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  • Sibley County

    The Sibley County Commissioners gave the approval to develop a Sibley County Leadership Program through the University of Minnesota Extension Service. Commissioners agreed to sponsor the program for the first 3 years contributing $15,000 annually. …

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    08 Dec 15
  • Rose family

    On Thursday, December 3rd, a New Ulm family’s life changed when they were involved in a motor vehicle accident on Highway 14. Jeremy Rose and his girlfriend, Jennifer Baune and their 2-year-old daughter suffered only …

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    08 Dec 15
  • wreaths

    The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says Minnesota state forests are one of the primary sources of balsam fir boughs and branches used to make holiday wreaths and swags. Balsam fir grows in northeastern and …

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    08 Dec 15
  • Miguel Vasquez

    A competency hearing for a Springfield man facing four charges including first-degree pre-meditated murder was scheduled for 8:30 a.m. this (Monday) morning. Miquel Vasquez underwent a mental evaluation this fall in the Brown County Jail. …

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    07 Dec 15
  • fatal  car crashw

    A Henderson man accused of criminal vehicular homicide in a fatal crash that took place in September 2014 has asked to have the charges dismissed. Twenty-one-year-old Joshua Krueger was charged with three counts of vehicular …

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    07 Dec 15
  • Driving under the influence

    The state patrol says alcohol was detected in a roll-over crash that injured a teen early Sunday morning. Authorities say the accident happened on Highway 14, two miles east of Sleepy Eye at 2 a.m. …

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    07 Dec 15
  • Lakeville Teens

    The funerals of two Lakeville teens who died Friday in a single-car rollover crash have been scheduled. A visitation for 18-year-*old John Price and Jacob Flynn will be held today. Price’s funeral is scheduled for …

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    07 Dec 15
  • U of M Extension

    A sociologist from the University of Minnesota Extension spoke at Friday’s New Ulm Hot Topic Breakfast saying the rural narrative of Minnesota is changing. Ben Winchester says a large amount of people ages 30 to …

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    07 Dec 15