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  • moriahzwort

    The 20-year-old Le Sueur woman who drowned in the Minnesota River this spring allegedly received a bottle of whiskey from her boyfriend’s twin brother. According to the criminal complaint, 26-year-old Joshua Steven Randolph is charged …

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    16 Jul 15
  • prostitution

    Formal charges for suspects arrested during a prostitution sting investigation have not yet been released. Brown and Nicollet County enforcement agencies continue to process paperwork in the case and that information has not been released …

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    16 Jul 15
  • hyvee recalled macaroni salad

    Nebraska-based D&D Foods is recalling 3-pound containers of HyVee American Macaroni Salad because of incorrect labeling. The product may contain wheat and milk that is not listed. People with milk or gluten allergies run the …

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    16 Jul 15
  • brainerd_storm_damage

    Four Springfield students were attending a week-long camp in northern Minnesota when severe storms ripped through the area Sunday evening. Violet Hovland, Kyle Quesenberry, Zackary Hensch and Hailey Runck were among 140 campers and staff …

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    16 Jul 15
  • fire hydrant painting

    Local artists like Ann Ayre have begun to paint artistic designs on fire hydrants in the New Ulm downtown district. Ayre began painting a hydrant Wednesday morning across from the KNUJ New Ulm studio. Her …

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    16 Jul 15
  • St. Peter Security Hospital

    A security guard was injured Monday night when a juvenile at the St. Peter Security Hospital slammed her head into the wall and kicked or kneed her while on the ground. The juvenile had been …

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    15 Jul 15
  • school bus accident

    School officials are saying that none of the children aboard a school bus taking them to a Head Start program were seriously injured when a car crashed head-on into the bus. The state patrol says …

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    15 Jul 15
  • lawsuit settled

    Nicollet County and a road contractor have agreed on a settlement over a lawsuit from a 2012 highway construction project. In the agreement the county will pay the contractor $100,000 less than 25 percent of …

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    15 Jul 15