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
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 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
Twins' TV ratings up 24 percent over last year
The Twins' first winning season since 2010 drew a 24 percent increase in television ratings for the 2015 season on FOX Sports North, giving it the 10th-highest viewership among all Major League teams on regional sports networks. ...
Twins' success not a surprise to GM Ryan
After the dust settled on a Twins season that saw them surpass outside expectations by remaining in postseason contention until the second-to-last day, Twins general manager Terry Ryan met with the media for an hour at Target Field on Tuesday. ...
Twins surpass expectations in 2015, look ahead
When Paul Molitor met with the media at his introductory press conference on Nov. 3, he said he believed the Twins were ready to win and move on from their four straight seasons with at least 92 losses. ...
Foundation set for Twins to compete in 2016
The Twins exceeded outside expectations in 2015, getting eliminated from postseason contention on the second-to-last day of the season. Given the contributions from its young core, the club is positioned to remain competitive going forward. ...
Twins' youngsters showcase skills in season finale
With his team eliminated from postseason contention on the second-to-last day of the season, Twins manager Paul Molitor didn't have much of a chance to see his September callups or consistently play some of the younger guys on the team. He finally did on Sunday. ...
Nolasco roughed up as Twins drop finale to Royals
With a 6-1 victory over the Twins on Sunday, the Royals officially clinched the American League's best record, giving them home-field advantage throughout the postseason. The Royals are now off until Thursday, when they will open the best-of-five American League Division Series at home against the w ...
Despite end of postseason hopes, Twins surpass expectations
The surprising Twins' postseason hopes officially came to an end on Saturday in the penultimate game of the season, as their 5-1 loss to the Royals ended their late push for the second American League Wild Card spot. ...
Torii undecided on his return for 2016 season
When the Twins gave Torii Hunter a one-year contract last offseason, it seemed like the right fielder might have been coming back for one final curtain call. ...
Four-run 7th eliminates Twins from Wild Card race
The Twins were officially eliminated from postseason contention with a 5-1 loss to the Royals at Target Field. A Lorenzo Cain roller up the first-base line plated the go-ahead run in the seventh inning and prolonged an ugly frame that effectively ended Minnesota's season. ...
Twins' postseason bid takes hit in pivotal 8th
The loud music that normally envelops the Twins' clubhouse after each victory was nowhere to be seen -- or heard -- on Friday night. Just a few players milled around their lockers shortly after a crushing 3-1 loss to the Royals. The clubhouse otherwise was dead silent. ...
Santana solid, but Twins slip in Wild Card race
The Royals dealt the Twins a critical blow to their postseason chances, as Ben Zobrist connected on a go-ahead RBI double in the eighth in a 3-1 win on Friday night at Target Field. ...
Twins storm back after Duffey's lone hiccup
Even though rookie Tyler Duffey walked off the mound frustrated Thursday night, he believed the Twins would rally back against the Indians. He proved to be correct, as Minnesota stormed back in the eighth and ninth innings to secure a much-needed win. ...
Twins rally past Tribe to gain in Wild race
The Twins kept their postseason hopes alive with a late rally, scoring the go-ahead run on a wild pitch in the ninth in a 4-2 win over the Indians on Thursday night at Progressive Field. ...
Torii brings passion for game to Twins
Although his future for next season is uncertain, veteran Torii Hunter is enjoying his opportunity with the Twins this season, as he has helped Minnesota contend with his clubhouse presence and performance on the diamond. ...
Ramirez's bat flip fires up Twins dugout
A bit of showboating by Indians second baseman Jose Ramirez riled up the Twins during the eighth inning of Cleveland's 10-2 victory Wednesday night. ...
Pelfrey on early-exit loss: 'I didn't get ahead'
A subpar outing from Mike Pelfrey put an end to the Twins' hope of sweeping Wednesday's twin bill, as the right-hander lasted a season-low 1 2/3 innings in a 10-2 loss. ...
Sano, Rosario HRs not enough in nightcap
The Indians dealt a blow to the Twins' postseason chances, as rookie right-hander Cody Anderson threw seven scoreless innings and was helped by a two-run homer from fellow rookie Francisco Lindor in a 10-2 win in the second game of a doubleheader on Wednesday at Progressive Field. ...
Gibson fans 9 to give Twins big boost
In what was the biggest start of his three-year career, Kyle Gibson came through in a big way for the Twins to help them to a much-needed 7-1 win in the first game of a doubleheader against the Indians on Wednesday at Progressive Field. ...
Twins keep pushing, thump Tribe in Game 1
The Twins kept their hopes for a late postseason push alive with a strong effort from Kyle Gibson and a three-run double from Torii Hunter in a 7-1 win over the Indians in the first game of a doubleheader on Wednesday at Progressive Field. ...
Aggressive Twins strike early against Kluber
After reigning American League Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber dominated the Twins through his first three starts of the season with a with a 1.38 ERA and 25 strikeouts in 26 innings, the Twins decided they needed to be more aggressive early in counts against the Indians right-hander. ...
Milone helps Twins keep pace in Wild Card race
Left-hander Tommy Milone was solid while starting on short notice, while Trevor Plouffe hit a two-run homer off Corey Kluber to help the Twins to a 4-2 win over the Indians on Monday night at Progressive Field. ...
Hughes scratched with flu-like symptoms
Right-hander Phil Hughes was scratched from his start on Monday against the Indians with flu-like symptoms, giving left-hander Tommy Milone the start in the series opener instead. ...
Santana helps put Twins in good position
When the Twins left Detroit after their first series of the year, they were 0-3 and were still reeling over the 80-game suspension of Ervin Santana announced just three days before the start of the season. ...
Buxton's 1st HR highlights rookies' big day
It was a game of firsts for a trio of top prospects for the Twins, as Byron Buxton connected on his first Major League homer, Miguel Sano hit his first career triple and Max Kepler made his MLB debut in a 7-1 win over the Tigers on Sunday at Comerica Park. ...
Eyeing WC, Twins ride 6-run 2nd vs. Tigers
Ervin Santana kept his impressive run going, as he tossed seven strong innings and was backed by a six-run second in a 7-1 win over the Tigers on Sunday afternoon at Comerica Park. ...
Duffey proving himself in big way down stretch
While the Twins have been trying to monitor rookie Tyler Duffey's workload down the stretch, the right-hander has shown no signs of fatigue and has been lights out ever since his shaky debut in Toronto on Aug. 5. ...
Twins' win over Tigers keeps them 1 1/2 back
Rookie Tyler Duffey threw six strong innings and Kurt Suzuki provided a go-ahead RBI single in the seventh to lift the Twins to a much-needed 6-2 win over the Tigers on Saturday night at Comerica Park. ...
Rosario impresses with bold baserunning
Since being called up by the Twins on May 5, rookie left fielder Eddie Rosario has been a sparkplug for the Twins with his combination of speed and aggressiveness. ...
Sano up for an Esurance MLB Award
Miguel Sano has been one of the best hitters in the Majors since being called up on July 2, and he is one of 13 nominees for Best Rookie as part of the 2015 Esurance MLB Awards. ...
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