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  • JeffreyOlson1

    The superintendent of the St. Peter School District has been named the 2013 Minnesota Superintendent of the Year. Jeff Olson is being honored by the Minnesota Association of School Administrators based on his communication skills, …

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    12 Oct 12
  • Harvest

    Despite the drought that parched the rest of the country, 2012 is shaping up to be a record year for many Minnesota farmers. The US Department of Agriculture projects that Minnesota farmers will harvest 1.39 …

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    12 Oct 12
  • Pheasant

    The City of Marshall is hosting the second annual Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener this weekend. Cal Brink with the area Chamber of Commerce says Dayton’s visit isn’t about politics. He says it’s more about what …

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    12 Oct 12
  • CarCrash

    A 21-year-old Olivia woman was injured Wednesday morning when her car hit a sign near Westbrook. The accident happened at about 10:30am on Highway 30. Hilary Mages was driving a Ford Fusion westbound when she …

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    11 Oct 12
  • Crash

    A Morgan man was hospitalized Tuesday morning following a one-vehicle accident in Renville County. It happened at just after 6am on County Road 17 about 4 miles south of the City of Renville in Emmet …

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    11 Oct 12
  • SemiTruck

    A truck driver from Iowa faces felony charges in Nicollet County Court for allegedly stealing a tractor and trailer from a Courtland-based trucking company. 43-year-old Sean Garrett was charged with 2 counts of felony theft …

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    11 Oct 12
  • ISD88SchoolBoard

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board will be hearing a presentation on the River Bend Education District during it’s monthly “Listening Session” meeting this (THU) evening. The presentation will detail special education services within …

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    11 Oct 12
  • EthanolPlant

    The Minnesota Department of Agriculture says the ethanol industry generated $5-billion for the state’s economy last year. The department’s report says ethanol supported more than 12,600 jobs and added $912-million to the value of the …

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    11 Oct 12