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  • LotteryTix

    A North Mankato woman is facing a felony state lottery fraud charge over accusations that she stole scratch-off tickets from a business in Springfield and cashed them in at a convenience store in Redwood Falls. …

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    07 Nov 13
  • PropaneTruck

    Governor Dayton issued an Emergency Executive Order on Wednesday extending a state of emergency in Minnesota due to the late maturing of the corn crop across the upper Midwest. Under the Executive Order, drivers transporting …

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    07 Nov 13
  • Detours

    The detour on Highway 68 at the junction with Highway 169 in Mankato was removed Wednesday, and the highway was re-opened to traffic. Motorists travelling on Highway 68 had been detoured since mid-July to allow …

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    07 Nov 13
  • Crash

    A Madelia woman was injured this (WED) morning when her car hit a deer on Highway 14. It happened at just before 6:30am at the junction with Blue Earth County Road 17 near Eagle Lake. …

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    06 Nov 13
  • TaylorAnderson

    A trial date has been set for a 19-year-old Worthington man accused of forcing a 16-year-old Cobden girl to have sex with him. Taylor Anderson reportedly met the girl through a friend on Facebook. The …

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    06 Nov 13
  • NUCityCouncil2

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday approved an ordinance dealing with the penalties for liquor license violations. The city has a 2-tiered penalty system for businesses selling alcohol that do or do not participate …

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    06 Nov 13
  • Close-up of fresh snow on a windshield.

    Most of the snow that fell last (TUE) night stayed on the expected track, from the southwest corner of the state, across the Twin Cities, and into northern Wisconsin. Snowfall amounts varied widely across the …

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    06 Nov 13
  • Voted

    Voters in 5 local area school districts voted on referendum questions Tuesday. The Nicollet School District asked for an additional $450 per-pupil for the next 3 years, and it was approved with 339-Yes votes to …

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    05 Nov 13