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  • Gustavus has World Trade Center beams

    Two bent steel beams from the collapsed World Trade Center towers in New York City are on display at the Gustavus Adolphus campus in St. Peter. The college sculptor received the pieces of steel from …

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    08 Sep 11
  • Dayton asks schools for moment of silence

    Governor Mark Dayton is encouraging schools across the state to observe a moment of silence Friday ahead of the 10th anniversary of Nine-Eleven on Sunday. Dayton says schools should choose a time Friday for their …

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    08 Sep 11
  • Lothert wants a jury trial

    The former president of the Danube Economic Development Authority appeared in Renville County District Court Wednesday on charges of allegedly taking almost $21,000 in funds from the agency. Sharon Lothert of Hector faces three felony …

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    08 Sep 11
  • No leads in newborn in river case

    The Winona County Sheriff’s Department continues to investigate the case of a newborn girl found floating in a bag in the Mississippi River Monday afternoon. The sheriff’s department reports they still have no solid leads …

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    08 Sep 11
  • One Day Record at Food Shelf

    A one-day record was set Monday at the New Ulm Area Emergency Food Shelf. 43 families reportedly received food breaking the old one-day record of 41 families. There has been a sharp increase in food …

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    08 Sep 11
  • CarCrash

    A 30-year-old Mankato man is facing felony charges after he allegedly left the scene of a crash Friday on Highway 169 in Mankato. A driver reported to the Minnesota State Patrol that he was traveling …

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    08 Sep 11
  • Family Sues Over Raw Milk

    The family of a young child is suing a Gibbon farmers whose raw milk products were later traced to an outbreak of E.Coli. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture investigated dairy farmer Michael Hartmann and found …

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    08 Sep 11
  • Two Children Won’t Testify in Munt Case

    Only one of three children who were with their mother when she was shot and killed in Mankato will be allowed to testify at the trial next week. Joel Marvin Munt goes on trial for …

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    08 Sep 11