Micah Bader, Albert Lea Tribune

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Past articles by Micah:

A.L. Nutrition club hosts challenges with prizes for top weight loss

Albert Leans have an extra incentive to lose weight and adopt a ... → Read More

Tribune announces 2015 All-Area volleyball team

First Team Hattie Davidson, senior, Northwood-Kensett Davidson, a middle hitter, was the area’s only player to surpass 300 kills. Her total, 303, was fourth in the Top of Iowa Conference’s East Division. She led the Vikings to the area’s second-best record, 18-9. Davidson produced 52 blocks, which was fifth in the area, and she was tied with teammate Shelby Low for eighth in the area with 30 ace… → Read More

ALHS graduates to gather for pigskin tradition

To a group of friends who graduated from Albert Lea High School ... → Read More

Venture off the beaten path this winter season

Opportunities for exercise and fun abound in the winter months at Myre-Big ... → Read More

Brothers make mark at state

For the first time since 2006, the Albert Lea cross country ... → Read More

Full circle on the mat

Former Albert Lea wrestler to start 6th season as assistant → Read More

1st-year head coach leads A.L. girls’ basketball program

Behind a first-time head coach who has four years of playing experience ... → Read More

A.L. man goes the distance

Long-term goals have been the driving force behind the success of Albert ... → Read More

KATE radio hires former Iowa broadcaster as sports director

A new voice for Albert Lea area sports can be heard on ... → Read More

Albert Lea’s Horejsi commits to Minnesota

Minnesota state record holder, national champion and Olympic Trials swimming qualifier Lindsey Horejsi plans to compete for the University of Minnesota next season. After fielding offers from about 40 schools, Lindsey Horejsi made her verbal commitment Tuesday night to join coach Kelly Kremer and the Gophers women’s swimming program. “I’m excited to have finally made a decision,” Lindsey Horejsi… → Read More

Mutual benefits from exercise with a dog

Benefits from walking go hand-in-paw for Larry Larson and his labrador retriever, ... → Read More

Bluejays top Tigers in opener

Bluejays top Tigers in opener Published 3:38pm Saturday, August 22, 2015 The Albert Lea football team lost its season opener 34-0 against Waseca Saturday at Jim Gustafson Field. A full story will follow. Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. → Read More

A.L. volleyball team led by new coach with much experience

Sharing time between the pulpit and the sideline is nothing new for ... → Read More

Mud bog drivers entertain crowd at Hayward Days festival

HAYWARD — Engines and spectators roared as mud took flight at the ... → Read More

Glenville-Emmons coach spends spring, summer on diamond

The end of the school year was far from the conclusion of ... → Read More