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  • TrainCrossing

    A  privately owned locomotive derailed eaerly Friday morning. The incident took place on tracks owned by Co-op of Hanska. The derailment did not result in any injuries and did not interrupt other retial traffic. Rybeck …

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    26 May 18
  • Alcohol

    A man who was sentenced Tuesday to a year in the Watonwan County Jail for refusing to take an alcohol breath test was arrested the next day for the same charge in Mankato. The judged …

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    26 May 18
  • Redwood Hospital

    The City of Redwood Falls and Redwood Area Hospital continue to get the world out about the city’s upcoming sale of the hospital to Carris Health, a new regional health system. Carris Health is a …

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    26 May 18
  • Brown County

    Lynn Anderson has formally announced his candidacy for Brown County Commissioner in the County’s Fifth Commissioner District. Anderson made the annoucement days after Commissioner Dennis Potter said that he would not seek another term. Anderson …

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    26 May 18
  • American Red Cross

    The American Red Cross Minnesota Region recently honored local heroes who have gone above and beyond their duties to help others this past year. Sleepy Eye’s Bev Bartz, a blood drive volunteer was named the …

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    26 May 18
  • PrincessCrown

    Two girls with connections to Hector will be heading to Orlando, Florida to compete in the National Miss United States Pageant.  Kylie and Kennedy Christenson are the daughters of Bethany, formerly of Hector and also …

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    25 May 18
  • Police lights

    We are entering into the 100 deadliest days on Minnesota roads.  Mike Hanson, director of the Office of Traffic Safety says that starting today (Friday), many motorists will hit the road for the long weekend.  …

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    25 May 18
  • Agriculture

    This week brought warm and dry conditions to the area.  This enabled farmers to make good progress on planting and corn fields are starting to turn the landscape green.  According to the Southern Minnesota Research …

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    25 May 18