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  • Travis Sebring

    The former Meeker County Deputy who was arrested after allegedly taking drugs from the county’s drug drop-off box made his initial appearance in Meeker County District Court in Litchfield Tuesday. Thirty-three-year-old Travis Sebring of Grove …

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    21 Apr 16
  • Le Sueur Henderson school district

    Monday night’s Le Sueur-Henderson School Board meeting was a difficult night as several teachers were listed in the first personnel cuts for the 2016-17 school year. Among those terminated include Tammy Burman, Brandon Gleason, Dwight …

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    21 Apr 16
  • Tauers Springfield

    Tauer’s Grocery Store has been serving the grocery needs of the Springfield area for the past 75 years. In May, a new owner will take over that responsibility. The Tauer family has sold Tauer’s Grocery …

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    21 Apr 16
  • Fairmont

    Mayo Clinic Health System in Fairmont is opening its new emergency department on Monday. In the meantime, a public open house is being held today (Thursday) from 2-7 p.m. The emergency department includes four exam …

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    21 Apr 16
  • prostitution

    A prostitution sting in New Ulm results in a massage business operator being arrested for a prostitution charge. Fifty-two-year-old Yanping Wang of New Ulm was charged with a gross misdemeanor of prostitution in a public …

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    20 Apr 16
  • theft

    A Litchfield man who robbed a Wells Fargo Bank in North Dakota was sentenced Monday to more than 5 years in federal prison. Authorities say Jeremy Fahleen entered a Gate City Bank in Fargo April …

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    20 Apr 16
  • Nathan Kranz

    A Gaylord farmer has won the vacant seat on the Sibley East School Board after Tuesday night’s special election, defeating 5 other candidates. Nathan Kranz will fill the short-term vacancy until December 31st.  Kranz became …

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    20 Apr 16
  • Perkins fire2

    Not even 72 hours after fire destroyed the Perkins Restaurant in New Ulm, General Manager Bobbi Fuhr already estimates the eatery will be back up and running within 3 months. What keeps Fuhr going, she …

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    20 Apr 16