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  • Fraud

    A North Mankato man is facing welfare fraud charges after allegedly using food stamps to stock a food stand. Charges were filed last week against 57-year-old Brian Douglas Mechler who has had several criminal charges …

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    08 Jun 15
  • HumbleHearts foundation

    Events for the community drew a large crowd to Allison Park in Sleepy Eye Saturday to celebrate Kaylie and Tyler’s Faith Jam. The event is in memory of the Hadley siblings and three other young …

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    08 Jun 15
  • manhunt

    Authorities have made an arrest in an assault case they were asking for the public’s help on. Stearns County Sheriff’s investigators learned 55-year-old Steven Ruprecht of Richmond was the assault suspect. The victim positively identified …

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    08 Jun 15
  • RSFiber

    The RS Fiber Cooperative and the Hiawatha Broadband Communications (HBC) recently announced the appointment of a general manager. Toby Brummer will oversee the $15 million project that will bring a new fiber network to Sibley …

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    08 Jun 15
  • New Ulm car accident

    Five vehicles at Kohls-Weelborg Chevrolet in New Ulm were damaged Friday evening during a vehicle crash. According to New Ulm authorities 73-year-old Charles Milton Holman was traveling west in a pickup on Highway 14 near …

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    06 Jun 15
  • ATVRollover

    Five people received injuries in an ATV accident in Le Sueur County last week. Authorities received the call around 1:20 a.m. in Cordova Township. The sheriff’s department says six people were in a Honda Side-by-Side …

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    06 Jun 15
  • Police car chase

    A Mankato man has been charged with two felonies after he sold drugs to an undercover police officer and then led police on a high speed chase through New Ulm and Brown County. Twenty-nine year …

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    06 Jun 15
  • MnDotLogo

    Two counties are suing the Minnesota Department of Transportation arguing the state department is not living up to their end of the agreement. Steele and Waseca counties have filed suit against MnDOT to get paved …

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    06 Jun 15