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  • winter weather

    A brutally cold April will impact the May fishing opener. Late ice-outs are expected into the northland well into May. State wildlife officials say non of Minnesota’s over 11,000 lakes were ice free as of …

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    16 Apr 18
  • Gaylord Police

    Gaylord Police Chief Charlie Eichten reported to the Gaylord City Council at a recent meeting that there was no evidence handling policy in place. Eichten modeled Gaylord’s policy off of the Sibley County Sheriff’s Office …

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    16 Apr 18
  • Humanitarian award

    A Le Sueur woman will be presented with the 2018 Minnesota State University Mankato Distinguished Alumni Humanitarian Award during a special ceremony in the Centennial State Union’s Ostrander Auditorium on Friday, April 20th. The award …

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    16 Apr 18
  • Road closed due to weather

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation has closed portions of Interstate 90 and Highway 60 due to blizzard conditions. These closures will remain in effect until further notice. The locations of gate closures includes Interstate 90 …

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    14 Apr 18
  • jail cell

    A New Ulm man has been charged with threats of violence following an altercation at Washington Learning Center in New Ulm on Thursday. According to the criminal complaint, police were dispatched to the school for …

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    14 Apr 18
  • handcuffs

    A Mapleton woman who refused to stop for authorities is in custody. According to the state patrol a Chrysler Sebring driven by 32-year-old April May Valliant was in the wrong lane of Highway 112 west …

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    14 Apr 18
  • winter storm

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation advises no travel in the counties of Rock, Nobles, Jackson and Cottonwood. Roads are extremely icy and blowing snow is limiting is anticipated that other counties will be added to …

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    14 Apr 18
  • Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund

    Organizations in 4 counties recently received over $30,000 from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. The Grand Center for Arts and Culture received $8,000 to continue their 2018 performing art series. The New Ulm Suzuki …

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    14 Apr 18