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  • Graffiti

    The Sibley County Sheriff’s Office is offering a $200 reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for a recent rash of vandalism throughout the county. Authorities have responded to approximately 10 incidents …

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    25 Aug 12
  • DakotaWarSiegeOfNewUlm

    Events commemorating the 150th anniversary of the US-Dakota War wrap up this weekend in Brown County. Today (SAT) is the anniversary of the evacuation of New Ulm in 1862 following 2 attacks on the town …

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    25 Aug 12
  • Crash2

    Only 1 person was injured in a crash involving 3 vehicles on Highway 22 in Le Sueur County Friday afternoon. It happened at about 1:45pm. A northbound Pontiac driven by a 21-year-old Mankato woman was …

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    25 Aug 12
  • MNCapitol

    The Minnesota Legislature approved, and Governor Dayton signed a more-than $167-million flood relief package on Friday following a special session. State Representative Terry Morrow of St. Peter says that the money will be used to …

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    25 Aug 12
  • JLS StormDamage002

    Strong winds downed trees and power lines across parts of south-central Minnesota Thursday night, and caused damage to at least one home in McLeod County. The storm brought hail and straight-line winds to many parts …

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    24 Aug 12
  • MitchellHottman

    A New Ulm man faces felony stalking and other charges for allegedly threatening to destroy his neighbor’s porch. 56-year-old Mitchell Hottman is accused of telling his neighbors on South Jefferson Street in New Ulm that …

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    24 Aug 12
  • ISD88SchoolBoard

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board on Thursday announced the appointment of a new principal for Washington Elementary and approved 4 years worth of teacher contracts. Les Koppendrayer will officially retire as principal of …

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    24 Aug 12
  • UnderageDrinking

    New and returning MSU students began arriving in Mankato this week, and law enforcement officials in the Mankato area will now be targeting underage alcohol consumption as the new school year gets underway. A $4,000 …

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    24 Aug 12