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The West Central Tribune Sportscast podcast and other content is published regularly on the WCT Minute podcast channel. Subscribe and listen to the West Central... [Read More]
Community and high school art events will be printed each Wednesday in this calendar up to two weeks in advance. The deadline is noon Friday.... [Read More]
In place of tipping, many restaurants have introduced a service charge model. But what exactly does the service charge do, and is this what the... [Read More]
Art classes and meetings in the area... [Read More]
Residents will be able to drop off all prescription and over-the-counter medication that is expired and no longer needed, as well as vaping devices that... [Read More]
Section playoffs get underway on Tuesday... [Read More]
Exhibits on display in the next month... [Read More]
An editorial cartoon by Bruce Plante. [Read More]
Museum hours and special events in the next month... [Read More]
Summary: Should this trend continue to weaken the foundations of democracy, so that Americans no longer accept an election result with which they disagree —... [Read More]
The weekend will be rather seasonal for the region with a chance of showers arriving for some on Sunday. [Read More]
Southwest Minnesota Arts Council events in the next month... [Read More]
American Opinion: Powell was "simply and completely, a leader," Secretary of State Antony Blinken stated Monday. " … He gave us his decency." [Read More]
The Willmar Parks and Recreation Board has recommended that the Willmar City Council permanently close the indoor gun range in the basement of the Willmar... [Read More]
Area funerals scheduled through Oct. 27, 2021. [Read More]
The Tribune publishes Records as part of its obligation to inform readers about the business of public institutions and to serve as a keeper of... [Read More]
Top-ranked Bulldogs shut out Cardinals 17-0 in regular-season finale... [Read More]
St. Cloud Tech scores a hard-fight 3-2 MCAC victory over the Warriors... [Read More]
Paynesville improves to 6-2 despite big game from Monte's Francis O'Malley... [Read More]
About 100,000 individuals were exposed and clinical disease occurred in 20,000 people, 10,000 of whom were hospitalized, according to Science Direct website. [Read More]
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