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  • ToddHoffner1

    MSU-Mankato Football Coach Todd Hoffner will reportedly be reinstated soon. The University announced on Wednesday that Hoffner’s administrative leave ended on Monday, and he remains on the MSU payroll. The announcement says that one complaint …

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    20 Dec 12
  • TerryMorrow

    State Representative Terry Morrow of St. Peter is resigning for a new job. Morrow announced his resignation Wednesday. He says he’ll serve out the rest of his current term, which ends on January 8th. Morrow …

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    20 Dec 12
  • Burglar using crowbar to break into house

    Another of the suspects in the burglaries at a restaurant and furniture store in Redwood Falls this past September has been sentenced for the crimes. 18-year-old Dennis Lynn Gines III of Redwood Falls pleaded guilty …

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    19 Dec 12
  • Stabbing

    An 18-year-old Redwood Falls man faces felony charges for allegedly stabbing his step-father over the weekend. James Allen Gardner has been charged with one count of 1st-degree assault and one count of 2nd-degree assault for …

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    19 Dec 12
  • LorenEisenbarth

    A 64-year-old Morgan man was found guilty of 2nd-degree criminal sexual conduct on Tuesday for molesting a young child on a school bus van. Loren Patrick Eisenbarth was driving a van for the company that …

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    19 Dec 12
  • TimothyHuber

    The pre-trial hearing that had been set for Tuesday in the murder case against 46-year-old Timothy John Huber has been rescheduled to January 15th. The hearing in Kandiyohi County Court was canceled because the judge …

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    19 Dec 12
  • Arson

    A recent fire that destroyed a vacant shed near Arlington has been determined to be a case of arson. Investigators say the fire at the Cemstone shed in the woods northwest of the Arlington City …

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    19 Dec 12
  • DrunkDriving

    More than 1,300 Minnesota drivers have been arrested for DWI so far as part of a December statewide enforcement campaign. State officials says the goal is to decrease those numbers. The Office of Traffic Safety’s …

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    19 Dec 12