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    A Capitol Preservation subcommittee will be in Mankato today to seek the public’s input on art for the restored Capitol building. A public meeting is scheduled for 6-8 p.m. in Ostrander Auditorium in Centennial Student …

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    23 Nov 15
  • boone

    Longtime WCCO radio personality Charlie Boone has died at age 88 according to a Tweet Sunday night from WCCO Radio. Boone and cohost, Roger Erickson, were the voices many Minnesotans grew up hearing in the …

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    23 Nov 15
  • Le Sueur Sheriffs Dept

    The Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Department can now more effectively explore shallow parts of rivers and lakes during search and rescue efforts thanks to a new boat. The sheriff’s department applied for and received a …

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    23 Nov 15
  • St. Peter North school

    North Intermediate School of St. Peter was recently notified they are a finalist for a change to win a share of $2 million dollars in technology grants. The school is one of 5 state finalists …

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    23 Nov 15
  • Dog Attack

    Montevideo Police are investigating after two viscous pitbulls attacked and injured three staffers and three students near the middle and high schools there. Police Chief Adam Christopher says when officers arrived on scene a student …

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    21 Nov 15
  • Ellery Peterson

    A former mayor of St. Peter and community advocate died Wednesday at the Benedictine Living Community in St. Peter. Ellery Peterson was 88. His list of involvement in St. Peter stretches far and wide. He …

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    21 Nov 15
  • Flu Shot

    While areas of the state are reporting a shortage in the FluMist nasal spray flu vaccine, New Ulm Medical Center and Brown County Public Heath are both reporting a good supply of flu shots and …

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    21 Nov 15
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    New Ulm’s NU-Telecom and Blue Earth’s BEVCOMM were among those that will receive state grants for broadband development. The state’s Department of Employment and Economic Development says a total of $11 million dollars in grants …

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    21 Nov 15