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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.
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
'Brutal' domestic assault ends with standoff at Gamehaven
The search for a man who allegedly brutally beat a woman for four hours, then threatened to take his own life, led more than a dozen law enforcement officers to Gamehaven Scout Reservation on Wednesday night. Patrick O'Connell's alleged threats to take his own life, beginning at 6 p.m., drew at least 15 law enforcement officers from the Rochester Police Department and the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office to the heavily wooded 262-acre boy scout camp.Day in History: Hampton Bar-Caf destroyed by fire
A plan for a new, 420-student elementary school at the new Holy Spirit Catholic Church was announced. a Ana Wobbrock was medalist to lead Rochester Community College to a win in a three-team RCC Invitational golf meet.Answer Man: Does Rochester need a new flag?
Dear Answer Man: Could you explain to me why we are spending money on a new flag when our flag is a beautiful flag now? - Never Waver Dear 13 Folds: Unless you are one of the generous donors who have contributed to the all-volunteer effort to propose a new flag, you are not paying for it. The Rochester Flag Project was started by a handful of Rochester residents who want to replace a flag they consider dated and uninspiring.Sherwin sworn in as interim police chief
Rochester Police Capt. John Sherwin was sworn in as the city's interim police chief this morning, as outgoing Chief Roger Peterson heads into retirement.End of the line for Freight Yard
April was the final month for Rochester's Freight Yard Bar and American Restaurant at 821 Civic Center Dr. NW. The former gas station-turned-bar along Civic Center recently went dark, possibly this past weekend, following some uncertainty earlier this month.VIDEO: Olmsted County's Most Wanted
The Olmsted County Sheriff's Office features five wanted individuals weekly in hopes to create awareness and hopefully gain information on the location of those highlighted. This video highlights individuals wanted as of April 25, 2018."You can't find a bigger classic than the Bible"
The cast of Jesus Christ Superstar rehearses a scene from Andrew Lloyd Weber's rock musical recently at Peace United Church in Rochester. The show runs May 4 through May 20. The cast of Jesus Christ Superstar rehearses a scene from Andrew Lloyd Weber's rock musical recently at Peace United Church in Rochester.Running for a reason with TerraLoco
"We try to look at all the benefits running can have," she said. "Not just winning a race or beating a time, but managing mental illness."Authorities: Warrant yields drugs as Rochester man arrested
ROCHESTER, Minn. A man suspected of selling drugs has been arrested. Richard Betts, 51, is being charged with second-degree possession of a controlled substance and third-degree possession of a controlled substance after authorities conducted a search warrant in the 1600 block of Marion Rd. SE.Holmes announces campaign for Rochester's Ward 1
"There will be a lot of conversations while I'm campaigning, and just as many when I'm elected, she said in a press release announcing her campaign this morning. "I believe you can always find a solution when you respect diversity of thought and truly approach issues collaboratively."Search warrant turns up meth
A Rochester man could face charges after meth and other drugs were discovered at his home during a Tuesday morning search. The search warrant was executed at the 1600 block of Marion Road Southeast by the Criminal Interdiction Unit, said Lt.New owners have big plans for former IBM campus
The new owners of Rochester's almost 500-acre IBM campus say that filling a site like this with tenants is its "sweet spot." "These things do take time.Alert for record collectors: Rochester show is Sunday
The spring edition of the Rochester Record Show will be held Sunday at the Cornerstone Plaza Hotel Soldiers Field, 401 Sixth St. SW. A dozen dealers will be on hand to buy and sell records, CDs and music memorabilia.Minnesota Boychoir has Rochester concerts this weekend
The first concert is at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Redeemer Lutheran Church, 869 Seventh St. SE. The choir will also sing at a worship service at the church at 5:30 p.m. The second concert is at 2 p.m. Sunday at Evangel United Methodist Church, 2645 N. Broadway.Something to chew on in the buckthorn battle
Triton Girl Scouts Sydney Naze, 8, middle, of West Concord, and Katya Wheeler, 10, right, of Dodge Center, feed goats buckthorn while learning about them Sunday, April 22, 2018, at Camp Edith Mayo in Rochester. Jake Langeslag, of Goat Dispatch, talks about his goats to Girl Scouts on Sunday, April 22, 2018, at Camp Edith Mayo in Rochester.Answer Man: If a tree falls in the forest, who pays?
O Arbor-King, answer me true. I own a property where a tree that sits on our property line broke yesterday due to heavy snow and maybe old age.A new effort to address sexual harassment
ROCHESTER, Minn. The MeToo movement continues to bring awareness to sexual assault and harassment.
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