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  • motorcyclecrash

    A Norwood Young America man was injured when the motorcycle he was driving collided with a combine on Sunday. According to the Sibley County Sheriff’s Office, 64-year-old Donald Nolan was traveling west on Jessenland Road …

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    21 Oct 16
  • RS Fiber

    Members of the RS Fiber Joint Powers met recently and heard an update on the RS Fiber Cooperative. According to the General Manager Toby Brummer, telephone service is now active in Gaylord and service will …

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    21 Oct 16
  • American Flag

    About 20 Korean War Veterans attended a program Sunday at the St. James American Legion where they were honored for their heroic service to the United States. The program was organized by Beyond the Yellow …

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    21 Oct 16
  • drinking water

    For the past several months, a pilot study for the reduction of ammonia has been taking place at the Lafayette Water Treatment Center. The plant performs well when removing iron from the drinking water, but …

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    21 Oct 16
  • Jim Broich

    For nearly 20 years the Mayor of Sleepy Eye has served on the Region Nine Development Commission representing Brown County. As Jim Broich comes to the end of his career as mayor, it also signifies …

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    21 Oct 16
  • Miguel Vasquez

    This week a pretrial hearing was held in Brown County District Court to present arguments on several motions for the trial of Miguel Vasquez who is accused of murdering his girlfriend Amber Lechuga in 2014 …

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    20 Oct 16
  • Jeffers

    Jeffers city councilors learned at a recent meeting that the owners of two dangerous dogs in Jeffers haven’t signed for the registered latter declaring the dogs dangerous. The city attorney will now serve the dogs’ …

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    20 Oct 16
  • Cleveland public school

    The Cleveland School Board recently submitted building plans to the Minnesota Department of Education. The school board unanimously approved the $18 million dollar proposal at a recent school board meeting. Overcrowding is the main reason …

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    20 Oct 16