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  • Adrian Lee

    Paranormal investigator Adrian Lee and his team investigated the Redwood County Museum in Redwood Falls earlier this summer. On Thursday he spoke to his second sold-out audience about his revelation that the museum IS haunted. …

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    02 Sep 16
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    Mid-America Festival, operators of the Minnesota Renaissance Festival, have purchased land for a potential new location for the festival. The land is located in St. Lawrence Township northeast of Belle Plaine. Mid-America has acquired approximately …

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    02 Sep 16
  • sex-offenders

    Less than 10 Redwood County residents were in attendance for the Community Notification Meeting the sheriff’s office held on Monday. The purpose of the meeting is to inform the public that a registered level 3 …

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    02 Sep 16
  • BellePlaine

    The City of Belle Plaine has hired a new administrator. Mike Votca, city administrator for Tracy, was the top choice. The other finalist for the job was Liza Donabauer who has been the city administrator …

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    02 Sep 16
  • TriValleyLogo2015stacked

    Communities all over southern Minnesota have been feeling the squeeze of a lack of child care. The Sleepy Eye Economic Development Authority began searching for solutions in 2015. In discussions with the Tri-Valley Action Council …

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    02 Sep 16
  • Murder for hire women

    A Cleveland woman in custody for conspiring to commit murder has a trial date set for late September. Fifty-nine-year-old Linda Kay Bloom and her attorney could not agree with prosecutors on a resolution during a …

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    01 Sep 16
  • Lone Star BBQ

    The former owner of Lone Star BBQ in St. Peter died Sunday at his home. Sixty-three-year-old Tom Svendsen ran Lone Star BBQ with his wife, Mary, for four years until they recently sold the business. …

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    01 Sep 16
  • Patrol move over sign

    Minnesota State Troopers will be conducting a statewide crackdown on drivers concerning the “Move Over” law. The law requires cars to move over to the next open lane from stopped emergency vehicles that have flashing …

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    01 Sep 16