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  • prostitution

    A joint law enforcement investigation between Nicollet County Sheriff’s Department and Mankato Public Safety ends with three men arrested on prostitution charges. Victor Castillo faces one count of hiring a prostitute. Jose Sanchez-Velazquez and Jay …

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    16 Jun 15
  • Biking

    The League of American Bicyclists recently awarded New Ulm an honorable mention as a Bicycle Friendly Community. The title recognizes that New Ulm welcomes bicyclists by providing a safe route and encouraging people to bike …

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    16 Jun 15
  • SibleyEast

    The Sibley East School District has voluntarily dropped its appeal to the Minnesota Court of Appeals to recover over $30,000 in attorney’s fees. The lawsuit was in connection to a lawsuit brought forth by Gaylord …

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    16 Jun 15
  • John LaDue

    Waseca County is asking to have John LaDue receive a second psychological evaluation. an affidavit filed in court last week says the county wants LaDue to submit an independent exam for a certification study to …

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    16 Jun 15
  • Samuel Schroeder

    A former St. Peter teacher has been named the assistant principal at Mankato East. Samuel Schroeder is currently a principal at Montevideo Middle School. He will take over the duties of assistant principal July 1. …

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    16 Jun 15
  • death-investigation

    The names of the people involved in an investigation after authorities found one man injured and a woman dead in a tent Southwest of Franklin Friday have been released. The Renville County Sheriff’s Office says …

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    15 Jun 15
  • ArchbishopNienstedt

    Archbishop John Nienstedt of the Archdioceses of St. Paul and Minneapolis announced his resignation Monday, 10 days after Ramsey County filed criminal charges against the archdiocese for failing to protect children from an abusive priest. …

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    15 Jun 15
  • St. Peter sex offender treatment building

    A judge’s ruling expected Wednesday could change Minnesota’s controversial sex offender treatment program. A group of more than 700 civilly committed sex offenders have sued the state alleging that it is unconstitutional to keep them …

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    15 Jun 15