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  • JustinBerg

    The attorney for the former Nicollet School administrator accused of stealing nearly $1,500 in district funds has asked for a continuance in the case while waiting for the results of a mental health evaluation. 31-year-old …

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    09 Jan 13
  • ImmigrationCustomsEnforcement

    Eight people remain in custody and two were released for what officials called “humanitarian reasons” after a sweep Tuesday by Immigration and Customs Enforcement at Sparboe Farms in Litchfield — one of the nation’s leading …

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    09 Jan 13
  • SpecialElection1

    Governor Dayton has announced the date for a special election to fill the Minnesota House seat vacated by Democrat Terry Morrow. The election will be held on Tuesday, February 12th to fill the vacancy in …

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    09 Jan 13
  • Judge

    A 15-year-old Sleepy Eye student was charged with felony terroristic threats on Monday in Brown County Court after allegedly making threats towards several area schools. Sleepy Eye Police Chief John Schueller says that a person …

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    08 Jan 13
  • HospitalPatient

    The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is investigating the death of a 26-year-old Nicollet County man who stopped breathing while in police custody. Authorities say that Andrew Derek Layton of North Mankato was found passed …

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    08 Jan 13
  • WaconiaHighSchool

    Fire officials were called to Waconia High School Monday morning after a report of a smoky fire set in a men’s bathroom. Carver County Sheriff’s officials say someone set fire to three rolls of toilet …

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    08 Jan 13
  • MSUMankato

    Officials at MSU-Mankato say that they’ll be conducting a national search for a new football coach. They’re looking to replace Todd Hoffner, who was stripped of the job late last month, despite being cleared of …

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    08 Jan 13
  • Radon

    Radon is the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, and local health officials are encouraging you to test your home. The Department of Health’s Andrew Gilbert says that radon is colorless, odorless …

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    08 Jan 13