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  • Gustavus

    Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter is hosting a series of 6 lectures throughout the Month of January commemorating the US-Dakota War of 1862. Gustavus had just opened its doors for the first time in …

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    29 Dec 11
  • Fire

    New Ulm firefighters were called out to a truck fire Wednesday night on Highway 14 on the west end of town. The milk truck had pulled to the side of the road across from the …

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    29 Dec 11
  • Shoplifting

    A Waseca County woman and her teenage daughter face criminal charges after allegedly attempting to steal over a thousand dollars worth of perfume from a Mankato business. 34-year-old Angela Nicole Soto Beltran of Otisco and …

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    29 Dec 11
  • ATV

    The Renville County Board on Tuesday agreed to continue to move forward with plans for an ATV park in the Minnesota River Valley. The board voted to allow county staff to apply for federal and …

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    29 Dec 11
  • SmokingBan

    Renville County will ban the use of all tobacco products on county grounds as of January 1st, a move aimed at promoting the health of Renville County employees. The ban will cover the grounds of …

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    29 Dec 11
  • Fire

    Several streets in North Mankato were closed Tuesday evening after a fire broke out in the bathroom of a convenience store. The fire at the SuperAmerica at Webster Avenue and Highway 169 started at around …

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    29 Dec 11
  • A screen grab shows the access to Netflix online as displayed on a television screen in Encinitas

    (Reuters) – Netflix Inc and Gap Inc were among the worst performers in customer satisfaction among the largest online retailers this holiday season, according to a survey released on Wednesday. Overstock.com Inc came last out …

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    28 Dec 11
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    Italy’s short-term debt costs halved at auction Wednesday as a new package of budget austerity and an injection of cheap long-term money from the European Central Bank won Rome some respite in thin year-end markets.

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    28 Dec 11