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  • Brown County

    The Brown County Highway Department will be holding three public informational meetings throughout the county to explain the additional funding needed to maintain the roads and bridges of Brown County. In 2013 the Minnesota Legislature …

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    24 Aug 15
  • VietnamVeteransMemorial

    After three years of fundraising and planning community members dedicated the St. James Veterans Memorial Saturday morning. Commissioner of Veterans Affairs Larry Shellito gave the keynote speech to a group of several hundred that gathered. …

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    24 Aug 15
  • Princess Kay 2014

    On Wednesday Minnesota’s dairy community will kick off the Great Minnesota Get-Together by celebrating the coronation of the 62nd Princess Kay of the Milky Way. Reigning Princess Kay Jeni Haler of Norwood Young American representing …

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    24 Aug 15
  • veterans memorialw

    In appreciation for all veterans the Sibley County Veteran Services Office is offering a free charter bus to Camp Ripley Tuesday. Minnesota Voices from Vietnam is a new exhibit on display at Camp Ripley along …

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    24 Aug 15
  • CriminalSex

    A Fairmont man is facing four counts of criminal sexual conduct after allegedly sending nude photos of himself to underage girls. According to the criminal complaint, 19-year-old Benjamin Scott Abel sent pictures of a sexual …

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    22 Aug 15
  • TextingWhileDriving

    A 40-year-old mother of two was bicycling north of Glencoe April 26th when she was struck by a car driven by a 25-year-old woman from Prior Lake. A complaint filed in McLeod County says Emily …

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    22 Aug 15
  • Hutchinson High School

    The Hutchinson School Board decided not to remove board member Lori Hornick-Lindell following a guilty plea for fourth-degree driving while impaired. For the board to remove Hornick-Lindell it would require a hearing that cost cost …

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    22 Aug 15
  • John LaDue

    A judge has decided that a Waseca teen who has been accused of plotting to blow up his high school will be tried as an adult. John LaDue will be considered an adult on all …

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    22 Aug 15