Legal notiLegal notices - pdfsces - pdfs
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
Search only accepts letters and numbers.
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 news archive
News-Record obituaries archive
Photo galleries News-Record (archive)
Schools (News-Record) archive
Sports from News-Record (archive)
Columnists in News-Record (archive)
Public notices News-Record (archive)
Letters to the News-Record (archive)
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
The history of the 'golf clap'
This deliberately quiet applause -- necessary because loud noises are distracting to players -- dates back centuries. ...
Ala. Chief Justice Roy Moore suspended for rest of term over gay marriage Stance
The head of the state's Supreme Court loses his judicial ethics case and is ordered to pay the costs of the proceedings against him. ...
Minnesota regulator: Insurance market in dire situation
All seven companies offering plans through the Minnesota's exchange or directly to consumers were prepared to leave the market for 2017 following a major insurer's exit earlier this year. ...
FDA approves the first automated insulin system for Type 1 diabetes
The new system joins a continuous glucose monitor with an insulin pump, which work together to keep blood sugar from going too high or too low. That will make it safer to sleep through the night. ...
Big cat: Lynx coach Reeve named WNBA coach of the year
Cheryl Reeve has already led the Lynx to three WNBA championships and has them primed to win a fourth. This is her second time being named WNBA coach of the year. ...
Sanders to swoop into Minnesota for Clinton
Sanders will hold two campus rallies on behalf of Clinton on Tuesday. ...
Schools find 'emotional learning' a path to student success
Schools across the country are using "social-emotional learning" techniques to help students manage emotions, empathize and make decisions. Leaders at Apple Valley's Eastview High have embraced the trend, which research shows can boost student achievement. ...
Decades-old housing discrimination case plagues Donald Trump
In the 1970s, the U.S. Department of Justice sued Donald Trump, his father and Trump Management, alleging the Trumps engaged in racial discrimination at their properties. ...
2 stolen Van Goghs recovered by anti-mafia police in Italy
The two paintings -- of a seascape and of a congregation at a church -- were stolen from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam in 2002. "They are the real paintings!" a curator said in a statement. ...
Accomplice convicted in Lakeville girls' disappearance
A jury in Dakota County deliberated about an hour Thursday before convicting a Minnesota woman who helped a mother hide her two teenage daughters from their father. ...
Police: Autopsies done for Minn. sisters found dead in island villa
Two sisters, Minnesota natives, died while on vacation of excess fluid in their lungs, according to police in the African archipelago nation. ...
Minneapolis police investigate after 3 killed, 1 hurt
Three people were killed -- a man and two teenagers -- and a fourth was injured in an apparent homicide in south Minneapolis. ...
Hwy. 169, Ryder Cup traffic top weekend road woes
Traffic could be slow this weekend, most notably in the southwest metro area, where the Ryder Cup is in full swing. Construction could cause some serious headaches in other parts of the state. ...
No rain for the Ryder Cup
Plans for the Ryder Cup at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska began several years ago. One thing that is out of the planner’s control is the weather. I’m sure there’s a great sense of relief at Hazeltine National, because the forecast doesn’t include any rain or lightning ...
John Prine's new album a collection of duets
"For Better, or Worse" is out Friday. ...
September very wet in southern Minnesota
It's just a continuation of a wet 2016 for many parts of Minnesota including Brainerd, Redwood Falls and Waseca. ...
Ryder Cup gets underway
The highly anticipated tournament, which started in 1927, pits a team of top American golfers against their European counterparts. It's unlike any other golf tournament. ...
Lynx lead playoff series vs. Phoenix; Game 2 Friday night
The Lynx lead the series 1-0. ...
Trump again attacks former Miss Universe winner
Shaming Alicia Machado over intimate details from her past was particularly risky as Trump tries win over more female voters. It also risks calling further attention to the thrice-married Trump's own history with women. ...
Forget self-driving cars. Self-driving chairs have arrived
Nissan unveiled the ProPilot chair, a high-tech self-driving seat that the automaker says makes waiting in line "easy and fun" by using technology designed for semi-autonomous cars. ...
Who won the first presidential debate?
There was no winner
Miles per Gallon
Swimsuit Model of the Day
Quote of the Day
Content 2014 ©
Bluff Country Newspaper Group
(507) 346-7365 •
, All Rights Reserved