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  • Sibley East School

    The Sibley East School board unanimously approved a motion to reject the hiring of Carl Bratsch as head varsity football coach at a recent meeting. Bratsch has served as head coach for three years. Thirteen …

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    24 May 17
  • Jesse Larson

    A Waconia native and Minneapolis musician says he feels like he’s won even though he did not take home the big prize on “The Voice.” Jesse Larson placed fourth on the NBC show’s finale last …

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    24 May 17
  • Dahms, Torkelson

    Lawmakers went into special session early Tuesday morning to hammer out final details before adjourning for the year. That special session began just after midnight and is expected to be wrapped up sometime today (Wednesday). …

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    24 May 17
  • car accident

    A 17-year-old female was injured in a head-on collision with a semi on Highway 14 in Eagle Lake early Saturday. The state patrol says a Dodge Avenger driven by the teen was traveling west in …

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    22 May 17
  • Cottonwood River near New Ulm

    The persistent rain is causing flooding in county parks and rivers. Renville County Officials say Mack Lake and Anderson Lake County Parks are both closed due to flooding. The National Weather Service has issued a …

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    22 May 17
  • Agriculture

    The Minnesota House of Representatives approved the Agriculture Finance Conference Committee Report Saturday. This bill contains language written in partnership with the Dayton administration, and represents a “meet in the middle” compromise. The agreement combines …

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    22 May 17
  • Dahms, Torkelson

    State Senator Gary Dahms of Redwood Falls and State Representative Paul Torkelson of Hanska will be holding joint Town Hall meetings on Wednesday. The pair will be in Sleepy Eye at the Brown County REA …

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    22 May 17
  • PrincessCrown

    The 12 young women who will compete for the title of Minnesota’s 64th Princess Kay of the Milky Way have been named. The announcement came after a weekend leadership workshop held at the College of …

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    22 May 17