The Rice County Historical Society’s Liz Kramer tells us of Bishop Henry Whipple’s journey from the East to Faribault and his path to becoming the area’s Episcopal leader and advocate for Native Americans...
Steve Groening recounts the big Steele County news events of March-April 1916. Among the highlights are the Citizens Party sweeping Owatonna elections, as well as the city voting to become a wet city after two years dry; Minnesota National Guard Company I preparing for possible mobilization; and Steele and Dodge counties partnering to turn the Rice Lake area into a summer resort...
Area farmers may recognized dandelions and burdock as weeds. So what are they doing in a beverage? And will that beverage taste good? Farm Director Jerry Groskreutz changes pace by drinking his weeds instead of spraying them...
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