extra limb, seems healthy and normal.