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  • theft

    A Lake Crystal woman with two prior convictions for stealing from former employers is accused of stealing from another business. Fifty-eight-year-old Vicky Ann Medenwald was charged in Blue Earth County District Court Tuesday with felony …

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    20 Apr 17
  • Cleveland public school

    The Cleveland School Board has filled a vacant seat open because a member of the board resigned earlier this month. Board member Chad Phillips resigned after he was charged with felonies in both Le Sueur …

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    20 Apr 17
  • car accident

    The Springfield woman injured in a crash with a semi on Highway 14 between Essig and Sleepy Eye Tuesday morning suffered a broken leg and bumps and bruises. Leah Larson collided with a semi and …

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    20 Apr 17
  • Highway 14 partnership

    The US Highway 14 Partnership along with Chambers of Commerce across the Highway 14 Corridor recently sent letters to the House and Senate Transportation Chairs and the Governor. These groups called upon state leaders to …

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    20 Apr 17
  • Trap shooting range

    Over 11,000 participants from 343 high school teams are participating in the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League’s 2017 spring season. These are the highest numbers ever for the state. The league allows both …

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    20 Apr 17
  • Cleveland public school

    The Cleveland School Board voted at Monday’s meeting to postpone a building bond referendum process until at least May 2018. Concerns such as whether Governor Mark Dayton’s tax proposal to reduce farmland property taxes landowners …

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    19 Apr 17
  • The City of Henderson has this map posted on their Facebook page

    This Friday will mark the one-year anniversary of Prince’s death. He died at the age of 57 due to an accidental overdose of Fentanyl. Since his passing, Henderson residents have shared stories about the pop …

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    19 Apr 17
  • New Ulm image

    The New Ulm City Council voted to reject a proposed settlement with a New Ulm restaurant regarding a third liquor license violation. In the past 36 months, Plaza Garibaldi has had two confirmed liquor citations …

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    19 Apr 17