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  • Bruce Fenskie

    Hometown Hero of the Month for November is a former New Ulm Journal publisher and an active member of the community of New Ulm. Bruce Fenske spent 35 years at the newspaper as publisher beginning …

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    13 Nov 15
  • GiveMN

    The 7th annual Give to the Max Day raised more than $18.6 million dollars Thursday, a bit short of the record. Contributions through midnight Thursday were counted toward the 24-hour on-line nonprofit give-a-thon. Last year …

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    13 Nov 15
  • Fraud

    A Sleepy Eye woman has been charged with welfare fraud. Twenty-two-year-old Alyssa Lechuga was living with the father of her children, but reported he had been absent. According to the criminal complaint, Lechuga wrongfully received …

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    12 Nov 15
  • drone

    City Administrator Liza Donabauer says the city of Arlington has adopted a resolution to protect the privacy and safety of the residents of Arlington. The city council voted unanimously to adopt a resolution to restrict …

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    12 Nov 15
  • Larry Fiero

    A rural Litchfield man has been charged with indecent exposure. A neighbor called law enforcement on October 4th to complain that 58-year-old Larry Fiero was washing his pickup naked. According to a criminal complaint, a …

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    12 Nov 15
  • hunting accident

    The Meeker County Commissioner who was accidentally shot during firearms deer hunting opener is at home recovering. Fifty-eight-year-old Dale Fenrich was hunting on private property Sunday afternoon on County Road 1 west of Litchfield when …

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    12 Nov 15
  • south central college sign

    South Central College is participating in the Veterans Education Transfer System, a web-based tool the enables current and former service members to find programs that award academic credit for military learning experiences. VETS was established …

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    12 Nov 15
  • sentencing

    A Granite Falls man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for the March murder of his girlfriend. Fifty-four-year-old Chad Laraby was sentenced Tuesday in Yellow Medicine County District Court to a sentence that …

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    11 Nov 15