St. Peter News


02/17/2018 03:58 PM  ~~~Source~~~
In St. Peter, Minn., question isn't for whom the bell tolled, but where 

The Arts and Heritage Center in St. Peter was demolished by a tornado in 1998. A bell was seen in the ruins of the center, then it disappeared.


02/16/2018 01:58 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Rev. Dr. Luverne Charles Tengbom 

A Life Well Lived The Rev. Dr. Luverne Charles Tengbom May 30, 1919 January 21, 2018 "For me to live is Christ and to die is gain" The Rev.


02/15/2018 08:13 PM  ~~~Source~~~
The Latest: Donor identifies mystery southern Minnesota bell 

A rural St. Peter man who anonymously donated a large school bell to a history center stepped forward Thursday. Steve Scholl says he dropped the bell off near a back door four years ago.


02/10/2018 09:22 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Hospitalized veteran with PTSD tells of killing father at Fergus Falls home 

Dustin Defiel, 30, is shown at the Minnesota Security Hospital in St. Peter, Minn., a secure psychiatric hospital, during a recent interview. Randy Cadwell / Forum News Service Rick Defiel was shot and killed by his son Dustin Defiel in the family's Fergus Falls, Minn., home on June 1, 2016.


02/07/2018 12:15 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Dozens swept up in pre-Super Bowl sex-traffic sting operation 

FILE PHOTO: A 46 year-old man was arrested during a prostitution sting in in St. Peter, Minn., in 2017. ] CARLOS GONZALEZ A cgonzalez@startribune.com - May 31, 2017, St. Peter, MN, Southern Minnesota law enforcement agencies are ramping up sex trafficking stings as officers across Minnesota try to tackle decreasing the demand for buying sex.


02/02/2018 03:11 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Highway 14 plans attract a lot of interest 

U.S. Highway 14 evening rush-hour traffic backed up at several intersections in Courtland, as dozens of people mulled over designs of a proposed four-lane expansion project at the Courtland Community Center Feb. 2. The project remains unfunded, but the Minnesota Department of Transportation is advancing the design and environmental processes to be prepared for potential program funding from entities including the Minnesota Legislature's Corridors of Commerce. Much of the four-lane highway project will follow the existing two-lane route.