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  • Sams Club

    The Mankato Sam’s Club has been hit with a $20,000 fine for selling gas below Minnesota’s Minimum allowable price. The violation occurred between April 14 and May 19. The station is said to have engaged …

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    09 Nov 15
  • hyvee

    On Wednesday Hy-Vee will host its annual Veterans Day breakfasts to recognize and thank veterans and active duty military members for their service. Hy-Vee expects to serve more than 80,000 veterans, military members and their …

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    09 Nov 15
  • lottery

    St. Peter resident Keith Hanson won $414,854 on the Progressive Print-N-Play Bingo lottery game, a new record jackpot for this game. Hanson went into the Holiday store on St. Jillian Street to check three tickets …

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    09 Nov 15
  • VeteransDay

    AREA  VETERAN’S  DAY  SERVICES   *All Programs Are Wednesday, November 11th Unless Noted Otherwise*   STATE OF MINNESOTA: 8:30-9:30am Free Breakfast at the Veterans Memorial Community Center in Inver Grove Heights followed by the Program …

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    08 Nov 15
  • MN Music Hall of Fame

    The Minnesota Music Hall of Fame inducted six new members in ceremonies Friday night at Turner Hall in New Ulm.   Craig Ebel, Mankato Symphony Orchestra, John “Jack” Volinkaty, Pianist Lorie Line, vocal quartet The Blenders …

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    07 Nov 15
  • FoodShelf

    Instead of trick-or-treating, members of the New Ulm High School Junior Optimists participated in a WE Scare hunger event on Halloween.  Twelve students collected over 225 pounds of food and monetary donations.  All donations went …

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    07 Nov 15
  • manhunt

    The Meeker County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in finding a wanted fugitive.  The Sheriff’s Office is looking for 33-year-old Justin Michael Gatewood in reference to a felony domestic abuse charge.  Gatewood also …

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    07 Nov 15
  • Turkeys

    Most commercial chicken and turkey farms that were infected by the bird flu earlier this year have been cleared to restock.  Agriculture officials say scientists will still keep a close eye on migrating birds and …

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    07 Nov 15