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  • Pheasants Forever

    Redwood County Pheasants Forever recently donated over $6,000 to support local schools in their participation in the Minnesota High School Clay Target League. Redwood Valley and Wabasso teams both received enough ammunition from the local …

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    05 May 16
  • TrainCrossing

    A Mankato man suffered only minor injuries after the vehicle he was driving collided with a train Monday evening north of Mankato. Twenty-five-year-old Brian Schaller of Mankato was driving west on 238th Street toward Highway …

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    04 May 16
  • Yanping Wang

    The massage parlor owner charged with prostitution in New Ulm made her first appearance in Brown County Court Tuesday. Fifty-two-year-old Yanping Wang appeared in front of Judge Robert Docherty to hear her rights. She received …

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    04 May 16
  • Ballotw

    Brown County Auditor-Treasurer Jean Prochniak attended a three-day seminar recently regarding new information for the upcoming elections. Prochniak explains that voters in the Townships of Albin, Cottonwood, the City of Hanska, Lake Hanska, Linden, Mulligan …

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    04 May 16
  • Sleepy Eye Chamber of Commerce

    The Sleepy Eye Chamber Board of Directors announced Tuesday that they appointed Christina Andres as the new Executive Director of the Sleepy Eye Area Chamber of Commerce. Andres will assume her new role as director …

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    04 May 16
  • Tourism Person of the Year 2016

    The New Ulm Chamber of Commerce named their Tourism Person of the Year Tuesday afternoon at a ceremony held at the Chamber Office. George Glotzbach was recognized for his efforts in promoting tourism in and …

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    04 May 16
  • Ambulance

    A 33-year-old Mankato woman found dead in the Minnesota River in March had drugs and alcohol in her system when she died. The medical examiner’s report released Monday determined the cause of Jessica Kuhle’s death …

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    03 May 16
  • Pills

    A Truman man discovered he has Hepatitis C after he tried to donate blood to the Red Cross last year. He made an appointment with his family doctor and the test was positive. His doctor …

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    03 May 16