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  • Montgomery Council reverses decision and lets chief resign

    Three weeks after the Montgomery City Council’s controversial decision to terminate the city’s police chief due to performance issues, the council recently reversed its decision of termination and instead accepted Jim Schmit’s resignation and entered …

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    02 May 17
  • Pedestrian struck

    A Stewart pedestrian suffered a broken leg after being hit by a pickup while crossing Highway 212 in Stewart Saturday. The state patrol says 26-year-old Jacob August Lentz was walking across Highway 212 when he …

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    01 May 17
  • car accident

    The Renville County Sheriff’s Office responded to the report of a two vehicle accident in Renville County south of Danube in Henryville Township around 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon. A preliminary crash investigation revealed that a …

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    01 May 17
  • Arsonw

    Two women are in custody at the Kandiyohi County Jail on suspicion of arson. The Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of medical assistance. After deputies arrived at the home they smelled smoke …

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    01 May 17
  • Cleveland public school

    Students at Cleveland Public School recently raised over $3,000 to support a now retired long-time physical education teacher. Dave Kreink’s life was turned upside down January 30th when he was diagnosed with Leukemia. Kreinke retired …

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    01 May 17
  • Toro

    For the third time in 5 years, Toro has donated to the Comfrey School. This time the school received a 2016 diesel powered mower with a 72-inch-deck and zero-turn capability with a total estimated value …

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    01 May 17
  • Not guilty

    The Hutchinson City Attorney sent a letter to Hutchinson Police recently saying there are no circumstances existing to obtain a guilty verdict against a former employee of the Hutchinson Adult Training and Habilitation Center and …

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    29 Apr 17
  • Olivia

    The Olivia City Council and the city’s Economic Development Authority approved purchasing the former Monsanto campus. The more than 10-acre campus will be purchased by the city and the buildings will be re-purposed for use …

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    29 Apr 17