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  • Drug charges

    A North Mankato man found with over $1,000 dollars worth of cocaine last summer was sentenced to six years in the St. Cloud prison. Thirty-two-year-old Myshohn Antion King was sentenced to felony drug possession this …

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    13 May 17
  • Paul Torkelson

    State Representative Paul Torkelson of Hanska is adding his voice to the growing bipartisan coalition of legislatures, agricultural professionals and other stakeholders urging Governor Dayton to compromise on changes to the state buffer law set …

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    13 May 17
  • popcorn wagon

    The Brown County Historical Society’s popcorn wagon made its first appearance Thursday. The popcorn wagon comes out for special community events and Thursday was also the first New Ulm Car Hop and Shop of the …

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    13 May 17
  • Ambulance

    The Gaylord City Council submitted a letter of support for the Gaylord Ambulance Service to apply for an ALS license. Director of the ambulance service Dan Reich said in a presentation to the council that …

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    12 May 17
  • Lafayette

    The Lafayette City Council unanimously approved an agreement with the Lafayette Nicollet Ledger building owner at a recent council meeting. A building committee was formed several months ago to look at options. After studying the …

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    12 May 17
  • Le Sueur Sheriffs Dept

    With the retirement of the Le Sueur County Sheriff Dave Tietz, a new sheriff was recently sworn in. Chief Deputy Brett Mason was sworn in as the county’s new sheriff by Le Sueur County District …

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    12 May 17
  • Sleepy Eye image

    With the addition of a new hotel, event center, liquor store and a new Casey’s General Store building, the City of Sleepy Eye together with the Economic Development Authority began considering a new logo. On …

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    12 May 17
  • New Ulm bike circle route

    The League of American Bicyclists announced recently that New Ulm has been designated a Bicycle Friendly Community at the Bronze level. New Ulm joins 20 other communities in Minnesota that has achieved the same designation. …

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    12 May 17