John Molseed, Post-Bulletin

John Molseed

Post-Bulletin

Rochester, MN, United States

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Students protest development at heron nest site

The public rally follows meeting where students say they were treated callously by policymakers. → Read More

Drag brunches coming to Crave in Rochester

A last-minute event in December following "Homecoming Queen" opening has sparked a series of brunch performances beginning Feb. 13. → Read More

Skating spot at Chester Woods is a hidden gem

Phirum Pheak grooms a section Beaver Creek for ice skating and to help people get outside in nature during the winter. → Read More

Churches navigate another COVID spike

Some churches are canceled in-person services as COVID cases continue to rise. → Read More

Furlow will undergo restoration

The new owners have plans for the 1926 apartment building. → Read More

World War II-era Zick Apartments to be renovated

While not as ornate as Black Swan's 1920s buildings, the 1940s-era building has character. → Read More

Historic downtown apartments under new ownership, will get new look

New owners of the Furlow, Raymond and Zick apartment buildings say they want to bring back the history and character of the old buildings. → Read More

Heinzens welcome Rochester's first baby of the year

Although Elizabeth Heinzen arrived a couple weeks early, her mom, Haley, had an inclination the pregnancy had run its course. → Read More

Eagle nest removal was permitted, officials say

A developer that removed a tree with an eagle nest had federal and state permits. → Read More

Plainview writer Jon Hassler's legacy endures

In “Days Like Smoke,” author recalls growing up in small-town Minnesota. → Read More

How to curate a 'capsule' wardrobe

Capsule wardrobe is an old concept that's getting new interest. → Read More

Rochester and Kasson teens earn bouts in Junior Olympics

Mateo Wilkins, 17, of Rochester, and Ethan Brewner, 14, of Kasson, head to Salt Lake City, Utah to compete in February. → Read More

Rochester, Kasson teens earn bouts in Junior Olympics

Mateo Wilkins, 17, of Rochester, and Ethan Brewner, 14, of Kasson, head to Salt Lake City to compete in February. → Read More

Driver in fatal crash pleads guilty to driving drunk

Sterling Haukom admits to driving while drunk in February accident that killed young woman just blocks from her home. → Read More

Rochester's Chez Bojji giving away soup, winter clothes through Christmas

In need or not, this soup's for anyone. → Read More

Utica draws a crowd in homecoming at the Rochester Art Center

Hundreds greet Southeast Minnesota native Ethan Mundt, who opened an exhibit of his drag garments and designs at the Rochester Art Center on Saturday. → Read More

Specialty food stores give Rochester abroad offerings

Facing more competition, specialty food stores in Rochester are finding their markets. → Read More

Owatonna teen seriously hurt in Dodge County head-on crash

18-year-old had to be cut from his car after crash that injured 2 others Monday. → Read More

Guard soldiers train in Austin to help beleaguered Minnesota care facilities

In less than eight days, 300 soldiers will get 75 hours of medical training. → Read More

Minnesota National Guard soldiers begin training in Austin for nursing relief

More than 400 Minnesota National Guard members are training to help short-staffed long-term care facilities across the state. → Read More