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  • Python

    An 10-foot long, 35-pound Redtail Boa was captured Saturday night around 10 p.m. in Buffalo Creek Park near Glencoe. The McLeod County Sheriff’s Office is now seeking its owner. The sheriff’s office says the snake …

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    29 Aug 16
  • Fort Ridgley golf course

    The Friends of Fort Ridgely hosted a golf event Saturday at Fort Ridgely State Park golf course. Lawmakers invited included Minnesota House Speaker Kurt Daudt, Majority Leader Joyce Peppin and other House members. Those that …

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    29 Aug 16
  • Jeffers

    Jeffers may have lost the elementary school to Lamberton this year, but that doesn’t mean the town isn’t thriving. The small community in Cottonwood County recently opened a restaurant. The first in 5 years. Bev …

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    29 Aug 16
  • Food Traveler Magazine

    The national magazine called Food Traveler recently had a section in their magazine listing America’s Top Beer and Wine Destinations. The article highlighted Schell’s Brewery, Morgan Creek Vineyards and hots spots in New Ulm to …

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    29 Aug 16
  • FAA

    A former Sleepy Eye man currently living in Mankato was recently awarded the Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award by the Federal Aviation Administration in recognition of his 50 years of aviation experience. The award recognizes …

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    29 Aug 16
  • Police car chase

    A Le Center woman who took officers on a multi-county pursuit earlier this month before disappearing into a corn field has been arrested. Twenty-two-year-old Jacqueline Rodriguez was charged earlier with first-degree possession of a controlled …

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    27 Aug 16
  • GaylordWaterTower

    At a recent Gaylord City Council meeting, the engineer in charge of the old water tower demolition reported to councilors that the demolition was going to be delayed. The demolition was originally scheduled for Monday, …

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    27 Aug 16
  • Michael Cimino

    An artist originally from New Ulm is preparing for an exhibit in St. Peter and so are the police after the exhibit has sparked controversy. Michael Cimino’s exhibit features more than 600 retired American Flags …

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    27 Aug 16