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  • Theft by check

    A Lewisville woman has been charged with identity theft for using checks stolen from a residence in Faribault County. Thirty-five-year-old Lora Lynn Persky was charged Thursday. According to the criminal complaint, she is suspected of …

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    20 Jan 17
  • Fort Ridgley golf course

    With urging from area Legislators the Friends of Fort Ridgely and the City of Fairfax came up with a plan to operate the golf course at Fort Ridgely State Park. Friends member Randy Krzmarzick says …

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    20 Jan 17
  • Highway 14 partnership

    A Mankato City Councilor was elected to serve as president of the U.S. Highway 14 Partnership at the organization’s annual meeting held recently. Karen Foreman replaces outgoing president and New Ulm Mayor Bob Beussman says …

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    20 Jan 17
  • Lafayette

    Join KNUJ for live broadcasts from Dave’s Place in Lafayette this afternoon. Featured in the 1 p.m. and 3 o’ clock hours will be Lafayette Ambulance member Mark Dick, Lafayette Charter School’s Peter Rougs and …

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    20 Jan 17
  • criminal charges

    A Mankato bartender accused of raping and impregnating a woman has his first court appearance today. According to the criminal complaint, 34-year-old Jason James Kwasniewski was charged with one felony and one gross misdemeanor charge …

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    19 Jan 17
  • Blue Earth County

    The former Blue Earth County Humane Society Director has allegedly admitted to stealing funds from the pet shelter. Forty-five-year-old Molly Harvey of Le Sueur was charged Tuesday with two felony counts of theft. According to …

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    19 Jan 17
  • Beacon_Hub_Pen

    Beacon Promotions of New Ulm has announced they have been acquired by Hub Pen Company. The acquisition was finalized in December. The two companies intend to remain separate brands and maintain using the current facility …

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    19 Jan 17
  • New Ulm image

    Several hundred thousand protestors are expected in Washington, D.C. and at state capitols around the country Saturday for the Women’s March on Washington. Two new Ulm woman are planning to be in the crowd. Vicki …

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    19 Jan 17