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  • Northrop elevator fire1

    The grain elevator fire in Northrop over the New Year’s weekend will not soon be forgotten. What will also be remembered is the donations from an unknown number of people and businesses who answered the …

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    08 Jan 18
  • Lafayette

    The Lafayette Lions are hosting a benefit for a man who suffered a life-changing accident that has left him a quadriplegic. Delsin “Dee” Zamzow of Lafayette was severely injured in a dirt bike accident last …

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    08 Jan 18
  • Renville County Sheriff's Office

    A Renville County Sheriff’s Deputy is credited for reaching out and bonding with the communities he serves and is the 2017 recipient of the Chris Domeier Community Policing award. Deputy Tom Swyter was presented the …

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    08 Jan 18
  • Holiday Lights in Motion2

    In 38 nights of the Holiday Lights in Motion at Sportsmen’s Park in Sleepy Eye, 10,000 vehicles visited the park as people took in the lights and displays and over 1,300 people rode the Horse …

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    08 Jan 18
  • 2018 – Look In The Mirror  –  By Dr. Glenn Mollette

    2018 – Look In The Mirror    By Dr. Glenn Mollette   How did 2017 go for you? Was it a good year or a not so good year? Regardless of what happened you can’t …

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    08 Jan 18
  • Welfare fraud

    A New Ulm man accused of sexual assault is now also accused of welfare fraud. 57-year-old Robert James Sorenson has been charged with felony wrongfully obtaining public assistance in Sibley County District Court. According to …

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    03 Jan 18
  • Brown County License bureau

    The Brown County Commissioners approved a resolution supporting the maintenance of local license bureaus recently. The request supports additional compensation for deputy registrars to ensure sustainability in the new Minnesota License and Registration System. According …

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    03 Jan 18
  • Senator Scott Newman

    A meeting of the Senate Transportation Finance and Policy Committee has been scheduled for Thursday at the Senate Building in St. Paul to continue the committee’s oversight of the troubled roll-out of the Minnesota Licensing …

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    03 Jan 18