FarmFest begins on Tuesday with focus on trade, farm bill, boidiesel and political landscape

By |2018-08-06T17:25:18-05:00August 6th, 2018|

FarmFest near Redwood Falls is underway through Thursday with plenty of events focused around Minnesota's political landscape, along with discussions on water quality, trade and biodiesel. Farm Management Analyst Kent Thiesse says the political candidate forums will feature numerous topics for those running in the November election. "Ag trade and the farm bill will be the highlight topics of discussion. Then obviously things like rural healthcare, workforce immigration issues and all of those kind of issues will be part of it too. But those other two issues right now are in the forefront. Especially the congressional ones, when we get to the [...]

Obituary divulges woman’s affair in small town Minnesota

By |2018-06-06T14:40:30-05:00June 6th, 2018|

A revealing obituary divulging a woman's affair in a small Minnesota town in the 1960s has gotten more exposure than its writers may have imagined. The death of 80-year-old Kathleen Dehmlow in Springfield was published this week in the Redwood Falls Gazette. The obituary begins with Dehmlow's birth in 1938 and notes her marriage in 1957 to Dennis Dehmlow in Wabasso and the arrival of children Gina and Jay. Then it takes a bitter turn and describes how she became pregnant by her husband's brother, moved to California and abandoned her children. The paid obituary goes on to say that she [...]

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