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  • Highway 169 sign

    Phase three of the Highway 169 Flood Mitigation project is underway on a 10-mile stretch between Mankato and St. Peter. According to St. Peter Community Development Director Russ Willie, full closure of Highway 169 is …

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    02 Mar 16
  • Miss Sleepy Eye candidates

    Seven candidates are vying for Miss Sleepy Eye who will be crowned in the next several weeks. Candidates include Taylor Pelzel, Alyssa Rubey, Lauren Laffen, Jeni Kotten, Kaitlyn Krzmarzick, Emily Reinarts and Josie Schieffert. The …

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    02 Mar 16
  • Pills

    An autopsy on 16-year-old New Ulm teen determined her cause of death was accidental after she took a large amount of an over-the-counter sleep aid with friends. Hannah Oliva collapsed alone in a field and …

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    01 Mar 16
  • death_investigationw

    The Meeker County Sheriff’s Office is investigating two bodies found in Harvey Township Monday afternoon. The sheriff’s office responded to a call that came in just after 2:30 p.m. Deputies found two deceased people at …

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    01 Mar 16
  • thin ice

    A 24-year-old Windom man fell through the ice on a lake in northern Minnesota. According to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Trevor Theesfeld went through the ice on his ATV on the west side of …

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    01 Mar 16
  • caucus

    Neighborhood precincts are ready for tonights caucuses to vote for the president and make their voices heard on particular issues. St. Peter Community Development Directors Russ Willie says attending a caucus is a great way …

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    01 Mar 16
  • ST Industries

    A St. James Company that provides precision measuring tools for industry has donated a video inspection system to Minnesota State University, Mankato. The video machine is an in-kind donation from ST Industries to the Department …

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    01 Mar 16
  • school expulsion

    The Minnesota Supreme Court will hear oral arguments today (Monday) in an appeal filed by United South Central Public Schools involving a student who was expelled for six weeks for accidentally bringing a knife to …

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    29 Feb 16