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  • Highway169Sign

    If weather cooperates, Highway 169 north of St. Peter could reopen to traffic and the detour removed as early as Thursday.  Drivers would still be restricted to two-way traffic along the highway’s northbound lanes once …

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    27 Aug 14
  • Ambulance

    A Brownton man was injured after he fell off a roof.  The Renville County Sheriff’s Department says Timothy Hahn was shingling a roof at a rural farm site northeast of Buffalo Lake when he fell …

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    27 Aug 14
  • Veteran

    The St. Peter City Council unanimously approved a proposed Veterans Memorial Park in Minnesota Square Park at their meeting Monday night.  An amendment was also approved that would change the square footage from 2500 to …

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    26 Aug 14
  • Burglar

    An Owatonna man was charged with second-degree burglary in Brown County Court Monday.  Steven Hess was arrested Friday morning at a residence on the 1000 Block of North Garden Street.  Police arrived and saw a …

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    26 Aug 14
  • PowerPoleDown

    A power outage Sunday may have been deliberately cause.  Mankato Police responded to a report of downed power lines near West Lind STreet and Highway 169 a little after 7 Sunday night.  Shortly after 10, …

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    26 Aug 14
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    KNUJ/SAM Radio invites you to take us along anywhere with our new free app for your Tablet or Smartphone. You can download the individual free app for our two stations on your Tablet or Smartphone …

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    25 Aug 14
  • Burglary3

    New Ulm Police are investigating three burglaries that were reported Friday morning, two of them on Front Street.  Police say they responded to a burglary report at River Creek Nursery at 1200 South Front Street …

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    23 Aug 14
  • Gaylord

    The Gaylord City Council is moving forward with plans for a new water tower on the city’s west side.  City Engineer Justin Black says a new 400,000 gallon tank is planned at a height of …

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    22 Aug 14