Custom handmade original fine art and jewelry is hard to find, but Patty Conlin still crafts her own at Stones Throw Studio and Gallery in St. Peter.
The wife of a rural Nicollet County man who sexually abused one of her minor daughters and was caught trying to film another was sentenced to a month in jail and two years of probation on Tuesday morning.
The St. Peter City Council opted not to approve city code changes that would raise the tobacco purchasing age to 21, but proponent’s hopes were not snuffed out.
A St. Peter High School graduate has received a National Science Foundation fellowship to support his graduate school work.
Nicollet County commissioners approved bids for $1.3 million in construction contracts on the sheriff’s building.
The SPHS Speech team earned runner-up honors at Friday’s Section 2A Tourney and had nine entries (11 students) advance to the State Speech Tournament on Saturday at Apple Valley. Fairmont edged St. Peter 130-122 for the team title.
Minnesota’s proposed deer management plan took to the road Monday, with Department of Natural Resources staff listening to citizen input at the Nicollet Conservation Club.
Community members are invited to weigh in on paths to improve St. Peter Public Schools students’ growth in lifetime skills and characteristics.
Michael Ray Caldwell, 26, a client at the Minnesota Security Hospital, was given a stay of imposition on a felony charge of bringing contraband into the security hospital.
St. Peter city and school district staff laid out the framework for adding amenities and maintaining Community Spirit Park at a joint meeting on Monday night.
A Courtland man was arrested after an undercover investigation led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation into child pornography distribution.
St. Peter High School’s Speech team turned in an impressive showing at the Section 2A, North Sub-Section Tournament on Thursday by rolling to a first-place finish with 232 team points, well ahead of the other schools in the 11-team field.
The waiting list for sex offenders to enter a program to prepare them to return to the world outside the Regional Treatment Center is getting longer.