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  • Lions Club

    The Lafayette Kiddie Park is undergoing improvements. In cooperation with the City of Lafayette the Lafayette Lions are connecting with their community as part of the Lion’s Centennial Community Legacy Project where Lions all over …

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    08 Aug 17
  • bike sharing

    More than 200 people have used the bike-sharing program at Sportsmen’s Park in Sleepy Eye. A rack holding six bikes can be rented for a dollar fifty and 50 cents per half-hour of riding. This …

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    08 Aug 17
  • Waconia man dies from assault in St. Cloud

    A St. Cloud man is facing murder charges after allegedly punching another man in the face early Saturday that resulted in his death. Twenty-two-year-old Anthony Shriver of Waconia was walking home with a group of …

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    08 Aug 17
  • plane crash

    A plane crash at the Hector Municipal Airport on Sunday afternoon seriously injured a passenger in the plane. The crash investigation revealed a fixed wing single engine Ultralight aircraft flown by 75-year-old Gary Bipes was …

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    07 Aug 17
  • ATV

    A special vehicle ordinance recently approved by the New Ulm City Council will take effect on Labor Day. In order to legally operate a special vehicle on city streets within the City of New Ulm, …

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    07 Aug 17
  • Road open

    Nicollet County Road 5 opened Friday afternoon, 15 days ahead of schedule. The projects included a round-about at the entrance to the new St. Peter High School and a right-turn lane onto 361st Avenue. The …

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    07 Aug 17
  • Mountain Lake

    A birthday over the weekend makes a Mountain Lake woman the oldest resident of the state. Lena Dick celebrated her 112th birthday. Lena is known for making quilts and afghans, the last one she made …

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    07 Aug 17
  • Man shot by police in Willmar still hospitalized

    The man shot by Willmar Police on July 22nd remains hospitalized at St. Cloud Hospital and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says the two officers who shot him remain on administrative leave. The Kandiyohi …

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    07 Aug 17