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  • boil-water-advisory

    The Minnesota Department of Health has lifted the boiling water advisory in Hector.  The advisory was issued Thursday and lifted Saturday.  Test results have indicated no bacterial contamination.  However, residents are encouraged to flush all …

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    06 Jun 16
  • Crime scene

    Authorities say a woman found beaten in a park in central Minnesota has died and three people have been arrested.  Wright County authorities say 19-year-old Cheyenne Clough of Buffalo died Saturday and a man and …

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    06 Jun 16
  • German Park amphitheater

    The Concert in the Park series will hold their first concert of the series Monday night (tonight) at German Park beginning at 7 pm.  The Concord Singers will open the series.  Each Monday night thru …

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    05 Jun 16
  • hyvee

    Hy-Vee is voluntarily recalling one of its salad toppings and additional trail mix products due to possible contamination with Listeria moncytogenes.  The products include Hy-Vee garden style toppings, Trail mix bars, peanut almond dark chocolate …

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    05 Jun 16
  • MnDotLogow

    A stretch of Highway 68 in Brown County will be resurfaced beginning Monday (today).  Milling and overlay is planned on the highway section between Brown County Road 29 to the north junction with Highway 4. …

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    05 Jun 16
  • arrestw

    A Franklin man has been charged after agents said he had almost 300 grams of methamphetamine.  Bruce Risen was sentenced to over seven years in prison Thursday in Brown County District Court with credit for …

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    05 Jun 16
  • drinking water

    The Minnesota Department of Health is telling Hector residents to boil their water before drinking it. According to officials a loss of pressure in the system could potentially cause backflow and bacterial contamination. All water …

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    03 Jun 16
  • butterfield odin school

    The Butterfield-Odin School Board unanimously approved a 2-year superintendent contract with a superintendent who interviewed May 5. Jerry Reker has accepted the position. Reker’s contract will pay a salary of $60,000 for 120 days in …

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    03 Jun 16