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  • Mending Spirits

    The founders of the non-profit organization Mending Spirits Animal Rescue are accused of stealing funds before they resigned from the organization. Tamara and Darren Scherer of Mankato have reached a civil settlement by the new …

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    01 Nov 17
  • theft

    A former Seneca Foods employee has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $35,000 dollars from company. Forty-five-year-old Chad Alexander Phillips of Elysian pleaded guilty to felony theft Monday in Fairibault County District Court. Phillips made …

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    01 Nov 17
  • Palmer Amaranth

    Minnesota ag experts are concerned to see Palmer amaranth has been found in a fourth county in Minnesota. All strains of Palmer amaranth have been found in conservation seed mixes and have gotten into row …

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    01 Nov 17
  • Serving Our Troops

    In 2004, six St. Paul restauranteurs and food purveyors flew into Greece to visit 1500 U.S. troops and brought with them steaks and a satellite signal to a jumbo screen in downtown St. Paul where …

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    01 Nov 17
  • K9 police dog

    The McLeod County Sheriff’s Office K9 Kilo has received a bullet and stab proof vest thanks to a charitable donation from the non-profit organization Vest Interest in K9s. The program is open to dogs actively …

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    01 Nov 17
  • sentencing

    The driver who killed a motorcylist last fall in Le Sueur County was sentenced to jail Monday in Le Center. On October 16th, 2016, newly retired 65-year-old Ed Lipscomb was out for a motorcycle ride …

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    31 Oct 17
  • Pedestrian struck

    A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle in Fairmont Monday morning and airlifted to Rochester. Police say 68-year-old Burrel Kolonich of Lansing, Michigan was struck by a vehicle on the 600 block of Summit Avenue …

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    31 Oct 17
  • Gaylord Police

    A Gaylord Police Officer has been placed on paid administrative leave after a signed complaint was received by Police Chief Tony Padilla. The complaint is in regards to a traffic stop Dan Reich conducted in …

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    31 Oct 17