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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
Construction to start Wednesday on West Circle Drive intersection
ROCHESTER, Minn. Construction is scheduled to begin Wednesday for a new intersection at West Circle Drive and 3rd Street NW.Too political for Stillwater parade?
The St. Croix Valley Women's Alliance will not be allowed to march in the Lumberjack Days parade in Stillwater. David Ratte, the parade director, said Tuesday that the group's application to march in the July 22 parade was rejected after a close review.Authorities: Teenager, mother assaulted during Rochester incident
ROCHESTER, Minn. Charges are possible after a 19-year-old female and her mother were allegedly assaulted Sunday afternoon.Our View: What are your priorities in 2018 city elections?
Rochester voters will elect a new mayor and potentially change the direction of the City Council in the primary election on Aug. 14 and the general election on Nov. 6. What are the decisive issues facing the city? Rochester voters will elect a new mayor and potentially change the direction of the City Council in the primary election on Aug. 14 and the general election on Nov. 6. What are the decisive issues facing the city? Last week, we asked Facebook users to identify five key issues that candidates for Rochester mayor and City Council should be talking about.Heard on the Street: New skyway coffee shop opens in downtown Rochester
Cafe Steam kicked things off Monday, after taking over and revamping the skyway spot occupied by a Starbuck's Coffee shop in the DoubleTree Hotel at 150 S. Broadway. That's next to the Blu H2O Salon .Lens on History: Welcome to East Rochester
West of the river, Fourth Street flourished while the east side languished. Early pioneers even made reference to Rochester and East Rochester.Inmate may face additional charges for assaulting officers
An inmate at the Olmsted County Adult Detention Center allegedly spit at two detention deputies and then threw urine-soaked toilet paper at another last Friday. The inmate, Frank Towers, 40, of Rochester, has been held since May 20 on a second-degree assault charge, said Capt.Holly Ebel: These shrimp make big splash
Janet Webb, who owns Kedron Valley Farm near Spring Valley with her husband, Larry, has had live shrimp at the farm since May 2017. One of the live shrimp at Kedron Valley Farm.Heard on the Street: Longtime Med City store to turn into storage
An inventory liquidation sale is underway to empty out the 50,000-square-foot store at 3030 Seventh St. NW A Land Development Application filed with the City of Rochester last week shed some light on what will probably happen next to the Trade Mart complex. Wasatch Storage Partners of Utah filed an application, which stated that "the proposed project consists of converting the existing furniture store into a climate-controlled self-storage facility."Photos: Rochesterfest 2018
Juan Borine, right, finishes attaching belly cloth to the food stand as Les Schrock, middle, of St. Charles, and his great-granddaughter Alayna Brommerich, 10, of Altura, order cheese curds during Rochesterfest on Monday, June 18, 2018, at Soldiers Field Park in Rochester. Nanny Kelly McIntyre, left, and Grason Toussaint, 3, both of Rochester, eat a corn dog and french fries for lunch during Rochesterfest on Monday, June 18, 2018, at Soldiers Field Park in Rochester.Studying heart disease after death can help the living
Autopsy is often an overlooked source of medical insight which may be hindering advances in cardiovascular medicine, according to new research published in a special issue of the American Heart Association's journal Circulation . "Autopsy is a source of discovery that informs the way we think about disease systemically," said Jeffrey E. Saffitz, M.D., Ph.D., co-editor of the special issue and chair of the department of pathology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.Arrest made in connection with assault at hotel
The 55-year old victim said his girlfriend was punching him, kicking him and swinging at him with a scissors, said John Sherwin, interim Rochester Police chief. The man, who called police from the hotel's front desk, had bite marks on his knee and minor slashing wounds, Sherwin said.Our View: Rochesterfest keeps things fresh, year after year
Isaiah Remme, 4, of Rochester, makes a piece of rope with the help of John Koenigs, with the Mechanical History Roundtable, during the annual Country Breakfast on the Farm, among the opening events of Rochesterfest Saturday. This year's breakfast was at the Behounek Dairy near Hayfield.Storms to drop another inch across area
Fortunately, the rain won't cause much pain across Southeast Minnesota this week, other than cloudy skies, rained out activities and a few river levels that are elevated with some minor flooding by the end of the week along the Mississippi River. By 8 a.m. today, 1.38 inches of rain had fallen on Rochester, according to the National Weather Service in La Crosse.Minnesota woman marks 10 years as a priest
Kathy Redig, founder and pastor of the All Are One Roman Catholic Church, in Winona, Minn., says Mass in the Lutheran Campus Center on Huff Street. Redig and the church will be celebrating their 10-year anniversary Sunday, June 10, 2018.Congressman Keith Ellison Campaigns in Rochester
ROCHESTER, Minn.- Democratic Congressman Keith Ellison made his rounds across southern Minnesota reaching out to voters. Ellison stopped at Rochester Dunn Brothers Coffee to speak to voters about why he wants to become the state's next attorney general.Lift Bridge color
Crews working on the rehabilitation of the Stillwater Lift Bridge got their first sneak peek of the bridge's new color scheme on Friday, June 15, 2018. The bridge's spans are green and the railings are gray.Seen and Heard: In a new chapter, Siple comes home as an author
With family still in the area and a lifetime of memories, it is no surprise that Joe Siple still sees Rochester as "home." "My childhood days in Rochester were idyllic.Your Style: Sandra Knutsen
I met my husband Bill at Costco. Yes, you really can find everything at Costco," quips Sandra Knutsen, who works at the Rochester store's membership desk.Is Rochester's beer glass half full or half empty?
LTS Brewing Co. head brewer Brandon Schulz checks a mash tun in the brewery. LTS is one of four breweries that have opened in Rochester in the past five years.
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