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  • Le Sueur County2

    The Le Sueur County Board has set preliminary levy at an increase of 6 percent at a recent meeting. Commissioners unanimously agreed that the $1.1 million dollar increase will likely drop before the 2017 levy …

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    03 Oct 16
  • Ambulance

    A 37-year-old man from Watkins was airlifted to a Minneapolis hospital Sunday after his hand was crushed in a corn-picking machine. The Wright County Sheriff’s Office says the man was working on unplugged the machine …

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    03 Oct 16
  • Le Sueur County

    Homeowners on German-Jefferson Lakes were told a year ago that their non-compliant septic tanks must be updated by 2017. A $30 million dollar plan proposed by Le Sueur County Commissioners to connect all 900 properties on …

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    03 Oct 16
  • Gustavus Adolphus College

    A Gustavus Adolphus College student was threatened September 26th as she was heading across campus to a presidential debate party. The female victim was dressed in clothing supporting Donald Trump when she was accosted by …

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    03 Oct 16
  • St. James

    A St. James graduate recently received a significant promotion with the U.S. Navy. Sara Dahl Coyne was advanced to Chief Petty Officer, Master at Arms. Coyne, the daughter of Karen Dahl and the late Joe …

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    03 Oct 16
  • Old Highway66

    The Old Highway 66 or County Road 1 in Mankato between Gwyn Avenue and Indian Lake Road has been re-opened. The road was closed following recent heavy rainfall that caused slope failure and unstable soil …

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    30 Sep 16
  • Highway 14 partnership

    Residents and business leaders along the U.S. Highway 14 corridor from Rochester to New Ulm support increasing the gas tax to pay for the state’s transportation needs. Nearly 700 residents from Brown, Blue Earth, Nicollet, …

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    30 Sep 16
  • flooding

    All water and sewer restrictions in St. Clair have been lifted after city officials announced the waste water treatment plant is back in operation. Recent heavy rains caused water from the Le Sueur River to …

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    30 Sep 16