Katrina Styx started working at the Hastings Star Gazette 2010 as a reporter. She became the editor in 2016. She has a bachelor's degree in English with a minor in journalism from the University of Wisconsin - River Falls. Prior to coming to Hastings, Katrina reported for weekly newspapers in Jordan, Minn., and River Falls, Wis.
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Hastings, Minn. Haley Comfort Systems in Hastings, Minn. is undergoing a few changes this month. The Rochester-based company is selling its Hastings showroom, located at 122 W. Third St., to a Wisconsin-based company, Comfort By Design.
HASTINGS, Minn. -- This Friday, Black Dirt Theater is launching two productions in Hastings. Both the annual dinner theater production and the improv comedy season start this week. Black Dirt’s dinner theater is a small-cast production, held in the banquet hall at The Onion Grille. This year’s dinner theater show is “On Golden Pond,” a story made popular first on Broadway in 1979 and again as a movie in 1981. It returned to the stage in 2005. The story is focused on family.
HASTINGS, Minn. -- There’s a new business in downtown Hastings. On Sept. 22, Creative Hair Designs featuring SISTERfab opened at 109 East Second St. The business is a wig salon...
POINT DOUGLAS, Minn. -- This summer, traffic between Hastings and Prescott will see some big changes on the road. The Minnesota Department of Transportation plans to begin a reconstruction project...
Mike Hatfield, a Wisconsin resident and a professional gunsmith, wanted to take a vacation. He decided to take a few months to paddle a canoe the entire length of the...
Hastings firefighters conducted an ice water rescue Wednesday morning with an unusual victim. At about 7:40 a.m., the fire department was called to a report of a deer that had...
Hastings’ elected officials and city staff are hoping to get on board with a new project coming to the Mississippi River. Viking Cruises, a Swiss company, is the largest river...
It’s election season – prime time for political arguments to heat up.
The next time you see a monarch butterfly fluttering around, take a moment to thank Amy Miller.
At first, when Áslaug Warmboe’s family told her she was going to be on TV, she thought it was a joke.