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  • Mankato police

    Mankato police are looking for a woman in a red van who struck an 11-year-old bicyclist Monday. The girl was taken to the hospital after she was struck on the 100 block of Washington Street …

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    29 Mar 17
  • Road construction

    A bill directing $105 million dollars in federal funding to transportation projects passed in the House Tuesday, but not without a brief squabble with Governor Mark Dayton and the Department of Transportation about the money. …

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    29 Mar 17
  • Cathedral High School

    Cathedral High School students recently competed in the Minnesota State Science and Engineering Fair in Minneapolis. Several students received awards for their Science Fair projects including Sam Bulden who received the Minnesota Academy of Science …

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    29 Mar 17
  • River's Edge Hospital

    The St. Peter City Council approved the $31 million expansion for River’s Edge Hospital and Clinic Monday. Monday’s action allows for hospital officials to move forward with an application for a U.S. Department of Agriculture …

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    28 Mar 17
  • assaultchargesw

    A 50-year-old Hanska man is facing four felony charges for taking things from a residence and then assaulting the person living in the residence. According to the criminal complaint, the New Ulm Police Department responded …

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    28 Mar 17
  • New Ulm Rotary

    The 50th annual New Ulm Rotary Scholars Recognition Banquet was held Monday evening. The three Service Above Self scholarship recipients include Desirae Hertling from New Ulm High Schoo, Abigail Pleiss from MVL and Annie Roufs …

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    28 Mar 17
  • pets in parks

    The St. Peter City Council passed a resolution Monday that will allow pets in several parks in St. Peter as long as their humans pick up any messes left behind. The parks that pet owners …

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    28 Mar 17
  • Ambulance

    The City of Truman and its ambulance department recently donated an ambulance to the City of Ormsby. The rig became excess after Truman recently purchased a new one. Ormsby Assistant Fire Chief Ed Connell took …

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    28 Mar 17