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  • Identity_theft

    Two people who are living and working in the country illegally were recently charged with identity theft. A Texas woman reported that she was denied assistance because records show she was working at Butterfield Foods. …

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    16 Feb 17
  • Nicollet County Sheriffs office

    The Nicollet County Board of Commissioners approved Tuesday to send an investigator to Nebraska for training focused on sex trafficking. Investigator Marc Chadderdon will attend training sponsored by the National Center for Missing and Exploited …

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    16 Feb 17
  • GFW

    A Gibbon-Faifax Winthrop senior on the Lady T-Birds Girls Basketball team scored her 3,000th career point during a game against Tri-City United in Winthrop February 11th. Following the game Head Coach Ryan Jacobson congratulated Halley …

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    16 Feb 17
  • criminal charges

    A 23-year-old translator at St. James High School is facing felony sexual criminal conduct charges for having a romantic relationship with a 16-year-old student. Denisse Ramirez was  charged Tuesday with fourth degree criminal sexual conduct. …

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    15 Feb 17
  • auto theft

    A car thief left a note with his name and phone number in a garage from where he stole a car. A Nicollet County Sheriff’s Deputy was on his way to check on an abandon …

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    15 Feb 17
  • theft

    A 33-year-old St. James man is facing felony charges for stealing a $5 winning lottery ticket and cashing it in. According to the criminal complaint, the victim reported that the lottery ticket was stolen from …

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    15 Feb 17
  • Spring_Weight_Restrictions

    Spring Weight Restrictions on Brown County roads will go into effect on Friday morning to coincide with weight restrictions imposed by the Minnesota Department of Transportation South Zone. All county roadways are restricted to five, …

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    15 Feb 17
  • Legislative session

    Local lawmakers are working on getting funding for Highway 14 and Corridors of Commerce at the state capitol. A bill put forward by the Highway 14 Partnership and co-authored by State Representative Clark Johnson of …

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    15 Feb 17