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  • Sleepy Eye Food Shelf

    Brown County farmers and their farm organizations donated $3,450 to the county’s three food shelves in New Ulm, Sleepy Eye and Springfield. Each food shelf received $1,150 to be used for hams and turkeys. Even …

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    22 Mar 16
  • Cash Ownes

    Truman’s Waverly Township has an auctioneer extraordinaire and he is only 11-year-old. Cash Owens, son of Dan and Leah Owens, was featured on Steve Harvey’s “Little Big Shots” on Sunday. Owens showcased his auctioneering talent …

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    22 Mar 16
  • Police line

    A 7-month-old-infant was found dead at a home in Meeker County over the weekend, but authorities are saying the death doesn’t appear suspicious. The sheriff’s office says it received a report of an unresponsive baby …

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    21 Mar 16
  • North Mankato police

    The Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified the female found in the Minnesota River over the weekend. 33-year-old Jessica Ann Kuhle was found Saturday afternoon by the depot in North Mankato. Police say there …

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    21 Mar 16
  • Minnesota Riverw

    A body was recovered from the Minnesota River Saturday after noon. Shortly after 3:30 p.m. authorities received a call of a female body in the river near the depot in Mankato. Mankato, North Mankato and …

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    21 Mar 16
  • arrestw

    Two St. James residents have been charged in a knife altercation in Watonwan County. Twenty-three-year-old Tucker Steven Style was charged with felony second-degree assault and felony fifth-degree assault. According to the criminal complaint, Style has …

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    21 Mar 16
  • Making a Murder

    The attorney who represented the defendant in the Netflix crime drama Making a Murder will visit Minnesota State University in Mankato April 6th. The Wisconsin defense attorney for Steven Avery will speak about the criminal …

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    21 Mar 16
  • Otters

    While otters are common in southern Minnesota, there was a time when they were locally extinct here. Thanks to conservation efforts by the Department of Natural Resources, they have made a comeback. In the early …

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    21 Mar 16