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Albert Lea Magazine

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The women behind the blue line

No matter what the case, officers say their primary goal is to help the community Read more

5 days ago by Colleen Harrison.

Finding her soul in the garden

Woman’s flower garden provides an outlet of inspiration for herself and others Read more

6 days ago by Sarah Stultz.

DIY: Unique succulent planters

Sweetly adorable and easy to grow, succulents have been a popular trend for quite some time. Since they’re related to cacti, they don’t require a ... Read more

1 month ago by Submitted.

A different take on a traditional dish

Chicken Noodle Hotdish with Fresh Asparagus Read more

1 month ago by Submitted.

Looking Back: Law enforcement through the years

Albert Lea was granted a city charter in 1878. The county sheriff provided law enforcement in Albert Lea prior to 1878. In May 1878, Ed ... Read more

1 month ago by Submitted.

Why I love Albert Lea

My family moved to Albert Lea during a cold and snowy January many years ago. Sitting in our tiny rental, surrounded by boxes, looking out ... Read more

1 month ago by Submitted.

Health & Fitness: Believing in yourself is first step to start running

Have you ever wanted to run a race, or maybe even just run around our beautiful Fountain Lake, but didn’t know where to start? I ... Read more

1 month ago by Submitted.

Dietician’s Digest: Recipes to enjoy during the upcoming summer months

The following are some recipes to enjoy in the summer provided by Mayo Clinic staff. Read more

1 month ago by Submitted.

Seen: Distance learning

Area students adjusted to distance learning starting the week of March 30, completing assignments from teachers online instead of in the classroom because of the ... Read more

1 month ago by Submitted.

Seen: Pets

Pets were adjusting at the end of March and early April to having more of their owners home from work because of the COVID-19 pandemic. ... Read more

1 month ago by Submitted.

Seen: Happy hearts

To spread positivity during the COVID-19 pandemic, people across the community began placing various designs with hearts in their windows in the last week of ... Read more

1 month ago by Submitted.

Seen: Keeping busy at home

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, schools closed in March, sending many children in the community home and to child care centers during the day. ... Read more

1 month ago by Submitted.

An earlier pandemic

Spanish influenza led to temporary closures, end to gatherings Read more

1 month ago by Sarah Stultz.

Bee friendly to pollinators

Seven flowers you can plant to attract bees and help the environment Read more

1 month ago by Eric Johnson.

Faces of the community band

Residents share how they got involved, what they enjoy about longtime group Read more

3 months ago by Colleen Harrison.

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