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  • death-investigation

    The Renville County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a death. According to authorities the sheriff’s office received a call Friday morning reporting a person with a self-inflicted gunshot wound west of Renville County Road 5 one …

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    13 Jun 15
  • ATVRollover

    The Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Office released the identity of a driver and passenger involved in a June 5th ATV accident. Twenty-year-old Zachery Steven Kroyer was driving and one of the passengers was 18-year-old Terry …

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    13 Jun 15
  • CriminalSex

    A Madelia man has been charged with two felonies of alleged sexual abuse. Sixty-six-year old Leslie Paul Johnson has been charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct with a child younger than 13 over a two …

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    13 Jun 15
  • Sump Pump Inspection

    The New Ulm Public Utilities Commission initiated a citywide inspection of residential sump pumps recently in an effort to fix those that are improperly connected. The inspections are expected to take place throughout the summer. …

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    13 Jun 15
  • pancakes

    The New Ulm Farm-City Hub Club pancake grillers will be serving a June Dairy Month pancake breakfast Saturday morning at the Brown County Fair Grounds. The breakfast will be held from 7-9:30 a.m. when the …

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    12 Jun 15
  • drought1

    Drought has been a discussion Minnesotans have been having for the past several years. But for the first time in over six months Minnesota is drought free. A map released by the U-S Drought Monitor …

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    12 Jun 15
  • u of m athletics

    The University of Minnesota Gophers made an unexpected stop in Nicollet last week. The Gopher Road Trip was running late between events in Mankato and Hutchinson and the U of M Athletics made the executive …

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    12 Jun 15
  • nursing home

    Last month the Minnesota Department of Health took over the nursing home facilities in Faribault and Owatonna after the original owner could no longer afford the investment. On Thursday residents and employees learned that the …

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    12 Jun 15