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  • SleepyEyeSchool

    The Sleepy Eye School Board on Thursday approved a contract for Superintendent John Cselovszki through 2018 that calls for $3,000 annual salary increases over the next 3 years. The pay hikes are an around 2.5% …

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    11 Jul 14
  • ECigarette

    The Sleepy Eye City Council discussed E-cigarette regulations for the community this week, and voiced interest in modifying the city’s tobacco ordinance to include the electronic nicotine-delivery devices. Sleepy Eye currently has a moratorium on …

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    11 Jul 14
  • Fire

    A barn in rural Janesville was destroyed by a fire Wednesday afternoon. The fire was reported at around 10:45am, and crews from 4 area communities spent around 4 hours on the scene battling the blaze. …

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    10 Jul 14
  • Crash

    Four teenagers were injured in a crash on Highway 60 near Mountain Lake Wednesday night. It happened at around 10:30pm at the intersection with Cottonwod County Road 1. A Pontiac G-6 driven by a 16-year-old …

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    10 Jul 14
  • MichaelUnderland

    The Minnesota Court of Appeals has upheld the ruling against a Bird Island man convicted of assault and sentenced to 68 months in prison. Michael Jon Underland was involved in a late-night scuffle with another …

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    10 Jul 14
  • CarChase2

    A statewide speed enforcement campaign kicks off today (THU) across Minnesota with around 400 law enforcement agencies participating. State Patrol Sergeant Jesse Grabow says that the goal is not to write a bunch of speeding …

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    10 Jul 14
  • NUEagles

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board is scheduled to vote on a resolution to fill a school board vacancy by appointment during it’s study session meeting this (THU) evening. The open seat on the …

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    10 Jul 14
  • Fire

    A fire early Thursday morning in Waterville has destroyed an historic building.  Crews from eight different cities were called out around 6:30 am as the Rogers Building which was built in the late 1800s was …

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    03 Jul 14