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  • Kiwanis Holiday Lights_Mankato

    The Mankato Kiwanis Club is being considered along with 53 other districts worldwide in the 2017 Kiwanis International Signature Project Recognition program and contest. Kiwanis Holiday Lights marks its sixth season this year. The event …

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    04 Apr 17
  • Schells

    Beer fans across the state named Schell’s Brewery as the champion in the Star Tribune’s Ultimate Beer Bracket Challenge. For the past several weeks the Star Tribune has been running the competition with the March …

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    04 Apr 17
  • CarCrashw

    A two vehicle collision at the intersection of Augusta Drive and Highway 22 intersection resulted in two people receiving non-life threatening injuries. The state patrol says a Kia Sorento driven by 24-year-old Jennifer Lea Thompson …

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    04 Apr 17
  • car accident

    No one was injured Saturday afternoon in a Renville County crash involving two vehicles. The Renville County Sheriff’s Office says 82-year-old Gene Kirgiss was traveling north on 425th Street, about 2 miles northeast of Bird …

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    03 Apr 17
  • Brown County Humane Society

    A new chairperson is taking over duties at the Brown County Humane Society. Amy Bloedel officially took over in February. She replaced Gerald Woodley who resigned last December. As the chair of the Board of …

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    03 Apr 17
  • Arts Center of St. Peter

    The Arts Center of St. Peter and a Henderson farm are partnering to deliver foot to “starving artists.” The farm’s Community Supported Agriculture program delivers fresh, seasonal produce to paying members each week from June …

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    03 Apr 17
  • New Ulm image

    A New Ulm man will be leaving for Germany in May as the Jans Joohs intern. Jon Braegelmann is set to depart for Germany May 5th. He will be interning at three different jobs. Braegelmann …

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    03 Apr 17
  • Fort Ridgley golf course

    A tentative agreement between the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and the City of Fairfax has been reached for a 5-year-lease agreement for the city to operate the golf course at Fort Ridgely State Park. …

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    31 Mar 17