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  • LakeCrystal

    There are not a lot of details at this point, but the Blue Earth County Sheriff’s Department says that Lake Crystal Wellcome Memorial Schools were put on lockdown Wednesday afternoon after police received a call. …

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    17 Mar 17
  • New judges swore in

    A new 5th Judicial District Court judge was sworn in Thursday at the Blue Earth County Courthouse. District Court Judge Krista Jass gave the oath to new judge Mark Betters. Betters was appointed by Governor …

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    17 Mar 17
  • La Plaza Fiesta

    Madelia’s La Plaza Fiesta received a little help Wednesday from a popular Twin Cities restaurant and a local state senator. Hell’s Kitchen in Minneapolis hosted the La Plaza staff to cook dishes for them as …

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    17 Mar 17
  • PrincessCrown

    Six young women are vying for the title to be an ambassador of Sleepy Eye. Coronation will take place Sunday evening at 7 p.m. at the Orchid Inn to crown the 2017 Miss Sleepy Eye. …

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    17 Mar 17
  • arrestw

    A Gaylord man is facing felony third-degree criminal sexual conduct charges after he allegedly raped a friend while she slept. Twenty-year-old Dominic Andrade Castillo was charged Tuesday. According to the criminal complaint, overnight on January …

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    16 Mar 17
  • car accident

    A person was ejected from a vehicle Wednesday afternoon in a three-vehicle car accident one miles south of Renville. The Renville County Sheriff’s Office says a Chevy Surburban driven by 62-year-old Duane Baalson of Sacred …

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    16 Mar 17
  • Le Sueur

    The Le Sueur City Council was asked to consider residency restriction for high-risk sex offenders at Monday’s meeting. Police Chief Bruce Kelly presented the proposed ordinance that would read that a level 3 offender would …

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    16 Mar 17
  • GFW

    Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop High School students, senior Madessen Berger and sophomore Citali Rangle, have been chosen to submit artwork at an exhibition at the Hopkins Center for the Arts. The Youth Art Month Student Exhibition will run …

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    16 Mar 17