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  • Legislative session

    A bill for capital investment, appropriating money for the City of Madelia and for public infrastructure repair and replacement was presented by Tony Cornish recently at the Capitol. The bill for infrastructure calls for $100,000 …

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    27 Feb 17
  • deer hunting

    Following two successful city deer hunts, the City of Redwood Falls plans to apply for a third permit this year. A report presented to the city council recently shows that 22 deer were harvested in …

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    27 Feb 17
  • GFW

    A committee made up of 33 members of Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop staff and educators has been meeting to review ideas for proposed updates and upgrades to the facilities within the school district. The task force took a …

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    27 Feb 17
  • NAPS

    Second Harvest Heartland has a distribution location in Redwood Falls for the Nutrition Assistance Program for Seniors. Boxes are picked up the first Tuesday of the month at the Redwood Falls Armory. Nutrition Assistance Program …

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    27 Feb 17
  • prostitution

    Three people were  charged during a prostitution sting in Mapleton recently. Thirty-eight-year-old Jace Steven Matthews of West Concord was charged Friday with a felony for hiring an underage prostitute. Thirty-eight-year-old Sarah Renata Greene of Las …

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    25 Feb 17
  • Data privacy laws

    Following a confrontation from Taylor Library Board members, the City of North Mankato posted the full-unedited video of a recent council meeting on its website. Previously the city had cut out the last 8 minutes …

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    25 Feb 17
  • winter storm

    While a Minnesota Department of Transportation snow plow was clearing snow Friday morning between Mankato and Lake Crystal, the plow was rear-ended. According to MnDOT it was around 6 a.m. Friday when a no-travel was …

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    25 Feb 17
  • thin ice

    As unseasonably warm weather quickly deteriorates ice conditions on lakes across much of the state, the Department of Natural Resources is urging recreationist to take caution. Over the past week, public safety officials have reported …

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    25 Feb 17