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    A Franklin man has been charged after agents said he had almost 300 grams of methamphetamine.  Bruce Risen was sentenced to over seven years in prison Thursday in Brown County District Court with credit for …

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    05 Jun 16
  • drinking water

    The Minnesota Department of Health is telling Hector residents to boil their water before drinking it. According to officials a loss of pressure in the system could potentially cause backflow and bacterial contamination. All water …

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    03 Jun 16
  • butterfield odin school

    The Butterfield-Odin School Board unanimously approved a 2-year superintendent contract with a superintendent who interviewed May 5. Jerry Reker has accepted the position. Reker’s contract will pay a salary of $60,000 for 120 days in …

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    03 Jun 16
  • Hyvee Milk drive

    New Ulm HyVee Dietition Laura Schmidt says the New Ulm HyVee will be running the Great American Milk Drive in partnership with Feeding America. The drive will run from Monday June 6th through Sunday June …

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    03 Jun 16
  • Corpse Flower

    The corpse flower at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, affectionately known as Perry, began to open up on Thursday afternoon. Visiting hours to view the blooming, smelly plant will be held today (Friday) from …

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    03 Jun 16
  • Quilts of Valor

    Something new this year was offered at the Comfrey Memorial Day observance. The Comfrey American Legion Auxiliary Unit #244 held a Quilt of Valor presentation to 2 of Comfrey’s 3 surviving World War II veterans. …

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    03 Jun 16
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    A Le Center man is facing charges in a crash that killed a 21-year-old Winthrop woman on Friday. Twenty-four-year-old Modesto Domingo was charged Wednesday with three felony counts of vehicular homicide, gross misdemeanor second-degree driving …

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    02 Jun 16
  • handcuffs

    A Truman man was sentenced Tuesday to two years in prison after a jury found him guilty of wielding a knife inside a St. James laundromat last year. Thirty-nine-year-old Wilmer Govani Montoya Ulloa received credit …

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    02 Jun 16