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  • RedCross

    The American Red Cross is encouraging students between the ages of 16 and 24 to host blood drives this summer. Spokeswoman Sue Thesenga says it’s part of their “Leadership Saves Lives” program. Thesenga explained that …

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    11 May 15
  • FoodShelf

    The New Ulm Emergency Food Shelf will be hosting a Food Surplus Day Tuesday at the New Ulm Food Shelf. Director Brad Kirk explains that pallets of fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables as well …

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    11 May 15
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    The second of two Minnesota State University and College presidents accused of plagiarizing their dissertations has been cleared of all charges. President of Southeast Technical College in Red Wing Dorothy Duran released findings Friday from …

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    09 May 15
  • MNSecurityHospital

    A patient at the Security Hospital in St. Peter has sent a letter to three Supreme Court justices, a local judge and a state commissioner saying he should be moved from the facility. Joe Thornblad …

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    09 May 15
  • MNDeptOfHealth

    State Authorities have taken over management of nursing homes in Faribault and Owatonna after their owners ran into financial difficulties. The Minnesota Department of Health says it used it’s emergency powers to protect health and …

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    09 May 15
  • BridgingBrownCounty

    Bridging Brown County will be hosting an Alumni Gathering on Tuesday from 4:30 until 6:30 at the Sleepy Eye Community Center. The evening will begin with graduation of this year’s Bridging Brown County participants. Anyone …

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    09 May 15
  • Bethany Lutheran College

    An Amboy native has been chosen as the 2015 Bethany Lutheran College Distinguished Alumnus. Jim Vinz received his arts degree from Bethany in 1981 and went on to attend Minnesota State University Mankato where he …

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    09 May 15
  • Homicide Investigation-2

    New DNA evidence is being processed by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension in the Carver County murder case of Earl Olander. Investigators think the motive was robberty, but they do not know what was stolen …

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    08 May 15