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  • GaylordWaterTower

    Gaylord’s Mayor for 18 years passed away May 16th at the age of 84. John Schwartz served as mayor from January 1985 until December 1990. And again from January 1993 until December 2004. He stepped …

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    23 May 16
  • Legislative session

    Minnesota’s Legislature has adjourned in chaos and left some key work unfinished. Lawmakers worked into the midnight deadline Sunday to finalize a package of construction projects and road and bridge repairs. The last-ditch effort fell …

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    23 May 16
  • Townhall meetings

    Area legislators invite resident to joint Town Hall meetings that will take place on Wednesday in Sleepy Eye, Springfield, New Ulm, Morgan and Redwood Falls. Senator Gary Dahms of Redwood Falls and Representative Paul Torkelson …

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    23 May 16
  • car accident

    Two people were airlifted to Rochester following a rollover accident in Redwood County. The accident happened just after 3 a.m. Friday morning at Kuhar Park north of Lamberton. According to the Redwood County Sheriff’s Office …

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    21 May 16
  • criminal charges

    Six more people are facing charges in a brawl that took place in April at a soccer game in land of Memories Park in Mankato. On Friday, authorities charged 5 other people with third-degree riot …

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    21 May 16
  • Christoper Weber

    Students at St. James High School listened to the devastating consequences of distracted driving Friday afternoon. Speaker Christopher Weber learned those consequences first hand. While traveling on Highway 270 in Rock County, 25-year-old Weber of …

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    21 May 16
  • Fort Ridgely State Park

    The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources division that oversees and manages state parks has announced the closing of Fort Ridgely State Park golf course effective July 5th. The DNR says this action is being taken …

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    21 May 16
  • kraft

    The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development is supporting the $100 million expansion of Kraft Heinz in New Ulm that will add 50 additional jobs. DEED is giving the project a $450,000 forgivable loan …

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    21 May 16