Jordan Willi is a reporter for the New Richmond News. Previously, he worked as a sports reporter at the Worthington Daily Globe in Worthington, Minnesota. He also interned at the Hudson Star Observer for two summers and contributed to the Bison Illustrated sports magazine at North Dakota State University.
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Despite less than ideal 24 hours period of weather, this year’s New Richmond Relay For Life was able to raise $96,481.06. The number was just short of this year’s goal...
Following a 27-year teaching career, Somerset Elementary first-grade teacher Lesli Johnson will clean up her classroom for the last time at the end of the school year.
June is also Alzheimer’s Awareness month.
After taking one student to last year’s SkillsUSA national competition, the New Richmond High School team was able to advance two students, seniors Tyler Flanum and Colton Jenderny, to this year’s competition June 22-26 in Louisville, Ky.
Following a more than an hour long discussion about the future of the Community Commons, the New Richmond School District Board of Education approved a resolution in regards to what the school district wants to see happen at the Commons during its June 15 board meeting.
For my entire life, my mother has been the primary cook in the family and has made virtually every meal we have eaten at our kitchen table. She is the reason that I love homemade food and why I feel like it almost isn’t worth going out to eat any more because every meal she makes, with a very few exceptions, is just that good.
According to a Minnesota Department of Corrections press release sent out on Wednesday monring, Patrick James Buswell, who had escaped from a minimum security unit at the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Stillwater...
This year’s New Richmond Relay For Life Co-Chairs both experienced cancer in a different way, but they are both more than ready to share their experiences with those who will listen.
Ever since she was a little girl, Sally Caspersen has wanted to be a teacher. “I love teaching. That is always what I did as a little kid, I’d play...
After being forced to cancel last year’s seventh-grade Amazing Race due to mass illness of students, New Richmond Middle School seventh-graders were extremely excited to get the chance to take...