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  • Redwood Falls police

    The Redwood Falls Police Department continues to ask for the public’s assistance in locating a missing Redwood Falls man. Twenty-five-year-old Mato Dow was last seen October 13th in Redwood Falls. It is not known if …

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    23 Oct 17
  • Veterans

    Brown County Veteran Services Agent Greg Peterson says there is a large amount of veterans who do not have identification cards. In 2015, President Barack Obama signed into law the Veterans Identification Card Act. Veterans …

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    23 Oct 17
  • Kathleen Backer

    The Brown County Historical Society announces a new Executive Director, Kathleen Backer. After leaving the Brown County Historical Society in 1989, Backer continued her career with Midway Village and Museum Center located in Rockford, Illinois. …

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    23 Oct 17
  • Spam

    Spam is becoming a hot commodity in Hawaii. Cans of Spam have become a common items that’s being stolen from Honolulu stores and then sold for quick cash on the streets. Hawaii News Now reported …

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    23 Oct 17
  • theft

    The teen who was involved in an attempted burglary in Madelia that turned fatal when one of the others he was with was shot and killed is now wanted on warrants involving new theft allegations. …

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    21 Oct 17
  • Fire

    Firefighters battled a hog barn fire Friday at a Christensen Farm’s site northwest of Sleepy Eye. The Sleepy Eye Fire Department received the call just after 11 a.m. Friday morning. Fire crews from Springfield, Morgan …

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    21 Oct 17
  • Renville County

    The Renville County Sheriff’s Office received a report of an overturned semi early this (Saturday) morning. The Sheriff’s Office says the preliminary crash investigation revealed that a semi driven by 44-year-old John Fischer of Elbow …

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    21 Oct 17
  • Former new ulm middle school

    The former New Ulm Middle School that is currently the home of State Street Theater will also soon be home to  55 apartments. Minnesota’s Housing Board of Directors approved the project’s funding Thursday. The project …

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    21 Oct 17