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  • LegislativeImmunityCards

    Minnesota’s secretary of state says he will no longer issue cards that some thought would give lawmakers immunity from being arrested for drunken driving or other crimes during a legislative session. Secretary of State Mark …

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    22 May 14
  • TownHallMeeting

    State Representative Paul Torkelson of Hanska and State Senator Gary Dahms of Redwood Falls are holding Town Hall meetings in Wabasso, Franklin, Redwood Falls, Springfield, Sleepy Eye and New Ulm today (THU). Senator Dahms says …

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    22 May 14
  • NUEagles

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board will consider increasing school lunch prices by 10-cents at all New Ulm schools during its meeting this (THU) evening. The board will also be considering a decrease in …

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    22 May 14
  • SeniorCitizens

    Minnesota is tops in the nation for the health of adults 65 and older, according to the annual America’s Health Rankings Senior Report. State Health Commissioner Dr. Ed Ehlinger says that our state is number …

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    22 May 14
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    22 May 14
  • FatalCrash

    Authorities have released the details of a fatal head-on crash just east of Hutchinson Tuesday morning. 28-year-old Ryan Allen of Hutchinson was driving a Chrysler 200 northbound on Highway 22 when he collided with a …

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    21 May 14
  • GregorySunderman

    A 52-year-old St. Peter man accused of having a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl from Mankato has been sentenced to 120 days in the Blue Earth County Jail. Gregory Ross Sunderman was convicted of …

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    21 May 14
  • MNMap1863

    The Mdewakanton Sioux community has filed a lawsuit to reclaim what they say is tribal land in Redwood, Renville and Sibley Counties. The tribe says a declaration from the Secretary of the Interior in 1863 …

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    21 May 14