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  • MillerCrawford

    The date for a jury trial has been set for a 21-year-old Mankato man who allegedly tried to run over a security guard at the Briargate Apartments in Mankato. In court on Wednesday, the prosecutor …

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    27 Sep 12
  • Meth

    A man and a woman from Mankato face felony drug charges after a traffic stop and a search of their hotel room in Mankato. 32-year-old Jesse Brudelle was pulled over for not wearing a seatbelt, …

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    27 Sep 12
  • IV

    A nurse from Kimball has pleaded guilty to stealing pain-killing drugs while working at the St. Cloud Hospital. 42-year-old Blake Zenner admitted that he accessed lock boxes while working as a registered nurse and used …

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    27 Sep 12
  • Alcohol

    Officials continue to examine the growing problem of alcohol consumption in downtown Mankato. Law enforcement personnel say that too many people are getting drunk and causing trouble. Mankato police have met with bar owners to …

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    27 Sep 12
  • SoldiersMedalForHeroism

    A Minnesota National Guard soldier from Redwood Falls is among 3 soldiers to receive the “Soldiers Medal For Heroism” for their actions rescuing civilians in Iraq last year. The incident happened during the 1st Brigade …

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    27 Sep 12
  • RenvilleSibleyFiber

    The Sibley County Board on Tuesday tabled action on the Renville-Sibley Fiber Project bonding over “lack of information about legal and financial details.” The $70-million project would bring fiber optic phone, internet and television to …

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    27 Sep 12
  • RoadStriping

    Minnesota Department of Transportation officials are advising motorists to slow down when approaching highway paint-striping crews. The work is being done on various state highways in south-central Minnesota beginning today (THU), and is expected to …

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    27 Sep 12
  • TurnerHallMural

    New Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grants for organizations across the State were announced Wednesday. More than 80 organizations in 37 counties will receive the grants for projects aimed at preserving and sharing the state’s …

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    27 Sep 12