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  • PM Beef Windom

    Businessman Glen Taylor has finalized the purchas of PM Beef Processing in Windom that closed down in December. Taylor purchased the assets including the plant that employed 260 people. Taylor said earlier this month he …

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    24 Feb 16
  • courtw

    A date for an omnibus hearing has been set for a Truman man accused of attempted murder and attempted rape with a dangerous weapon. Thirty-five-year-old Jesse Motley is accused of entertaining his neighbor’s apartment and …

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    23 Feb 16
  • Medical_Symbol

    A long-time Blue Earth County Coroner has been replaced after a judge threw out a death examination he had done due to his lack of qualifications. Dr. Dennis Gremel was appointed as county coroner in …

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    23 Feb 16
  • La Plaza Fiesta

    The Madelia City Council approved worked with the Madelia golf course for a temporary lease to operate the Mexican restaurant. La Plaza Fiesta owned by Krystal and Daniel Hernandez was damaged in the February 3rd …

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    23 Feb 16
  • fishing license

    Minnesota fishing, hunting and trapping liecenses for 2015 expire Monday, February 29. License for 20126 are now available by telephone at 888-665-4236. All 2016 fishing licenses become effective Tuesday, March 1st. Anglers who purchase the …

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    23 Feb 16
  • FFA Week 2016

    Earlier this month 22 members of the Sleepy Eye FFA team interviewed for State FFA Degree and Proficiency. State Degrees are the second highest degree achievable in FFA and 10 members applied for 13 different …

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    23 Feb 16
  • Theft by check

    A New Ulm woman has been charged with writing almost $36,000 in bad checks to area businesses. Sixty-year-old Jeanne Stark of New Ulm was arrested in July as a result of outstanding warrants from other …

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    22 Feb 16
  • Old Highway 14

    Waseca and Steal Counties are arguing in an appeal in district court that the state’s Department of Transportation wrongly interpreted the settlement agreement the counties had with the agency. The counties seek paved shoulders instead …

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    22 Feb 16