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  • MargaretSchneider

    Authorities in Nicollet County have tossed out the case against an 86-year-old St. Peter woman accused of voter fraud. Margaret Schneider voted by absentee ballot last year, and then showed up again in August to …

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    03 Apr 13
  • MNStatePatrolSquad

    The Minnesota State Patrol says March has been a particularly dangerous month for troopers. Four squad cars have been hit as troopers assisted motorists along Minnesota interstates and highways, including a crash on Saturday when …

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    03 Apr 13
  • Dollars

    Minnesota House Democrats are proposing $250-million in property tax relief, including a boost in refunds available to homeowners, new credits for renters and an increase in aid to local governments they say should reduce reliance …

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    03 Apr 13
  • JeffBertrang

    GFW Superintendent Jeff Bertrang is scheduled to officially enter his resignation during a special GFW School Board meeting this (WED) evening, and the New Ulm District 88 School Board is scheduled to officially approve Bertrang’s …

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    03 Apr 13
  • Firefighters

    The investigation into the cause of a Saturday night house fire in the City of Sacred Heart continues, and the State Fire Marshall’s Office is assisting the Renville County Sheriff’s Office. The fire on the …

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    02 Apr 13
  • Arson

    A Fairmont man facing arson and terroristic threats charges pleaded Not Guilty in court on Monday, and the case will now go to trial. 20-year-old Timothy Jude Brickner is accused of starting a fire in …

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    02 Apr 13
  • OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

    A Gibbon area dairy farmer who is once again facing criminal charges in connection with selling unpasteurized milk and other food products is scheduled to be in court today (TUE). 59-year-old Michael Hartmann is accused …

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    02 Apr 13
  • LegacyAmendment1

    A legislative fight over parks and trails money is brewing between rural and urban lawmakers. Officials from metro organizations are reportedly unhappy with how the state divides $80-million in parks and trails funding – one …

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    02 Apr 13