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  • PheasantPlate

    Minnesota’s newest “critical habitat” license plate is now available, and features a ring-necked pheasant. Since 1995, sales of the critical habitat license plates have helped generate more than $34-million. The DNR’s Lori Naumann says those …

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    04 Nov 13
  • Bloodmobile3

    The American Red Cross Bloodmobile is making several stops around the area this week, including at some local schools. Eligible donors can Give The Gift Of Life from 1 to 7pm today (MON) at the …

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    04 Nov 13
  • LeviMinissale

    A Blue Earth County judge on Friday granted the defense another 30 days to complete the psychological examination of a man accused of murdering a Mankato woman last June and trying to kill her husband. …

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    02 Nov 13
  • RandyDanielson

    The owner of part of New Ulm’s Marktplatz Mall was arrested on Friday. Randy Danielson was taken into custody after failing to appear in court on a theft charge earlier in the week. Danielson is …

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    02 Nov 13
  • GolfCart

    A Henderson man accused of driving a golf cart while intoxicated and seriously injuring a teenage girl has entered guilty pleas in Sibley County Court. 22-year-old Jared Arden Reiman was charged with 3 felonies and …

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    02 Nov 13
  • JeffreyMatthews

    A Watonwan County judge has denied a request to dismiss a felony theft case against a Watonwan County fraud investigator. 54-year-old Jeffrey Matthews of New Ulm is accused of claiming that he worked a full …

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    02 Nov 13
  • RobertShoemaker

    The attorney for a local area teacher accused of hitting a student in the head with a backpack says she’s surprised the educator is facing a misdemeanor assault charge. St. Peter High School Science Teacher …

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    02 Nov 13
  • McLeodCountyCourthouse

    The McLeod County Board has agreed to proceed with the proposed expansion and security upgrades at the county jail in Glencoe. The $7-million plan was recently approved with 2 modifications: that the north entrances to …

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    02 Nov 13