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  • Firefighters

    The Springfield Fire Department fought a grass fire in the Department of Natural Resources wildlife management area Sunday afternoon. Some private property and crop land was involved in the fire. Comfrey Fire Department was called …

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    17 Nov 16
  • State security hospital

    The Le Sueur County Board has agreed to revise a proposed ordinance restricting where sex offenders can live within the county. This proposal was born from concerns over a plan the Department of Human Services …

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    17 Nov 16
  • Le Sueur County

    Landowners on German Jefferson Lakes in Le Sueur County have come up with a solution to get their septic systems in compliance by the end of 2017. The Le Sueur County Board recently passed a …

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    17 Nov 16
  • Thanksgiving_Travel

    Triple A projects that 48.7 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from home this Thanksgiving, an increase of one million travelers compared with last year. This year’s increase in travel is spurred by …

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    17 Nov 16
  • Redwood Hospital

    Redwood Area Hospital has been recognized by iVantage Health Analytics and the National Organization of State Office of Rural Health for overall excellence in Quality and Financial Strength, reflecting top quarter performance among all rural …

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    17 Nov 16
  • car accident

    One person was injured Tuesday evening when a vehicle rear-ended a Case Combine on Highway 14 in Blue Earth County. The state patrol says the combine, driven by 23-year-old Colin J. Abrahamson of Mankato and …

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    16 Nov 16
  • prostitution

    A Litchfield Councilman arrested following a prostitution sting targeting men who solicit sex from underage girls has resigned from his position. The council will address the resignation of Dwight Loronsen who represents ward 3 at …

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    16 Nov 16
  • Bank Midwest ground breaking

    New Ulm’s Bank Midwest broke ground this morning for a 6,700 square foot building on the corner of Broadway and Center Street. Bank President Shannon Hillesheim says the new building will allow the bank to …

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    16 Nov 16