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  • Sleepy Eye Lake Trail

    Even if you don’t have a bicycle, you can now have the opportunity to ride one on the Sleepy Eye Bike Trail. Bike share is an automated bicycle check out and return system with six …

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    27 Jun 17
  • prostitution

    Three Mankato men have been charged in connection with an undercover prostitution sting conducted by multiple agencies in May. Thirty-one-year-old Ahdayime Ahdesina, 28-year-old Erick Campos and 27-year-old Jonathan Bonnett all allegedly responded to an ad …

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    26 Jun 17
  • Sears

    New owners to the Sears Store in Fairmont took over barely six months ago and were notified recently their store was set to close. Owners Jennifer and Jimmy Bolden found out recently that their store …

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    26 Jun 17
  • Wind turbine

    A represenative from the wind industry and Xcel Energy recently presented a $2 million dollar check to a Mower County representative. The check represents the largest wind energy production tax payment made to any county …

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    26 Jun 17
  • Military recognition

    Thrivent Financial is sponsoring a non-profit organization community meet-and-greet Wednesday as a way for community members to learn more about and sign up for volunteer opportunities. Thrivent’s Amy Pearson says a feature of that night …

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    26 Jun 17
  • German Park Concert Series

    The summer concerts in German Park continue tonight with an Americana band out of Mankato called Bee Balm Fields. The music begins at 7 p.m. tonight and refreshments will be served. The New Ulm Puppet …

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    26 Jun 17
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    26 Jun 17
  • Police line

    The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that Andrew Dikken cannot withdraw his 2014 guilty plea to first-degree premeditated murder in the deaths of two Granite Falls people. Thirty-one-year-old Dikken is serving a life sentence without …

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    24 Jun 17