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  • FieldFire

    A combine is being blamed for starting a fire in a Blue Earth County corn field twice on Wednesday. Firefighters from Amboy were called out to the fire in a field off 494th Avenue just …

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    04 Oct 12
  • CornHands

    The Redwood County Sheriff’s office is investigating the theft of several bushels of corn from a farm near Wabasso this week. The crime was reported by Dana Lindeman of Wabasso on Tuesday at around Noon. …

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    04 Oct 12
  • PhoneScam2

    The McLeod County Sheriff’s Office is investigating reports of a phone scam involving supposed delinquent Payday Loans. The nationwide scam involves a caller claiming that the victim owes money on a Payday Loan they have …

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    04 Oct 12
  • Wrobleski3

    The former Olivia man who took part in a weeks-long crime spree in Renville County and the surrounding area last summer reached a plea agreement on Tuesday in Renville County Court. 39-year-old Matthew Wrobleski was …

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    04 Oct 12
  • Fire

    A fire along Highway 169 between St. Peter and Mankato Tuesday night led to traffic delays while firefighters extinguished the blaze. Several area fire departments had responded to a car fire on Highway 169, about …

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    03 Oct 12
  • SemiCrashed

    A collision between a semi and a pickup truck on Highway 60 in Cottonwood County Tuesday evening left soybeans spilled across the roadway. It happened at about 7:15pm about 2 miles west of Windom. The …

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    03 Oct 12
  • Medal1

    The Brown County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday presented “Citizen Achievement” certificates to 2 men credited with rescuing a man from a burning vehicle Sunday. Nick Rients of rural Comfrey and Stetson Shoen of Springfield were …

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    03 Oct 12
  • Chammy1

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday issued the city’s first “Unlawful Animal Permit” to allow a popular horse to continue to reside within the city limits. The council recently approved a new ordinance that …

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    03 Oct 12