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    A Hutchinson man caught in an online prostitution sting operation is facing drug and prostitution charges. 36-year-old Adam D. Burnell answered an advertisement placed by an undercover officer acting as a prostitute to request services. …

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    13 Dec 17
  • police chase

    A Mankato teenager who allegedly stole a pickup and lead authorities on a high speed chase was sentenced recently. 18-year-old Gavin Richard Hill was convicted Monday of felonies for auto theft and fleeing police in …

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    13 Dec 17
  • Scott Sanders

    A St. James man has entered the race for the recently vacant District 23B seat. The vacancy comes after Tony Cornish resigned from the position amid sexual harassment allegations. Republican Scott Sanders, a St. James …

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    13 Dec 17
  • Grain Belt sign

    The iconic Grain Belt sign in Minneapolis will shine brightly again thanks to New Ulm’s Shell’s Brewery. The brewery owns and has brewed the Grain Belt brand since 2002. To make the event happen Schell’s …

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    13 Dec 17
  • fatal  car crashw

      Three people including a one-year-old child were killed in a crash near Morton Saturday afternoon.  The state patrol says a 2002 Ford Windstar was southbound on Highway 71 and a 2009 Mitsubishi Galant northbound …

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    10 Dec 17
  • fatal  car crashw

    Three people including a one-year-old child were killed in a crash near Morton Saturday afternoon.  The state patrol says a 2002 Ford Winstar was southbound on Highway 71 and a 2009 Mitsubishi Galant northbound on …

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    10 Dec 17
  • Road construction

    By mid-December New Ulm residents and Highway 14/15 motorists will see construction workers getting ready for the construction of two bridges and an interchange at the Highway 14/15 and County Road 21 intersection. The preliminary …

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    05 Dec 17
  • Lafayette Fire

    A little more than a month after fire destroyed two buildings in downtown Lafayette the city is still waiting on insurance to rebuild. In late October a building owned by Dennis Fenske caught fire and …

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    05 Dec 17