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Located on the banks of the Zumbro River Rochester is the home of the Mayo Clinic and the third biggest city in Minnesota. Founded in 1854 by George Head Rochester Minnesota was named after Head's original hometown of Rochester NY. The Chateau Theater is a nationally registered historical place and the building is now home to a Barnes and Noble. Three homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright fall within the city limits, as does the world's largest ear of corn.

Population: 101659
Local Newspapers: The Post-Bulletin
Local Sports Teams: The Rochester A's (Division I Baseball)
Local Colleges: The University of Minnesota Rochester Crossroads College

Zip Codes associated with rochester, minnesota: 55901 55902 55904 55906
Towns/Cities near rochester, minnesota : Shorewood Stewartville Eyota Elgin

Rochester News
Rochester falls to #9 in 2018 Best Places To Live rankings

Rochester ranked No. 9 in Livability's 2018 Top 100 Best Places To Live list that was released this morning, tumbling eight spots after earning the top spot in 2017.

Doorbell video captures porch pirate pinching Pampers

Rochester police have identified a woman who was captured on video - by a homeowner's doorbell camera - as she was allegedly stealing a package of diapers that had been delivered to the house on Tuesday afternoon. In the video , timestamped at 2:27 p.m., the woman walks up to the southwest Rochester home, pausing only to put a cigarette she has in hand into her mouth, and steals the package from the front steps.

Women on Wednesdays takes on sex trafficking

Stephanie Holt, the founder and executive director of Mission 21 in Rochester, said the upcoming panel "Escape from being trafficked: What now?" will illuminate the long journey many sex trafficked people will have to take. January is Human Trafficking Awareness month, and Mission 21 is using the opportunity to educate the general public about the many steps needed for a survivor of sex trafficking to fully recover after they're rescued.

Your time is running out to design a Rochester flag

The second round of the Rochester Flag Project's design contest will close Friday. Organizers are asking that submission be sent to rochesterflagproject@gmail.com as digital files in JPEG or PNG formats, which are easier to work with than PDF files.

One dead in shooting following car crash

Rochester police investigate the scene of a Sunday morning shooting that left one person dead. The shooting reportedly came after a car crash at the intersection of East River Road and 31st Street Northeast.

Will Rochester restaurant's 'igloos' be frozen out?

A set of plastic domes large enough to seat a dozen people each sprang up on a Rochester restaurant's rooftop patio this winter, and for a few weeks, diners delighted in eating outside while posting all-but-made-for-social-media pictures of the domes lit from within and dusted with snow, the city's skyline twinkling in the background. Then city officials had safety concerns.

Kemps is quick to create purple ice cream

Got ice cream? The early days of Kemps Dairy at 406 N Broadway began with Rochester's W.L. Parkin ice cream plant. Marigold Dairies purchased the business in 1928, and proceeded to expand its product line, and add numerous locations and distribution points in Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin and South Dakota.

3 ways to stay mindful in 2018

Mindfulness is all the rage lately, and for good reason. Research shows it helps us enjoy life more, struggle less, and helps us achieve optimal mental health.

Irish artist's Rochester paintings part of new exhibition

A major career retrospective of work by Irish artist Eamon O'Kane , including new paintings of Rochester homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, will open Thursday at the Rochester Art Center . O'Kane, who holds master of fine arts degrees from the University of Ulster in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and the New School University in New York, is currently a professor of visual art at the Bergen Academy of Art and Design in Norway.

UMR students learn from Rochester's 'royalty'

Virginia Mendenhall, the first black person to teach in Rochester public schools, speaks Saturday at 125 Live in Rochester. The event brought together seniors of color and University of Minnesota Rochester Living Learning Communities students, giving them an opportunity to learn about the historical and cultural metamorphosis Rochester has experienced.

Our View: Election year off to rocky start at City Hall

Mayor Ardell Brede gave another indication this week that he doesn't intend to be a wallflower during his final year in office. On Tuesday, Brede vetoed three City Council actions from the first council meeting of the year -- two related actions that advocates have called matters of transparency and ethics, and a third that abruptly grew the number of council members serving on the Personnel Advisory Committee.

Meet Phillip Parrish, your virulently anti-Muslim candidate for governor

Usama Dakdok had appeared at a Rochester library. In anti-Muslim circles, he's something of a minor celebrity, traveling a heartland circuit to proselytize about the evils of that "wicked cult."

Photos: Crime scene investigated Sunday morning

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After a hard past, she had found joy

They were married on the shore of Windsor Lake in April. The trees had just begun to unfurl their bright green buds; the wind still carried a chill.

Editor's note: The only thing that stays the same is change

In terms of irritation level, this may have ranked somewhere between "Where's the remote?" and "Episode to be continued." The Post Bulletin pared down and reformatted its Total TV section last week, removing many of the nationwide cable channels from the weekly broadcast schedule listing.

Zubays and Zorba's connection

I recently reported that the quirky, blue-roofed A-frame building at 924 Seventh St. N.W., best known in recent years as housing Zorba's Greek Restaurant, will soon be demolished. In addition to the exit of one restaurant, the column also spotlighted the opening of the Hot Chip burger bar by t Hot Chip is the next generation of Zzest, which was created by the Zubays' parents, LeeAnn and Jerry Zubay.

Film student, Rochester native, finds drama on home turf

Kayla Arend, front, a student in New York University's graduate film school, shot a short film last month in Salem Corners. "It's always fun to bring my work home," said Arend, a Rochester native.

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