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  • Police lights

    A New Ulm man has been charged with a felony count of escaping from custody. 48-year-old Michael Blomquist had an Order for Furlough from April that ended on completion of treatment, including aftercare. The purpose …

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    22 Sep 18
  • fatal  car crash

    The Minnesota state Highway Patrol reported that an accident turned fatal for one 22-year-old man on Friday night. A semi driven by 31-year-old Nathan Silbernagel of Morgan was westbound on Highway 14 in Revere when …

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    22 Sep 18
  • Road closed due to flooding

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation closed Highway 93 between Henderson and Highway 169 last night due to flooding on the Rush River. Traffic is currently being detoured to Highway 19. Motorists are advised that forecasted …

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    21 Sep 18
  • xcel energy

    Xcel Energy crews continue to work to restore power to approximately 10,000 customers still experiencing power outages following severe thunderstorms on Thursday. Since outages began, more than 71,000 customers have been impacted, and crews have …

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    21 Sep 18
  • renville

    Renville County announced a number of their parks will be closed today due to flooding. Anderson Lake, Beaver Falls Horse Camp, and Mack Lake will all be closed, effective immediately. They remind you that if …

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    21 Sep 18
  • car accident

    Three teenagers were injured in an accident in Cleveland on Thursday afternoon. The Minnesota State Highway Patrol reported that a Suburban driven by a 16-year-old Lecenter boy was traveling southbound on Le Sueur County Road …

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    21 Sep 18
  • DNR

    Take a Kid Hunting Weekend starts Saturday. The Minnesota DNR says that adult Minnesota residents accompanied by a youth younger than age 16 can hunt small game without a license this weekend, but must comply …

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    21 Sep 18
  • Storm 8_17_17

    Storms ripped through Minnesota on Thursday, causing major damage in some cities. Major damage reports came from Morristown where over a dozen homes are now uninhabitable, livestock was killed, and minor injuries were reported. According …

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    21 Sep 18