Minnesota News
  • SoldiersMedalForHeroism

    A Minnesota National Guard soldier from Redwood Falls is among 3 soldiers to receive the “Soldiers Medal For Heroism” for their actions rescuing civilians in Iraq last year. The incident happened during the 1st Brigade …

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    27 Sep 12
  • RenvilleSibleyFiber

    The Sibley County Board on Tuesday tabled action on the Renville-Sibley Fiber Project bonding over “lack of information about legal and financial details.” The $70-million project would bring fiber optic phone, internet and television to …

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    27 Sep 12
  • RoadStriping

    Minnesota Department of Transportation officials are advising motorists to slow down when approaching highway paint-striping crews. The work is being done on various state highways in south-central Minnesota beginning today (THU), and is expected to …

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    27 Sep 12
  • TurnerHallMural

    New Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grants for organizations across the State were announced Wednesday. More than 80 organizations in 37 counties will receive the grants for projects aimed at preserving and sharing the state’s …

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    27 Sep 12
  • UpperMidwestManagement

    The New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce has announced it’s 2012 Industry of the Year. Upper Midwest Management will be honored on Thursday, October 25th at the New Ulm Country Club. The full-service property management …

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    27 Sep 12
  • DEARTH OF DUCKS

    The weather was a little chilly on opening weekend, but wildlife managers say Minnesota’s duck hunting season is off to good start. DNR officials say results varied, but hunting was good across most of Minnesota, …

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    27 Sep 12
  • Cuffs

    The 17-year-old accused of punching an MSU-Mankato student and causing his death in St. Cloud last week made his first appearance in court Tuesday. Jesse Smithers of Sauk Rapids has been charged with 2nd-degree murder, …

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    26 Sep 12
  • Train

    A man struck and killed by a Union Pacific train in downtown Dundas late Sunday night has been identified. Authorities say the investigation into the death of 33-year-old Willem Vanvliet is ongoing. The Dundas man …

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    26 Sep 12