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  • Norwood Young America

    The long-time discussion of a city ordinance to limit access of registered sex offenders in Northwood Young America was finally passed at an early April meeting. As written, the ordinance puts restrictions into place that …

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    20 Apr 18
  • Watonwan County sheriffs department

    Watonwan County Sheriff Gary Mennssen will not seek re-election this fall. During Tuesday’s County Board Meeting Sheriff Menssen announced he would not be seeking re-election and plans on retiring next April. 

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    20 Apr 18
  • Sibley East School

    The proposed medical school in Gaylord appears to be moving forward. At Wednesday’s Gaylord City Council meeting the council approved a resolution for the sale of the former Sibley East School building to the Danza …

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    20 Apr 18
  • Sleepy Eye St. Marys

    St. Mary’s High School announced recently that a new person is taking over the duties of principal at the high school. Peter Roufs, a former faculty member, will be returning to St. Mary’s as High …

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    20 Apr 18
  • Road construction

    Earlier this moneth the Minnesota Department of Transportation announced more than 250 construction projects across the state for the season. MnDot Communications Director Kevin Gutknecht says the good news is that not all of those …

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    19 Apr 18
  • Herbergers

    Bon-Ton Stores, which operates over 250 Herberger’s and Younkers Department stores across the U.S., including a Herberger’s store in New Ulm, announced Tuesday they are bankrupt and all stores are expected to close within the …

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    19 Apr 18
  • Carver County

    The Carver County Attorney’s office will announce the results of the investgation into Prince’s death Thursday. A key part of the investigation has been to determine who supplied or obtained the opioids that killed the …

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    19 Apr 18
  • Springfield

    The Springfield City Manager will leave his post at Springfield as he has accepted a job in Jackson. Matt Skaret was offered the position of Jackson City Administrator. Skaret has served as Springfield City Manager …

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    19 Apr 18