Prinsburg News

08/18/2018 06:17 PM  ~~~Source~~~
A hometown newspaper writes its own obituary and then writes its second act 

"We wanted to go out with a bang," said publisher Ted Almen, who oversaw the 6,124th and final edition of the Raymond-Prinsburg News on the Fourth of July. The News was the third Minnesota newspaper to go out of business in the first six months of this year.

07/30/2018 10:44 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Seniors act, foster care changes among new laws to take effect Wednesday 

Laws aimed at protecting seniors from fraud and keeping siblings in foster care connected are among new laws that take effect Wednesday. The following is a list of select new laws passed during the 2018 legislative session that take effect Wednesday.

07/06/2018 09:01 PM  ~~~Source~~~
After nearly 118 years, small-town Minnesota newspaper closes its doors 

The Raymond/Prinsburg News ceased publication with a July 4 edition. Publisher Ted Almen said readers will continue to have their local news covered.

06/06/2018 05:24 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Construction season in full swing 

Summer and road construction are often synonymous and that's the case within the city of Pipestone this year. The Minnesota Department of Transportation's U.S. Highway 75 street project has been underway since May 7, and the city has already finished with its underground utility project on that same road.