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  • Fire

    A barn in rural Morton was destroyed by a fire Saturday afternoon, and it’s been determined that it was started by children playing with fire. The Morton Fire Department responded to the barn fire at …

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    01 Apr 14
  • Mugshot Processed -

    A former Catholic Priest who served in Blue Earth and Winnebago has been sentenced to 25 years of supervised probation after pleading guilty to 2nd-degree Criminal Sexual Conduct. 47-year-old Leo Koppala was sentenced for the …

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    01 Apr 14
  • WasecaTrainDerail

    The cleanup continues after a train derailed in Waseca Monday afternoon. It happened at around 4:30pm as the train was leaving the yard. A Canadian Pacific spokesperson says that a total of 8 cars were …

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    01 Apr 14
  • PoliceInvestigation

    The Redwood County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the persons responsible for damaging several signs in the Wanda area Friday evening. The incidents occurred on Redwood County Roads 4, 6 and 17 north of Wanda. …

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    01 Apr 14
  • PropaneTruck

    Minnesota lawmakers may have reached the limit on what they can do to protect consumers from the propane shortages and price spikes seen this past winter. The Legislature swiftly approved $20-million in emergency heating aid …

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    01 Apr 14
  • NUCityHall

    The New Ulm City Council will be considering changes to the city’s Noise Ordinance today (TUE). This comes after many months of discussing noise complaints regarding New Ulm Steel and Recycling after the company installed …

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    01 Apr 14
  • BrownCountyCourthouse

    The Brown County Board today (TUE) will consider spending over $312,000 on a new ARMER radio site for the Sleepy Eye area. ARMER, or the Allied Radio Matrix for Emergency Response is the statewide radio …

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    01 Apr 14
  • Crops-Soybeans

    A government report says Minnesota farmers plan to plant more soybeans in 2014, but the same amount of corn as last year. The USDA said Monday that Minnesota farmers plan to plant 8.6 million acres …

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    01 Apr 14