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  • Lone Star BBQ

    The former owner of Lone Star BBQ in St. Peter died Sunday at his home. Sixty-three-year-old Tom Svendsen ran Lone Star BBQ with his wife, Mary, for four years until they recently sold the business. …

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    01 Sep 16
  • Patrol move over sign

    Minnesota State Troopers will be conducting a statewide crackdown on drivers concerning the “Move Over” law. The law requires cars to move over to the next open lane from stopped emergency vehicles that have flashing …

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    01 Sep 16
  • Fort Ridgley golf course

    Representative Tim Miller held a fundraising event at the Fort Ridgely State Park Golf Course on Saturday. About 40 residents, Friends of fort Ridgely and legislators from across the state turned out to enjoy the …

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    01 Sep 16
  • rural transit system

    The counties of Le Sueur, Blue Earth and Nicollet are working toward forming a joint transit system and part of that progress involves public feedback. Officials are gathering information about how the public would use …

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    01 Sep 16
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    Two teenagers have been charged with murder in the dragging death of an 18-year-old Montrose man. Noelle Ziegelmann of St. Michael and James Stiebel of Howard Lake, both 18-years-old appeared in Wright County District Court …

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    31 Aug 16
  • Redwood Falls police

    Redwood Falls Police are investigating how a razor blade found its way into a climbing wall at a park. Officers responded to Perk’s Park to find a razor blade stashed between one of the climbing …

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    31 Aug 16
  • Arden Kreft

    Former Arlington Mayor Arden Kreft passed away Friday at the age of 82. Kreft was the longest-serving Mayor in the history of Arlington, elected 8 times and in office from 1970 until 1993. Kreft’s legacy …

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    31 Aug 16
  • Gen John Vessey Jr

    Funeral Services for General John Vessey Jr., a Minnesotan who was chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under President Reagan, will be at  1 p.m. today (Wednesday) at the Fort Snelling Memorial Chapel at …

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    31 Aug 16