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  • DakotaWar

    Events commemorating the 150th anniversary of the US-Dakota War continue this week, including performances of “Dogs in the Hot Moon or Behind the Barricades.” The original play presents the conflict from the vantage point of …

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    23 Aug 12
  • PrincessKay20121

    A new Princess Kay of the Milky Way was crowned Wednesday evening to kick off the 2012 Minnesota State Fair. The 59th Princess Kay is Stearns County Dairy Princess, 18-year-old Christine Reitsma of Sauk Centre. …

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    23 Aug 12
  • NehlsParkTower

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday voted 4-1 in favor of authorizing the use of Nehls Park for the location of a new water tower. The new tower will replace the aging tower at …

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    22 Aug 12
  • ToddHoffner1

    MSU-Mankato Head Football Coach Todd Christian Hoffner was arrested Tuesday afternoon on charges related to child pornography. A search warrant was executed at the 46-year-old’s Eagle Lake residence at around 12:30pm and he was arrested. …

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    22 Aug 12
  • PaulWickenhauser

    Bail was set at $300,000 on Tuesday for the Cokato man accused of driving drunk and killing three people in a crash near Willmar Friday night. Twenty-one-year-old Paul Wickenhauser is charged with criminal vehicular homicide …

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    22 Aug 12
  • Meth

    A Gaylord man faces felony drug charges after being pulled over for speeding this weekend. 35-year-old Mitchell Kranz was pulled over by a State Trooper on Highway 111 on Saturday for allegedly going 69 in …

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    22 Aug 12
  • Highway14RibbonCutting

    A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place Tuesday for a new stretch of four-lane highway in southern Minnesota. The newly-expanded Highway 14 will give drivers a direct route between Owatonna and Mankato. Congressman Tim Walz was among …

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    22 Aug 12
  • Mosquito

    The Minnesota Department of Health says that an elderly resident of Stevens County has died due to the West Nile virus. The death marks the 16th West Nile-related death in the state since 2002. Epidemiologist …

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    21 Aug 12