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  • Crash

    A 16-year-old Sleepy Eye girl was injured in a 1-vehicle crash early Friday afternoon. The accident occurred at 12:30pm on Brown County Road 27, near County Road 10 between Sleepy Eye and New Ulm. Madlyn …

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    12 May 12
  • Dollars

    Governor Dayton has signed a nearly $500-million public works Bonding Bill package that includes money for college buildings, flood prevention and local roads and bridges. Dayton had wanted more projects as a boost to Minnesota’s …

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    12 May 12
  • Fishing

    Thousands of people are heading to Waconia this weekend for the 64th annual Governor’s Fishing Opener. Explore Minnesota Tourism Director John Edman says the sport is a big part of Minnesota, generating around $2.5-billion annually. …

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    11 May 12
  • VikingsStadium

    The Minnesota Senate approved the Vikings Stadium Bill on Thursday on a vote of 36-30 vote. Governor Dayton met with the Viking owners following the vote, and Zygi Wilf thanked Minnesotans for their passion for …

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    11 May 12
  • BurtonEwing1

    A Minnesota Security Hospital patient has been charged with attempted murder for allegedly stabbing his mother while on a pass at a nearby park. 48-year-old Burton James Ewing Jr made his first appearance in Nicollet …

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    11 May 12
  • ISD88SchoolBoard

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board on Thursday approved a resolution placing 5 teachers on partial unrequested leaves of absence. The reductions are reportedly the last of a series of budget cuts this year …

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    11 May 12
  • SleepyEyeSchool

    The Sleepy Eye School Board on Wednesday approved part-time cuts to several school programs. The board approved partial cuts to the Sleepy Eye band program, as well as art, social studies, business and Family and …

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    11 May 12
  • Vikings Stadium Update

    Negotiators for the Legislature, the governor, and the Vikings have hammered out the final compromise on a stadium bill, and the Senate is voting on the bill today (THU). This comes after both the House …

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    10 May 12