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  • FatalCrash2

    One person was killed and another injured in a three-vehicle accident in McLeod County just before 5 this (Wednesday) morning.  The state patrol says a 2000 Saturn SL2 crossed the center line on Highway 7 …

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    01 Apr 15
  • South Central College

    29 South Central College Students travelled to Boise, Idaho this month to compete at the national Post Secondary Agriculture Student Organization Conference.  The chapter includes students in the college’s agribusiness and ag service technician programs.  …

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    01 Apr 15
  • Dollars

    After an incident least year involving a woman losing her scalp when her hair became entangled in an egg-grading machine, Litchfield egg producer Sparboe Farms was fined $9100.  The Minnesota Occupational Safety and Health Administration …

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    01 Apr 15
  • winnebago

    Over 150 people came to Winnebago elementary Schools’ gymnasium Tuesday night for a forum on the school’s future.  Enrollment is steadily dropping and fewer than 105 students now attend Winnebago elementary School so the Blue …

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    01 Apr 15
  • BurnBan

    Brown County has instituted a burning ban for outdoor fires throughout the county.  The Sheriff’s Office issued the ban after fire departments reported responding to several grass fires throughout the county.  Fire concerns have risen …

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    01 Apr 15
  • GrandHotel

    The Grand Center of Arts and Culture in New Ulm has a new kid on the block. Joseph Steinbach, a recent graduate of Bethany College, took the helm as program director on Monday. His responsibilities …

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    31 Mar 15
  • PrincessCrown

    The McLeod County Dairy Association crowned their dairy princesses at the 62nd annual banquet and coronation held Saturday at Peace Lutheran Church in Hutchinson. The 2015 McLeod County Dairy Princesses are Ashle Lukes, daughter of …

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    31 Mar 15
  • St Peter

    The St. Peter Veterans Memorial moved forward at a recent city council meeting after nearly four years of planning. A recent Parks and Recreation Commission voted unanimously to pass on the revised design by the …

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    31 Mar 15