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  • Mankato woman sentenced in home arson

    A Mankato woman who was rescued from a house fire in April of 2015 has been sentenced for arson. On Monday 58-year-old Nancy West was sentenced in Blue Earth County Court to 5 years of …

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    21 Jun 16
  • BBQ

    St. Peter residents have a limited time to get pulled pork and ribs from Lone Star BBQ Catering and Event Center. Owners Tom and Mary Svendsen have accepted an offer and will turn over the …

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    20 Jun 16
  • atv accident

    A rural Belgrade man is dead after being pinned under an ATV Saturday afternoon in Kandiyohi County. Authorities report 56-year-old Steven Strand died at the scene. According to the Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office they received …

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    20 Jun 16
  • Police car chase

    A Plymouth man fled police at speeds as high as 140 miles per hour as he traveled through Scott, Le Sueur, Sibley and Nicollet Counties. According to a report filed in Scott County, A Jordan …

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    20 Jun 16
  • Sauk Rapids teen electrocuted and falls

    A teenager from Sauk Rapids is in critical condition after being electrocuted and falling from a bridge. The Sartell Police Department says they were called to the old Sartell bridge over the Mississippi River on …

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    17 Jun 16
  • Travel Channel features Minnesota swimming hole

    The Travel Channel scoured the country looking for America’s “most surprising watery gems” and found one in Minnesota. Quarry Park and Nature Preserve near St. Cloud will be one of 10 “Top Secret Swimming Holes” …

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    17 Jun 16
  • No evidence coffee causes cancer

    There’s no conclusive evidence that coffee causes cancer. The International Agency for Research on Cancer announced the results of a study meant to look at a possible link between coffee and cancer on Wednesday. Back …

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    17 Jun 16
  • Blue Earth County woman honored in Washington D.C.

    A Blue Earth County woman was recently honored in Washington D.C. for her volunteer efforts. Donnette Wheelock has been a hospice volunteer for the past 14 years. Wheelock helps patients with personal needs and offers …

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    17 Jun 16