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  • Mountain Lion

    On September 9th, a trail camera 10 miles south of Gaylord captured a picture of a mountain lion. The owner of the camera contated the Department of Natural Resources who confirmed that is a mountain …

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    27 Sep 17
  • New Ulm image

    Members of the Public Utility Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to keep the New Ulm Economic Development Corporation at its current 2017 funding level. For the past 20 years, the PUC and the City have been …

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    27 Sep 17
  • MNLARS

    Some motorists are finding lucky breaks with the new Minnesota Licensing and Registration System put in place in July to replace functionality of DVS operations. Brown County License Bureau Registar Suzanne Jensen is asking vehicle …

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    27 Sep 17
  • Nicollet

    A recently upgraded intersection in Nicollet has been blamed for three accidents and many more close calls since the intersection was upgraded last year. Issues are arising from those not aware of the change, but …

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    27 Sep 17
  • Road construction

    Starting this month through late October, Highway 15 motorists in Fairmont can expect traffic signals along the project to be deactivated and become four-way stops as crews work to upgrade or replace the signal systems …

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    27 Sep 17
  • Harvest

    While its been a soggy past couple of days in southern Minnesota, some parts of the state have been dry enough for farmers to begin harvesting at a slow pace. President of Minnesota Farmers Union …

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    27 Sep 17
  • Giant Pumpkin

    A family in Kasota has a 1,000 pound pumpkin growing in their garden. Andy Cramblit and Angela Guentzel of Guentzel Family Farms say the circumference of the pumpkin is nearly 14 feet. Cramblit estimates the …

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    27 Sep 17
  • handcuffs

    A former Watonwan County Sheriff committed suicide shortly after being questioned about allegations of sexual abuse. The Blue Earth County Sheriff’s Office says it was investigating 83-year-old Jack KEech about sexually abusing two girls he …

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    26 Sep 17