Nov 7, 2013
WXOW-TV La Crosse
Standoff in Kellogg ends with one person dead
Authorities responded to a home near the intersection of Glasgow Ave. and South First St. at about 5:30 a.m. Thursday.
For St. Paul Palace Theater renovation, state funding sought
The long-vacant Palace Theater, a former downtown St. Paul movie theater and vaudeville stage, could reopen in 2015 as a mid-sized concert hall under the same management that runs the popular First Avenue music venue in Minneapolis.
EQB opens public meetings on silica sand mining
ST. PAUL, Minn. - The Environmental Quality Board opens a series of public meetings in greater Minnesota on Friday to gather input on plans for a set of model standards for regulating the mining, processing and transportation of silica sand used by the oil and gas drilling industry for hydraulic fracturing.
Legislators visit Preston to experience National Trout Center offerings
National Trout Center Board of Directors President George Spangler, far right, points out the stratification of the rock facing along the Root River to several members of the Minnesota House Capital Investment Committee on Oct. 8. The stop on their bus tour informed the committee of the NTC as a potential candidate for bonding dollars in 2014.
Fillmore County Journal
SELCO and your local library encourage you to submit your original unpublished poetry to be considered for publication a regional poetry anthology.