The City of St. Michael has a key project in its summer stable, and an open house for the new roundabout at MacIver Avenue and Frankfort Parkway is set for […]
Local Preview: Crowded Fields for STMA School Board, ISD 728 as Well
A look at the local school board elections impacting STMA communities.
Editor’s Note: Due to discrepancies in reporting, this article is being updated and clarified from the general election article posted yesterday. NWCT apologies for the errors and any confusion caused. […]
Trial for Buffalo Allina Clinic Gunman to begin Monday
Jury selection in the murder trial of Gregory Ulrich begins today, Thursday, May 12, 2022 at the Wright County Justice Center. Ulrich is charged in the Feb. 9, 2021 shooting […]
DEVELOPING: Hudson, Lucero and Hendrickson All Enter Legislative Race after Redistricting
Hours after redistricting maps were released by the Minnesota Supreme Court, familiar faces entered the race to the State Capitol.
With redistricting maps causing major changes to Wright County legislative districts once again after a decade of continued – if interrupted – growth, a trio of familiar faces tossed their […]
Buffalo Strong: Sheriff Remembers Events of One Year Ago
Submitted by the Wright County Government News Staff Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021 started like just about any frigid February day in Buffalo. People were moving quicker than the usual to […]
Trial Scheduled for Accused Buffalo Clinic Gunman
The state's first high profile trail of 2022 will take place in Wright County.
Wright County Attorney Brian Lutes announced Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022 the schedule for the trial of Gregory Ulrich. Ulrich is accused of shooting multiple victims at the Allina Crossroads Clinic […]
Former Albertville Mayor, Ron Klecker, Dies at 89
Klecker was, arguably, "Mr. Albertville," leading the community through growing pains and helping create a vision for more than just an outlet mall.
Truth be told, I knew of Ron Klecker LONG before I came to St. Michael-Albertville. Klecker, the former mayor of Albertville, died at the age of 89 last Friday. He […]
Wright County to Lower Flags for Staff Member Killed in Murder/Suicide
The Rockford woman was killed in an act of domestic violence last month.
Wright County facilities will lower their flags to half mast from sunrise to sundown on Friday, April 2 in honor of a woman slain in an act of domestic violence. […]
Longtime Albertville Resident, County Commissioner Earns WCEDP Award
Former Commissioner Mike Potter was named Outstanding Citizen of the Year
Former Wright County Commissioner Mike Potter may be done in his capacity of serving the residents of Wright County as an elected official, but he was honored by the Wright […]
City of Albertville Approves Industrial Facility for Town’s Northwest Corner
Once pegged as a possible location for a “Mall of Entertainment,” a plot of agricultural land on Albertville’s northwest corner has now been committed as the site of the city’s […]
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