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  • award of excellence

    A Henderson native and Le Sueur-Henderson graduate recently received an Outstanding Clinician award from the Minnesota Children’s Hospital where he is employed. Steve Grapentine is the first non-physician to receive the award. Grapentine works at …

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    25 Feb 17
  • murder trial

    A Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Agent, friends and family testified this week during the on-going murder trial of 28-year-old Miguel Vasquez. Thursday’s proceedings centered on a tablet found in Vasquez’s apartment with incriminating searches …

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    24 Feb 17
  • Legislative session

    Area state lawmakers will host town hall meetings in the Mankato and St. Peter area Saturday to hear from local residents. Senator Nick Frentz of Mankato, Representative Jack Considine of Mankato and Representative Clark Johnson …

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    24 Feb 17
  • car accident

    A 23-year-old Watkins man was airlifted to a hospital after a fiery rollover crash near Freeport Sunday night. The Stearns County Sheriff’s Office responded to the crash around 6 p.m. Sunday night, two miles south …

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    21 Feb 17
  • German Park amphitheater

    Senator Gary Dahms of Redwood Falls introduced a bill Wednesday that would appropriate funding from the state for the New Ulm Germap Park amphitheater.  Mayor Bob Beussmann says if the bill passes, work could get …

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    17 Feb 17
  • Distracted Driving

    A new Triple-A report shows more of us are driving distracted with deadly consequences.  Deaths across the country have increased 7-percent, the single largest increase in five decades.  Triple-A Minnesota’s Mark Peterson says the report …

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    17 Feb 17
  • GasPumps

    If you’re hitting the roads for the Presidents’ Day weekend, you’ll be paying more at the pump than you did last year.  The latest Triple-A Daily Fuel Gauge Report shows Minnesota’s average cost for a …

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    17 Feb 17
  • Fort Ridgley golf course

    The Fairfax City Council approved a city enterprise fund to manage the Fort Ridgely golf course operations separate from the city and appointed 7 people to serve on a management committee Tuesday evening.  Senator Andrew …

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    17 Feb 17