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  • bear tracking map

    There have been multiple reports of bear sightings south of Gaylord recently. Cath Stien reported seeing a black bear in her yard Saturday around 8:30 p.m. She lives a few miles south of Gaylord on …

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    07 Jul 18
  • Beussman bridge road

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation has issued reports on roads that have reopened, but in the meantime more are being closed. Highway 68 southeast of New Ulm near Courtland was closed July 1st following a …

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    07 Jul 18
  • Bavarian Blast new logo

    New Ulm’s biggest musical festival of the summer is coming up. Bavarian Blast, now in its 13th year will take place July 20th through July 22nd with a Pre-Blast Party on July 19th. The German …

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    07 Jul 18
  • atv accident

    A woman is dead after rolling the ATV she was on at a residence on Judson Bottom Road in rural North Mankato. The Nicollet County Sheriff’s Office received a report of an ATV accident shortly …

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    06 Jul 18
  • courtw

    The defense team for Scott Engelbrecht of St. James filed a motion requesting a mental health evaluation last week and late Tuesday afternoon a judge at Watonwan County District Court granted the request. Attoarneys for …

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    06 Jul 18
  • mudslide

    Highway 68 west of Blue Earth County Road 45 near Courtland has been reopened. The road was closed July 1st due to a mudslide. Minnesota Department of Transportation crews have cleared significant mud, fallen trees …

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    06 Jul 18
  • Wilder Pageant

    Heavy rains and flooding have caused the opening of the Wilder Pageant Production to be rescheduled. Performances will now run Thursday Friday and Saturday for two weekends July 12-14 and July 19-21. Current ticket holders …

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    06 Jul 18
  • springfield golf course

    Residents living in River Bluff Apartments in Springfield were evacuated Wednesday afternoon after a rapid rise in the water level of the Cottonwood River. The National Weather Service was reporting a level of 32.6 feet …

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    05 Jul 18