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  • Sibley East School

    Confirmation of 150 rotations for third and fourth year medical school students is progressing on pace for the proposed Gaylord Osteopathic medical school.  Leaders of the proposed school say the Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation …

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    01 May 16
  • CarCrashw

    Four people suffered non-life threatening injuries in a rear end accident on Highway 7 in McLeod County Saturday evening.  The state patrol says a 2004 Pontiac Grand Am driven by Miranda Lemke of Hutchinson was …

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    01 May 16
  • car accident

    Three people were injured in a broadside accident Saturday evening on Highway 212 at Morningside Avenue in Glencoe.  A 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander driven by Tiffanie Taylor of Sioux Falls, South Dakota was eastbound on Highway …

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    01 May 16
  • Mankato murders

    Two people were found shot to death in a home on Belle Avenue in Mankato Thursday night. Police believe it was a murder-suicide. Fifty-four-year-old Barbara Ann Wilson and 56-year-old Delbert Rex Wilson were found dead …

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    30 Apr 16
  • Henderson,_Minnesota

    The Henderson City Council extended the timeline before they will know if they have a permanent police chief. After offering the position to Shelbea Sandusky on February 17, the council extended the timeline for her …

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    30 Apr 16
  • Sleepy Eye School

    The Sleepy Eye Chamber announces that the Business of Year recognition goes to Sleepy Eye Public Schools. An appreciation luncheon will be held Thursday, May 19 from noon until 1 at the Sleepy Eye Public …

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    30 Apr 16
  • Ron Schara

    Host of Minnesota Bound Ron Schara visited with guests at the Lind House in New Ulm for its Cocktails with the Governor Fundraiser Friday night. Schara has hosted his program on KARE 11 for the …

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    30 Apr 16
  • Cheers for Patients

    Nurses and staff from the Virginia Piper Cancer Institute at the New Ulm Medical Center dressed as cheerleaders to welcome their patients to a Thanksgiving dinner on Friday at the hospital. The cancer center has …

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    30 Apr 16