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  • Bloodmobile

    The American Red Cross is holding several blood drives around the area this week. The Bloodmobile will be at the Redwood Falls National Guard Armory from 1 to 7pm both today (MON) and tomorrow (TUE), …

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    21 Oct 13
  • NUChamberLogo

    The New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce has announced that the 2013 “Industry Of The Year” is the New Ulm Graphics Industry, consisting of Apitz Printing, Beacon Promotions, Lime Valley, Madsen ink, Master Graphics, Preferred …

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    21 Oct 13
  • RecreationalTrail

    The City of St. Peter has approved the plans for a new privately-funded recreational trail in Traverse des Sioux Park. The trail will be used for bicycling, walking, running, and snowshoes in the winter, and …

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    21 Oct 13
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    Two men are being investigated by several law enforcement agencies for allegedly using a tow truck to steal automobiles. The Mankato Department of Public Safety says they became aware of the thefts when a woman …

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    14 Oct 13
  • SchoolBusAccident10.11.13

    An unidentified man is dead after crashing into a school bus in Martin County Friday morning. It happened at around 11:40am Friday at the intersection of 20th Avenue and 90th Street  southwest of Sherburn, and …

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    12 Oct 13
  • CriminalSex

    A 19-year-old New Richland man is facing criminal sexual conduct charges for the alleged sexual assault of a 15-year-old girl earlier this month. The victim told investigators that Samuel Richard Jewett sexually touched her several …

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    12 Oct 13
  • HalfStaffFlag

    Governor Dayton has ordered flags be flown at half-staff at state and federal buildings in Minnesota today (SAT) in honor of Corporal Harold Evans.  A Korean War veteran, Evans was reported missing in action in …

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    12 Oct 13
  • ClickItOrTicket

    A statewide Click It Or Ticket seatbelt enforcement campaign continues this weekend. Around 400 Minnesota law enforcement agencies have increased their patrols in an effort to encourage motorists to buckle up. Nearly half of all …

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    12 Oct 13