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  • Slow No Wake

    Because of the high water on the Fairmont Chain of Lakes and other lakes in Martin County, the “Slow No Wakes” that is in effect will stay in effect through the weekend. The Martin County …

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    22 Jul 16
  • storm damage1

    Governor Mark Dayton authorized state disaster aid Thursday to help Nicollet and Blue Earth counties fund storm damage clean up. Nicollet County will receive an estimated $256,000 to repair damage and flooding that occurred during …

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    22 Jul 16
  • Sibley County

    Sibley County turns 100-years-old this month. The county was established in 1893 and the state legislature set the county seat at Henderson. In May of 1887, the Gaylord City Council payed $30 to an attorney …

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    22 Jul 16
  • historical house demo

    On July 13th, the Heritage Preservation Commission denied a demolition permit requested by Bank Midwest to demolish a 1874 building on Center Street for bank expansion. Tuesday evening the New Ulm City Council over-ruled the …

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    20 Jul 16
  • Road closed

    Highways 4 and 14 in Sleepy Eye will close Monday as crews begin utility work. The utility work will take place between 9th Avenue Southwest to 7th Avenue Northeast on Highway 14. Detour signs will …

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    20 Jul 16
  • Timothy Huber

    A Paynesville man is seeking the dismissal of the 2011 murder case against him. Timothy John Huber’s lawyer argues there is not probable cause to support the charges against Huber and he is seeking dismissal …

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    20 Jul 16
  • Rapidan Dam

    The Blue Earth County Sheriff put out a warning that boaters on the Blue Earth River should keep a safe distance from the Rapidan Dam. Debris floating in the river’s high waters recently knocked out …

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    20 Jul 16
  • Diabetes Prevention

    Recent estimates project that as many as one in 3 American adults will have diabetes in 2050 and an additional 79 million Americans are at high risk for developing Type 2 diabetes. Beginning August 3rd, …

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    20 Jul 16