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  • Inmate dies at Faribault prisons

    The Minnesota Department of Corrections is saying an inmate died at the state prison in Faribault. The death is currently under investigation. Authorities are not releasing any more information until the person’s family has been …

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    07 Sep 15
  • Lack of plant variety taking its toll on bees

    Corn and Soybeans may be good for humans, but not bees. The inspects prefer plants with lots of pollen and necture, and in this part of the country it’s becoming increasingly difficult for bees to …

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    07 Sep 15
  • Blue Earth County Commissioner appointed to two committees

    Blue Earth County Commissioner Drew Campbell has been appointed by the National Association of Counties to a committee dealing with health and advocacy for rural counties. Campbell attended the associations July conference in North Carolina …

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    07 Sep 15
  • canoe trek

    After eight months and over 5,000 miles, six friends from Minnesota and Iowa returned to Minnesota Sunday after paddling their canoes from the Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Ocean. The Rediscovering North America crew …

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    07 Sep 15
  • GasPumps

    Gasoline prices in many parts of the country could fall below $2 per gallon by Christmas Minnesota Triple A says. Today’s national prices of gas is $2.44 a gallon. That’s 99 cents under a year …

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    07 Sep 15
  • Parade

    If you are looking for something to don on Labor Day, head over to Godahl for their 60th annual Godahl Day festival.  The highlight of the event is the parade and crowning of the Godahl …

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    06 Sep 15
  • HarkinStore

    The town of West Newton is expecting the arrival of the west with the cowboy ballads of yodels of Lonesome Ron.  Lonesome Ron will be presenting western music with stories and song at the historic …

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    06 Sep 15
  • HospitalPatient

    The Minnesota Department of Health says it is working with federal and other state agencies in an investigation of salmonella tied to contaminated cucumbers.  There are 12 cases in Minnesota, with 10 linked to cucumbers …

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    06 Sep 15