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  • murder trial

    A Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Agent, friends and family testified this week during the on-going murder trial of 28-year-old Miguel Vasquez. Thursday’s proceedings centered on a tablet found in Vasquez’s apartment with incriminating searches …

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    24 Feb 17
  • Babe Ruth photo

    In 2016 Boyd Huppert of KARE 11 TV was awarded an Emmy for his “Land of 10,000 Stories” series on local Sleepy Eye men and their quest to find stories on the Babe Ruth visit …

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    24 Feb 17
  • New Ulm Public School

    The New Ulm Public School Board approved capitol improvement projects at their recent meeting. The board approved four projects for the middle school, Jefferson Elementary and the Washington Learning Center. Projects include a portion of …

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    24 Feb 17
  • Arsonw

    The Redwood County Attorney’s Office recently filed charges against two former Redwood County residents for arson. Thirty-five-year-old Deitrick Aaron Gill and 31-year-old Tasha Nicole Comstock were each charged with one count of second-degree arson and …

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    24 Feb 17
  • WatonwanCountyCourthouse

    A mean wearing women’s clothing and claiming to be Jesus when he was caught inside a rural Madelia property owner’s home has been charged. Twenty-three-year-old Michael David Anderson of Sioux Falls, South Dakota was charged …

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    23 Feb 17
  • Franklin

    Councilors at a recent Franklin City Council meeting learned that in the next election voting by mail may be a possibility. Cities with less than 400 registered voters are eligible to return ballots by mail. …

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    23 Feb 17
  • DEED

    Two local communities were recently awarded grants that will increase the number of child care providers in Greater Minnesota communities. Brown County United Way of New Ulm has been awarded a $21,0000 grant. Brown County …

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    23 Feb 17
  • Amboy woman charged with Welfare fraud

    An Amboy woman has been charged with welfare fraud after receiving assistance she wasn’t entitled to by falsifying documents. According to the criminal complaint, the investigation began when an absent parent reported that the children …

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    15 Feb 17