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  • Le Sueur County2

    One day after the state health department confirmed there were two cases of measles in Le Sueur County commissioners were presented with a rundown of the situation by county health director Cindy Shaughnessy. The two …

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    18 May 17
  • Fairfax

    The Fairfax City Council opened their May meeting with an update on the Fort Ridgely Golf Course. Chairman of the Golf Course Board Tom Otto told the council there are a few minor items that …

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    18 May 17
  • Springfield School

    The Springfield Education Association recently named their Teacher of the Year. Mark Buerkle teaches English at Springfield High School and coaches 8th grade basketball. He was selected by the faculty of Springfield Public Schools. The …

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    18 May 17
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    18 May 17
  • fatal  car crashw

    A Minnesota State University Mankato student and Lamberton native was killed Tuesday when his vehicle was struck by a tractor on Highway 14 near Lamberton. The state patrol says 55-year-old Steven Alan Churchill of Revere …

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    17 May 17
  • feedlot

    The Brown County Board approved a conditional use permit application in a 4 to 1 vote Tuesday to allow a new hog finishing operation in Mulligan Township. The application from Zach Beckius was tabled at …

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    17 May 17
  • measles

    Brown County Public Health Director Karen Moritz told Brown County Commissioners Tuesday that public health is on alert since measles has moved closer to the area. The case of measles rose by 4 over the …

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    17 May 17
  • Hermann Heights Playground

    Results of a recent survey conducted by the National Research Center show New Ulm residents fell satisfied with the quality of life and services provided by the City of New Ulm. Three hundred surveys were …

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    17 May 17