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  • Harvest

    While its been a soggy past couple of days in southern Minnesota, some parts of the state have been dry enough for farmers to begin harvesting at a slow pace. President of Minnesota Farmers Union …

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    27 Sep 17
  • Giant Pumpkin

    A family in Kasota has a 1,000 pound pumpkin growing in their garden. Andy Cramblit and Angela Guentzel of Guentzel Family Farms say the circumference of the pumpkin is nearly 14 feet. Cramblit estimates the …

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    27 Sep 17
  • handcuffs

    A former Watonwan County Sheriff committed suicide shortly after being questioned about allegations of sexual abuse. The Blue Earth County Sheriff’s Office says it was investigating 83-year-old Jack KEech about sexually abusing two girls he …

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    26 Sep 17
  • GFW

    The final Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop proposed bond referendum meeting held in the elementary school cafeteria drew a large crowd Monday night. The district will hold a special election November 7th seeking voter approval on two ballot questions. …

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    26 Sep 17
  • Protests

    A group of protestors gathered outside the Mayo Clinic Health System in Fairmont Monday to protest the closing of the Lutz Wing Nursing home. The decision to close the long-term facility has sparked controversy since …

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    26 Sep 17
  • Welfare fraud

    A Mankato woman was charged in Nicollet County District Court on Friday with welfare related crimes. According to the Nicollet County Sheriff’s Office an investigation into 48-year-old Shawna Wolfe revealed that she obtained over $93,000 …

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    25 Sep 17
  • New Ulm Medical Center staff

    The New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce announced today the Business of the Year. New Ulm Medical Center Administrator Toby Frier says the medical center has worked closely with the New Ulm Chamber over the …

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    25 Sep 17
  • Jacob Macdonald

    The funeral for a Dassel-Cokato High School sophomore will be held this week. Fifteen-year-old Jacob MacDonald of Howard Lake died Friday from a reaction to a peanut allergy. MacDonald was at a friend’s house a …

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    25 Sep 17