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  • ChristinaDeLeon2

    An Arlington woman facing multiple charges following the accidental drowning of her infant son last year pleaded guilty to 2nd-degree manslaughter in court on Thursday and was sentenced to 48-months in prison. 20-year-old Christina DeLeon …

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    17 May 14
  • RafaelGandarilla

    A St. James man facing numerous felony drug charges made an appearance in Watonwan County Court this week. 26-year-old Rafael Gandarilla was the focus of a 2-month long investigation by the St. James Police Department …

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    17 May 14
  • DrunkDriving

    A former Mankato police officer accused of driving under the influence was sentenced to one year of probation for the crime in Blue Earth County Court Friday. Daniel Padilla was pulled over while off-duty at …

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    17 May 14
  • Scam

    Another new scam has been reported in our area. Authorities have been hearing from residents receiving what appears to be a legitimate email from the IRS that asks about about crediting their tax refund directly …

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    17 May 14
  • MarijuanaPills2

    A bill making Minnesota the 22nd state to legalize marijuana for medical purposes has cleared its final legislative hurdle. Lawmakers on Friday approved the compromise plan announced a day earlier. The Senate passed the measure …

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    17 May 14
  • MNLegislature

    The Minnesota Senate approved the 2014 Bonding Bill Friday after House lawmakers passed it early Friday morning. The billion-dollar package for state buildings and public works projects will call for $846-million in bonds, as well …

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    17 May 14
  • MLC

    A total of approximately 125 Martin Luther College students are taking part in the school’s commencement ceremony today (SAT). It starts at 10am in the Luther Student Center gymnasium at MLC, and is followed by …

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    17 May 14
  • HarkinStore

    The historic Harkin Store celebrates riverboats on Sunday with a special program from 1 to 4pm. The 1870s-era store is all that is left of the riverboat town of West Newton, and has much of …

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    17 May 14