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  • Beyond the Yellow Ribbon

    Renville County will be officially named a “Yellow Ribbon Community” this week during a special ceremony featuring Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton. Yellow Ribbon communities are dedicated to supporting service members, military families and veterans through …

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    06 Dec 12
  • Dollars

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board is holding a Truth In Taxation hearing this (THU) evening, and members of the public will have an opportunity to comment. In September the school board approved the …

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    06 Dec 12
  • TomDecker

    Flags are flying at half-staff in Minnesota today (WED) in honor of Cold Spring Police Officer Tom Decker, and around 2,000 law enforcement officers from around the country are expected to attend the funeral services …

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    05 Dec 12
  • StopSticks

    A Redwood Falls man is in custody after allegedly leading authorities on a high-speed car chase that lasted for a total of 38-miles through Redwood and Renville Counties. A Renville County Sheriff’s Deputy had attempted …

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    05 Dec 12
  • DerekShumski

    A 29-year-old Grenada man is in custody after a home invasion in Elmore over the weekend. Derek Shumski allegedly kicked in the door of a home on Mill Street in Elmore at around 5:45 Saturday …

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    05 Dec 12
  • RalphGriffin

    A Mankato man accused of assaulting 2 people with a knife over the weekend made his first appearance in court on Monday. Bail was set at $40,000 with conditions or $150,000 without for 43-year-old Ralph …

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    05 Dec 12
  • JailCell

    A 76-year-old New Ulm man that had been facing felony terroristic threats charges for threatening a jail administrator was convicted of lesser charges on Tuesday in Brown County Court. Duane Charles Marstone pleaded guilty to …

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    05 Dec 12
  • DriveSober

    With another holiday season here, the Minnesota State Patrol is gearing up for more extensive patrols. There were over 29,000 impaired driving incidents in Minnesota last year, with nearly 2,000 of those being underage drivers. …

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    05 Dec 12