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  • tobacco age law

    The North Mankato City Council will hold a public hearing to propose raising the tobacco purchase age to 21. The public hearing will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday night to discuss the ordinance. It …

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    15 Jan 18
  • Tony Cornish

    A Republican Primary is coming up on Monday, January 29th and three special elections will take place on February 12th to elect three new House of Representatives. State Representative of District 23B Tony Cornish writes …

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    15 Jan 18
  • Food drive

    Minnesota Valley Testing Labs held a holiday contest to raise donations for the Food Shelves in New Ulm and Bismark, North Dakota. A total of 1,542 items were donated during the contest from 10 departments …

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    15 Jan 18
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    12 Jan 18
  • Wabasso school

    During the Wabasso Rabbits Girls Basketball game Tuesday a water sprinkler head malfunctioned and poured water onto the walking path and below to the gymnasium floor during the game against Heron Lake Okabena. School officials …

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    12 Jan 18
  • Le Sueur Henderson school district

    Following interviews of three experienced former superintendents as finalists for the interim position, the school board took action to enter into negotiations with Dr. Jerry Jensen, former Lake City and United South Central Superintendent. If …

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    12 Jan 18
  • election

    A St. Peter Councilman has announced his candidacy for State District Seat 19A. Jeff Brand made the announcement Wednesday. The seat will be left open by retiring Representative Clark Johnson who announced earlier this month …

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    12 Jan 18
  • Highway 111

    Project Manager with the Minnesota Department of Transportation Matt Young was present at the Nicollet City Council meeting held recently to discuss ways to increase safety at the Highways 99 and 111 intersection in Nicollet. …

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    12 Jan 18