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  • BombThreatw

    Brown County Attorney Chuck Hanson says the New Ulm teen suspected in writing a note claiming to detonate a bomb at New Ulm High School January 8th if finals were not cancelled will be charged …

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    15 Jan 16
  • Watonwan County sheriffs department

    On Wednesday the Watonwan County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call about a vehicle in a ditch. When deputies arrived they discovered 33-year-old Jason Allen Ahrens of Sherburn alive with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. According …

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    15 Jan 16
  • murder-investigation

    A St. Cloud woman who is in jail in Kentucky has been charged with killing her father with an ax-like tool. 38-year-old Lisa Mary Kearney was charged Wednesday in Sturns County District Court with second-degree …

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    15 Jan 16
  • Harvest

    Co-owners of a farm in Sleepy Eye pleaded guilty in December for tax evasion. According to the District of Minnesota U.S. Attorney’s Office, brothers, 66-year-old Francis Sellner and 63-year-old Eugene Sellner were charged in December …

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    15 Jan 16
  • McLeod county sheriffs department

    The McLeod County Sheriff’s Office warns there is a new scam making the rounds. The scam begins with a text message from 800-819-9021 which reads the McCountry Bank has detected an issue on your account. …

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    15 Jan 16
  • Gustavus Adolphus College

    Gustavus Adolphus College President Rebecca M. Bergman announced that the $8 million complete renovation of A.H. Anderson Hall will begin in January. The project is expected to conclude by February 2017. Located on the College’s …

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    15 Jan 16
  • Janesville school

    A former Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton Public Schools teacher remains under investigation by the school district and police, but for what remains unanswered. JWP Superintendent Bill Adams confirmed that a choir teacher at the school is no longer …

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    14 Jan 16
  • Harvest

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture confirmed Tuesday that Minnesota producers harvested record corn and soybean crops in 2015. Despite harvesting a record crop, ag expert Wayne Schoper says farmers are not celebrating. Schoper says 2016 …

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    14 Jan 16