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  • Tressa Verona Salon_Madelia

    A hair salon in Madelia will be the first business reopening today after a fire in February burned or damaged 9 buildings on the city’s Main Street District. Tressa Veona Salon is hosting a grand …

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    06 May 16
  • Ballotw

    The Sleepy Eye City Council held a special meeting Friday, April 29th to consider moving the voting location from city hall to the community center. City Manager Mark Kober explained that since the city took …

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    06 May 16
  • Miguel Vasquez

    A trial date has been set in Brown County for a Springfield man facing first degree murder charges. The court set the jury trial for Miguel Vasquez to begin October 31st with Judge Robert Docherty …

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    06 May 16
  • criminal charges

    Two more St. James residents are facing charges in connection to a BB gun shooting spree. Thirty-six-year-old Juan Ruben Pena has been charged with felony dangerous weapons, drive by shooting, two felony firearms violations and …

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    05 May 16
  • Tink Larson Field

    The grandstand and concession stand at Tink Larson Field in Waseca is scheduled for demolition after a suspected arson fire April 6 destroyed the historic structure. The 1938 grandstand will be bulldozed today (Wednesday) and …

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    05 May 16
  • Austin Grossenberg

    A Springfield science teacher received endorsement from the DFL Party for candidacy for the Minnesota House of Representatives for District 16B. On April 16th Springfield teacher Austin Grossenberg announced his candidacy. He will challenge incumbent …

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    05 May 16
  • Jimmy's Pizza

    The owner of Jimmy’s Pizza of Fairfax recently closed on the purchase of the Cafe Euro building in Sleepy Eye and hopes to have his restaurant open by mid-May. Dan Blaalid says the former owners …

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    05 May 16
  • Pheasants Forever

    Redwood County Pheasants Forever recently donated over $6,000 to support local schools in their participation in the Minnesota High School Clay Target League. Redwood Valley and Wabasso teams both received enough ammunition from the local …

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    05 May 16