Best of Bluff Country
Help wanted display
Submit a classified
Spring Valley city-wide
Submit news & letters
Letter to editor
Submit a Happy Ad
Minnesota Public Radio
Special sections & topics
Lawn and Garden
Spring Valley - Wykoff FFA
Fall Home Improvement
Health & Wellness
Living 50 Plus
Wykoff Fall Fest
Sports - High School
Bluff Country Reader
Bluff Country News
Bluff Country Videos
The Chatfield News
Chatfield area news
Chatfield football team
In the Schools
In the Schools
Harmony|Mabel|Canton area news
Photo galleries from News-Record
Sports from News-Record
Columnists in News-Record
Public notices from News-Record
Letters to the News-Record
Spring Grove Herald
Sports - High School
Letters to Editor
Sports and Outdoors
Persons & Places series
Spring Valley Tribune
Spring Valley area news
Kingsland school news
SV community links
Tribune public notices
Glimpses of Yesteryear
City-wide rummage sale
Letters to the Tribune
Rushford area news
Editorials and Columns
Letters to the Tri-County Record
Archive for Tri-County Record
Report: Nonprofit board members benefited from improper spending
The new report details nearly $80,000 in additional allegedly improper spending to benefit other members of the CAM board, senior staff, Bill Davis' fiancee and a non-profit associated with Sen. Hayden. ...
CVS offering anti-overdose drug without prescription
CVS pharmacists in Minnesota can now distribute naloxone over the counter. CVS says the drug is a safe overdose antidote for heroin and other opiates. A southern Minnesota pharmacy chain plans a similar effort. ...
Politics surrounds closing of Mpls. eatery La Belle Vie
The white-linen, polished silver restaurant that's been in its Minneapolis location for 10 years, is calling it quits. Is Minnesota's minimum wage increase to blame? ...
U.S. says Russian missiles intended for Syria have crashed in Iran
Russian cruise missiles that were fired from warships in the Caspian sea and were intended to hit Syrian targets crashed in Iran. ...
Catholic Charities notes big progress toward St. Paul homeless center
The charity says it's halfway toward funding a $100 million operation to replace the Dorothy Day Center in downtown St. Paul. ...
Louisiana chef Paul Prudhomme, who popularized Cajun food, dies
Paul Prudhomme, the internationally renowned Louisiana chef who popularized Cajun and Creole cuisine around the world, died Thursday morning. He was 75. ...
Amazon launches speedy Twin Cities delivery on groceries, goods
The online retail giant is now offering to deliver everything from milk and eggs to TVs within an hour throughout much of the Twin Cities. ...
Fukushima study links children's cancer to nuclear accident
The study claims rates of thyroid cancer are high for children who lived near the tsunami-crippled nuclear plant in Japan. But other scientists are skeptical of the findings. ...
Hero in French train attack, Spencer Stone, stabbed in California
Stone, one of three Americans who helped stop a terrorist attack on a Paris-bound train in August, is said to be in stable condition following the incident in Sacramento. ...
Robots: John Markoff on 'Machines of Loving Grace'
New York Times reporter John Markoff talks about his new book, "Machines of Loving Grace: The Quest for Common Ground Between Humans and Robots." He's interviewed by John Hollar of the Computer History Museum in California. ...
'Death By Water' will pull you under
Kenzaburo Oe's new novel is a literary mystery in no rush for a solution. It follows an aging novelist, a stand-in for Oe himself, who returns home in search of clues to his father's drowning. ...
Sandra Cisneros crosses borders and boundaries in 'A House of My Own'
The author's new memoir collects three decades worth of her journeys in search of a sense of home. "I guess I didn't realize I was gonna be crossing borders my whole life," she says. ...
U finds ties to mentors, families help keep at-risk kids in school
University of Minnesota researchers in 1990 believed an intensive relationship among a mentor, student and family could keep teens from dropping out. Officials recently met to share data on 25 years of Check & Connect. ...
McCarthy drops out of speaker race, throwing GOP leadership into chaos
With a significant bloc of conservatives throwing their support behind Florida Rep. Dan Webster, and with the last-minute candidacy of Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz, McCarthy withdrew rather than face a possibly fractious vote. ...
Video: The people on the steeple in Stillwater
How's the view where you work? A small group of craftsmen climbed recently to the top of St. Michael's Church in Stillwater. The stunning drone video shows it's not a job for just anybody. ...
Lawsuit: Feds must press pipeline firms on oil spill disaster plans
An environmental group is suing the federal government, contending it is giving pipeline owners and operators a free pass on developing plans for dealing with major oil spills. ...
Amazon begins food delivery in the Twin Cities
I had a craving for potato chips today, but there are no chips in the house. Fortunately, Amazon started its new home-delivery service in the Twin Cities today. ...
Northern Lights over Duluth
Here's what you missed if you lived in that fancy metro area well south of Duluth. ...
Wessell Anderson to headline new jazz series at Orchestra Hall
He will be joined by The Atrium Jazz Ensemble. They will interpret music selected thematically for our region including "Lazy River" by Hoagy Carmichael and "Girl from the North Country" by Bob Dylan. ...
Red Wing: Attacks on police should count as hate crimes
Police Chief Roger Pohlman tells MPR News that the slayings of dozens of police officers across the United States this year highlights the need to enhance the penalty for assaulting cops. ...
Right to die
California looks to become the fifth state to pass a right-to-die law. Do you think Minnesota should have such a law?
Miles per Gallon
Swimsuit Model of the Day
Quote of the Day
Content 2014 ©
Bluff Country Newspaper Group
(507) 346-7365 •
Software 2014 © 1up!
, All Rights Reserved