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  • DrugBustjpg

    A group of off-duty agents came upon a crime scene when they were preparing to kayak on the Blue Earth River Thursday. A group of people were allegedly smoking methamphetamine at the Fort LeHillier Landing …

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    03 Jul 15
  • RoadClosed

    A motorist trying to pass through construction in Gaylord recently is in more trouble than just ignoring the detour. Court Documents say that 32-year-old Keith David Nelson of Canby drove in the closed construction zone …

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    03 Jul 15
  • Veteran

    As we prepare to celebrate the nation’s independence, local veterans gathered in Mankato Thursday to honor a World War II veteran. The Mankato VA Clinic was officially named in Lyle Pearson’s honor. Pearson of North …

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    03 Jul 15
  • Jeffers Petroglyphs

    Celebrate Independence Day with a trip to the Jeffer’s Petrogylphs to learn about early American Indian survival skills. Attendees will have the opportunity to start a fire using primitive methods and learn how to throw …

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    03 Jul 15
  • COUNTY PRISONS

    John LaDue’s father is worried what it would mean to public safety if LaDue was sent to adult prison. The 18-year-old has been diagnosed with autism Spectrum Disorder. One of three psychologists who testified in …

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    02 Jul 15
  • coast to coast bike ride

    A 3,000 mile coast-to-coast bike ride was completed Wednesday in an effort to raise money and awareness for people suffering from traumatic brain injury. Isaac Kolstad’s brother, Abe left Oregon 5 weeks ago and biked …

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    02 Jul 15
  • Green Giant

    Minnesota-based General Mills reports it will cut funding for its Jolly Green Giant products while moving more of its money into areas like gluten-free Cheerios and Lucky Charms. The market is changing for the packaged …

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    02 Jul 15
  • standardized_test

    Minnesota students won’t be taking as many statewide tests over the next two years after state lawmakers cut funding by nearly half. Two tests which were to be phased out next year are gone immediately. …

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    02 Jul 15