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  • Firefighters

    Sleepy Eye Firefighters responded to a house fire on Monday that left one man injured. At approximately 1:30 PM, the firefighters arrived and spotted flames coming from the windows of the house, located at 18833 …

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    25 Nov 14
  • Wells

    On Monday, the Wells City Council voted unanimously to suspend a Wells police officer for two weeks without pay following an investigation into his misconduct. Officer Steve Seipp has been on paid administrative leave since …

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    25 Nov 14
  • TrumanSchool

    A recount failed to change the results of a referendum in Truman that failed by only four votes in the November 4th election. The referendum was a $454 per pupil levy and if it passed, …

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    25 Nov 14
  • southview

    South View Living Center founders Mavis and Brian Pautz and Larry and Shirley Hopp of Gibbon have announced that they plan to sell their senior living facility to a New Ulm couple. Jason and Amber …

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    24 Nov 14
  • recall

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture says Rancher’s Legacy Meat Company of Vadnais Heights is recalling 1,200 pounds of ground beef because of possible E. coli contamination. The USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service says inspectors …

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    24 Nov 14
  • SemiRollover

    State patrol responded to a rollover accident on Highway 169 near Le Sueur on Sunday night. At approximately 11:40 PM, a northbound semi-truck driven by Todd Becker of Hanska came into a curve and ran …

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    24 Nov 14
  • ArchdioceseStPaulMinneapolis

    The Catholic Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis could seek bankruptcy protection due to legal cases surrounding alleged clergy sex abuse. Reports from “The Catholic Spirit” online newspaper say ligitation costs are expected to be …

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    21 Nov 14
  • marshall

    Development of a regional sports complex in southwestern Minnesota is moving forward. The Marshall City Council has authorized bids for the $18 million complex, which includes a 78,000 square foot building with two ice rinks …

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    21 Nov 14