Frost News


12/09/2018 03:11 AM  ~~~Source~~~
County has 5-year plan for highways 

The proposed construction plan for Faribault county highways and bridges was the main topic of discussion for the Faribault County Commissioners last Thursday, Dec. 6. Although it is a five year plan, the first two years, 2019 and 2020, garnered the most attention because costs and available money are more subject to change in years three through five. Mark Daly, the county engineer said, "We have been in discussion with several cities, so we have made some modifications to accommodate what they would like to do."


12/07/2018 10:35 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Faribault Co. eyes road plan 

County Engineer Mark Daly said the plan for 2019 is basically set in stone. Roads slated for improvements next year include County Road 12 west of Winnebago, County Road 15 in the Delavan area and County Road 23 south of Bricelyn.


12/03/2018 05:10 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Minnesota researchers study soil 

Research fellow Lindsey Otto-Hanson, center, and researchers Jon Anderson, left, and Mariah Dorner, right, perform an experiment measuring the resiliency of soil samples' microbiomes when exposed to a pathogen invasion inside of a University of Minnesota greenhouse on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018. University of Minnesota plant pathology professor Linda Kinkel Ph.D. stands for a portrait inside of a University of Minnesota greenhouse in St. Paul, Minn.


12/02/2018 05:24 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Frost native has been a smokejumper for over 30 years 

That quote, by Mel Tenneson, states very simply the goal of a smokejumper, which has been Tenneson's occupation for over 30 years. Following his graduation from Blue Earth, Tenneson journeyed north to Brainerd where he attended vocational school at what is now Central Lakes College.


11/13/2018 08:45 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Ventura visits next Minnesota governor, and talks pot 

Former Gov. Jesse Ventura leaves a meeting with Governor-elect Tim Walz inside the Minnesota State Capitol on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018. Ventura says he likes Walz because "none of his ads were negative, and neither were mine."