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  • Crash

    A Truman woman was injured in a rollover accident on Highway 4 Friday afternoon. 33-year-old Christine Tomlinson was driving a 1978 Ford Conventional truck northbound on Highway 4 near Sherburn when the accident happened at …

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    05 Oct 13
  • Fire

    A home in Le Sueur County was destroyed by a fire early Friday morning. The Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Office says that the fire call at the home on County Road 5 east of Le …

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    05 Oct 13
  • AndrewDikken2

    The man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and her boyfriend in Granite Falls last month made an appearance in court Thursday. 28-year-old Andrew Dikken of Renville has been charged with 2nd-degree murder for the deaths …

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    05 Oct 13
  • LynnSeibel

    A former teacher at a boarding school in southern Minnesota has been sentenced to more than four years in prison for sexually abusing six male students more than a decade ago. Lynn Seibel pleaded guilty …

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    05 Oct 13
  • HomecomingCrowns

    The High School Homecoming season continues, with Sibley East High School crowning it’s Homecoming Royalty Friday afternoon. The Sibley East Homecoming Queen is Megan Eckberg, and the Homecoming King is Cordell Bates. Other schools celebrating …

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    05 Oct 13
  • Rollover

    A 65-year-old Wells woman is dead following a single-vehicle rollover Thursday morning. The accident happened at shortly after 7am on Highway 109 around 2 miles east of Wells. Barbara Hagen was driving a 1999 Saturn …

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    04 Oct 13
  • TaylorAnderson

    A 19-year-old Worthington man is in custody in Brown County for allegedly forcing a 16-year-old Cobden girl to have sex with him. Taylor Anderson reportedly met the girl through a friend on Facebook. The girl’s …

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    04 Oct 13
  • ClickItOrTicket

    The latest “Click It or Ticket” seatbelt enforcement campaign kicks off today (FRI) across the State of Minnesota. Nearly 400 law enforcement agencies in the state will be increasing patrols to encourage motorists to buckle …

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    04 Oct 13