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  • BrownCountyCourthouse

    The Brown County Board today (TUE) will discuss a proposal for all future board meetings to be paperless. Going to a paperless meeting system would cost Brown County around $10,700 initially, with those costs including …

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    19 Feb 13
  • NUCityHall

    The New Ulm City Council will be considering the establishment of a Tax Increment Financing District for a proposed apartment complex on North Highland Avenue during its regular meeting this (TUE) evening. The apartments would …

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    19 Feb 13
  • ClarkJohnson

    The newest local-area state representative was being sworn in this (TUE) morning. Democrat Clark Johnson of North Mankato was sworn into office by House Speaker Paul Thissen today at 9:30am. The 60-year-old MSU-Mankato professor was …

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    19 Feb 13
  • HeadOnCollision

    Four people were seriously injured in a head-on crash on Highway 60 in Blue Earth County early Saturday morning. It happened at about 3:30am, and the State Patrol says that the highway was wet at …

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    18 Feb 13
  • Crash

    A Springfield woman was injured in a rollover accident on Highway 14 near Sleepy Eye Sunday afternoon. 45-year-old Christine Stark was travelling eastbound on 14 when her vehicle started to slide on the icy highway …

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    18 Feb 13
  • DriversLicenses

    Another lawsuit has been filed alleging that Minnesota government employees misused driver’s license data. At least nine federal lawsuits have been filed in the last year relating to misuse of the driver and vehicle services …

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    18 Feb 13
  • DavidMiller (1)

    The investigation into allegations that a New Ulm doctor was stealing pain mediation from a vulnerable adult continues, and state documents show that Doctor David Miller has a history of substance abuse. He was allegedly …

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    18 Feb 13
  • BradleySchnickel

    A former Glencoe police officer is facing multiple counts of criminal sexual conduct for allegedly having sex with girls as young as 12-years-old. 32-year-old Bradley Schnickel worked for the Glencoe Police Department for 2-and-a-half years …

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    18 Feb 13