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  • CriminalSex

    The sexual abuse case against a former teacher at a boarding school in Faribault has been dismissed. A former student at Shattuck-St. Mary’s told police in November that Joseph Machlitt had abused him in 1980. …

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    05 Apr 13
  • HospitalPatient

    The Minnesota Department of Health has confirmed two flu-related deaths during the last week of March. Influenza has now claimed a total of 186 lives in our state since the flu season began in October, …

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    05 Apr 13
  • EBT card

    A New Ulm woman faces felony charges in Brown County Court over allegations that she used her son’s EBT card without permission. 50-year-old Maria Lewandowski has been charged with financial transaction card fraud and wrongfully …

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    05 Apr 13
  • Dollars

    Minnesota House Democrats are hoping to ease uncertainty created by a call to cut $150-million from state health and social service budgets by vowing increased payments to nursing homes and similar caregivers. Democrats made the …

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    05 Apr 13
  • JeffBertrangHeadshot

    The GFW School Board on Wednesday accepted the resignation of Superintendent Jeff Bertrang and officially released him from his contract with the district, and about an hour later he was officially hired by the New …

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    04 Apr 13
  • ChildAbuseToddler

    A Henderson man accused of physically abusing his girlfriend’s 15-month-old daughter is scheduled to be in court for an Omnibus Hearing today (THU). 24-year-old Bryan Christopher Delbridge has been charged with felony 3rd-degree assault, domestic …

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    04 Apr 13
  • ScottSchaible

    A drug raid at the home of an Eagle Lake businessman this week led to additional charges being filed, including receiving stolen property, insurance fraud, and possession of child pornography. 50-year-old Scott Michael Schaible made …

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    04 Apr 13
  • MNLegislature

    Minnesota lawmakers are pushing a new grant program that would give government rebates and bonuses to companies that upgrade facilities and add new jobs. The proposed $18.5-million “Minnesota Job Creation Fund” is a feature of …

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    04 Apr 13