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Recent articles by Anne:

Hendrickson nabs four Midwest Country Music nominations

Singer-songwriter believes there were more than 2,800 competitors in total. → Read More

Anushka Kollengode on Gen Z's odds of saving the world

Hint: she thinks they're very good. → Read More

Choral director sets immigration poetry to music

Proceeds from two concerts to benefit Catholic Charities, Rochester associations. → Read More

A last-minute Christmas list of concerts, holiday parties, and more

Music, living nativities, cookie walks, and storytime with Santa. → Read More

Service dog begins training journey in Mower County

“We try to get them used to just about anything they might encounter as service dogs,” Stern said. “Have you heard that obnoxious (buzzer) noise at a basketball game? You want to make sure the dog isn’t going to jump and run.” → Read More

A baker's dozen things to do with your kids over winter break

Casting around for ways to fill winter break? Here are 13 indoor and outdoor adventures the whole family will enjoy. * Break the ice. The Grizzlies, Rochester’s men’s hockey team, play tonight (Dec. 18) at the Rochester Recreation Center. Get your ticket at . * Shop local. Filling out the Christmas shopping list? You have options. Try local art collectives SEMVA, Threshold… → Read More

'Wanted fugitive' is arrested in Rochester

Police received a call about 10 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 9, 2021, about a suspicious truck and trailer parked in a driveway in the 800 block of Fourth Avenue SE. → Read More

Austin man arrested for DWI found with handgun

Rochester police received a call about 11:20a.m. Thursday, Dec. 9, 2021, for a report of a vehicle weaving in traffic, driving in the wrong lane, and nearly causing several accidents → Read More

'If you want to see some change in school, become teachers'

A conversation with the equity specialist for John Marshall feeder schools. → Read More

Christmas in Kasson pulls out all the stops

Meet the reindeer! → Read More

Rochester Male Chorus celebrates its 91st year

Christmas show set for Dec 12 at Bethel Lutheran Church. → Read More

Rochester Christmas events: From Thanksgiving weekend to mid-December

24 early holiday happenings, from milk and cookies with Santa to jazzy Christmas concerts. → Read More

What’s going on at the Castle?

In September 2020, the Castle Community, LLC decided to let Echo Church occupy the building for one year and bring the arts community “roaring back in 2021.” Months after the projected end date, the church is still there and owners are vague about the future. → Read More

When to let go: Gagnon to exhibit, sell pieces from inheritance

With all the history Gagnon’s witnessed, of course she gets attached to each sculpture, she said. But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to part with them. → Read More

They call me “Mr. Do-It-All”: Demetrius Johnson on influencing others, music, and willpower

"You know, once you do something in repetition, it becomes automatic and everything else gets pushed out." → Read More

Folk singers reopen Oak Center General Store

“All these places exist because they’re labors of love. I think some of them will probably be lost.” -- Curtis Simonet → Read More

Event showcases new local talent, comedy, vendors Sunday

With a comedy show, vendor tables, and music-and-art performances, the Rochester Event Center will be lit up from 4-9 p.m. → Read More

"Ugly Duckling," "Little Shop of Horrors," more on high school stages

Email to add a school production. → Read More

Cole Allen is on 'the other side' with a story to tell

Rochester singer-songwriter talks dark roots, uplifting message of new EP. → Read More

Cedric Harrell on home-buying in Rochester

A long career in customer service, he said, prepared him to help area residents buy and sell property. → Read More