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  • National FFA

    The FFA National Convention is underway in Indianapolis. Officials estimate there will be more than 60,000 FFA members in the city for the event. The convention includes leadership and career development, events, concerts, competitions and …

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    20 Oct 16
  • Driving under the influence

    A Kilkenny woman whose blood alcohol was twice that of the legal limit when she struck and killed a motorcyclist was charged Tuesday in Le Sueur County District Court. Fifty-one-year-old Kimberly Marie Strangler was charged …

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    19 Oct 16
  • assaultchargesw

    A Gibbon woman is facing charges after she stabbed her boyfriend while intoxicated. Forty-five-year-old Monica Franchesca Morena was charged Tuesday with second-degree assault. According to the criminal complaint, Gibbon police responded to a bar in …

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    19 Oct 16
  • New Ulm image

    After a long discussion, the New Ulm City Council denied a noise variance for PROformance Auto Start located in the alley at 117 North Broadway. Owner of the business, Dan Horner, says his business installs …

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    19 Oct 16
  • Redwood County Fair

    The Redwood County Fair announced recently on its website that the dates for the 2017 fair have been set. Work has already begun for the fair scheduled for July 12-16. Attendance for the 2016 fair …

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    19 Oct 16
  • Sibley County

    Sibley County is one of 5 Minnesota communities to receive a grant to work toward community-wide support of people touched by dementia and Alzheimers. Dementia-Friendly grants support care partners and make it possible for people …

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    19 Oct 16
  • Miguel Vasquez

    Attorneys involved in the trial of Miguel Vasquez who is accused of murdering his girlfriend, Amber Lechuga in 2014 near Sleepy Eye, argued numerous motions on Monday in Brown County District Court. Prosecutors argued for …

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    18 Oct 16
  • Poaching

    The Minnesota Court of Appeals says a lower court was right to dismiss charges in a high-profile poaching case after authorities put a GPS device on a man’s truck without a warrant. The appeals court …

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    18 Oct 16