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  • car accident

    A Wood Lake man has been airlifted following a head-on collision in Redwood County Wednesday morning. According to the state patrol, 34-year-old Salvador Torres was traveling east on Highway 46 near Balsa Avenue when he …

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    02 Nov 17
  • donations

    A Franklin man seriously injured in a farming accieent in Redwood County on October 21st remains hospitalized. Twenty-nine-year-old Ryan Buchanan received extensive damage to his right arm and was airlifted to a hospital in the …

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    02 Nov 17
  • Becky Buller Band

    Becky Buller and her band came to Madelia while they were in the area and held an impromptu concert in the street in front of La Plaza Fiesta. The group sang the song “Phoenix Arise” …

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    02 Nov 17
  • Hermann Monument

    Attendance at New Ulm’s Hermann Monument came in at just over 12-thousand for the season. According to records kept over the season, the monument was open 119 days with an average of 102 visitors per …

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    02 Nov 17
  • Mending Spirits

    The founders of the non-profit organization Mending Spirits Animal Rescue are accused of stealing funds before they resigned from the organization. Tamara and Darren Scherer of Mankato have reached a civil settlement by the new …

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    01 Nov 17
  • theft

    A former Seneca Foods employee has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $35,000 dollars from company. Forty-five-year-old Chad Alexander Phillips of Elysian pleaded guilty to felony theft Monday in Fairibault County District Court. Phillips made …

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    01 Nov 17
  • Palmer Amaranth

    Minnesota ag experts are concerned to see Palmer amaranth has been found in a fourth county in Minnesota. All strains of Palmer amaranth have been found in conservation seed mixes and have gotten into row …

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    01 Nov 17
  • Serving Our Troops

    In 2004, six St. Paul restauranteurs and food purveyors flew into Greece to visit 1500 U.S. troops and brought with them steaks and a satellite signal to a jumbo screen in downtown St. Paul where …

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    01 Nov 17