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  • StopSticks

    A Redwood Falls man is in custody after allegedly leading authorities on a high-speed car chase that lasted for a total of 38-miles through Redwood and Renville Counties. A Renville County Sheriff’s Deputy had attempted …

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    05 Dec 12
  • JailCell

    A 76-year-old New Ulm man that had been facing felony terroristic threats charges for threatening a jail administrator was convicted of lesser charges on Tuesday in Brown County Court. Duane Charles Marstone pleaded guilty to …

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    05 Dec 12
  • DriveSober

    With another holiday season here, the Minnesota State Patrol is gearing up for more extensive patrols. There were over 29,000 impaired driving incidents in Minnesota last year, with nearly 2,000 of those being underage drivers. …

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    05 Dec 12
  • NUCityCouncil2

    The New Ulm City Council approved a property tax levy increase of just-over 4% for 2013 following a Truth In Taxation hearing Tuesday evening. New Ulm’s budget for next year was set at just under …

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    05 Dec 12
  • HendersonKrautQueens

    The City of Henderson’s “Sauerkraut Queens” have been selected to appear on labels of Frank’s Sauerkraut as part of the company’s national “Search For Sweetness” campaign. Miss Henderson Taylor Sellnow, along with 1st Princess Shannon …

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    05 Dec 12
  • ReinaGandarilla

    The woman accused of kidnapping her 2 children from a foster home in Pemberton last week has been found. Blue Earth County Sheriff’s Captain Rich Murry says they cancelled the Crime Alert on Monday for …

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    04 Dec 12
  • Burglar using crowbar to break into house

    A 20-year-old Redwood Falls man has been sentenced to 91 days in jail and 3 years on probation for his role in a pair of burglaries at Redwood area businesses. David Victor Moore pleaded guilty …

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    04 Dec 12
  • Judge

    A judge has ruled that an 8-year-old boy who was allegedly starved by a Nicollet County couple will remain in foster care for now. But Judge Todd Westphal says that the boy’s three siblings will …

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    04 Dec 12