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  • Lawn mower

    A toddler was taken to the hospital Thursday afternoon with a piece of metal lodged in his forehead. The Blue Earth County Sheriff’s Office says while the boy’s father was mowing the lawn, the mower …

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    27 May 16
  • Home invasion

    A Waseca man is charged in a home invasion in Otter Tail County on Sunday. According to the criminal complaint, 33-year-old Tyler Robert Janovsky stole a $10,000 boat near Otter Tail Lake in Fergus Falls. …

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    27 May 16
  • Harriet the Eagle

    The 35-year-old eagle ambassador at the Wabasha-based education center has died. Harriet has made appearances on the Today Show and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and in 2007 went to Washington, D.C. to celebrate …

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    27 May 16
  • Beyond the Yellow Ribbon

    The Watonwan County Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Committee announced a new tradition started this year in the Butterfield-Odin and Madelia School Districts. A Military Honor Cord will be worn at graduation by those seniors who …

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    27 May 16
  • courtw

    In the three years since the passage of a state law that temporarily lifted the civil statute of limitations for sexual abuse claims, the Diocese of New Ulm has received 98 claims of sexual abuse …

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    26 May 16
  • Ambulance

    A 62-year-old Arlington man was killed in Tuesday’s storms when a tree fell on him. The Sibley County Sheriff’s Office responded to a 911 call just after 6:30 Tuesday evening that a man, Marvin Ziesmer, …

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    26 May 16
  • tornado

    Overnight severe weather moved through Brown, Nicollet and parts of Blue Earth County bringing strong winds, hail and heavy rain to some parts of the KNUJ listening area. Areas in New Ulm and Courtland received …

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    26 May 16
  • Townhall meetings

    About a dozen people attended the Town Hall Meeting Wednesday in New Ulm with area legislators Senator Gary Dahms and Representative Paul Torkelson. Torkelson was the Capitol Investment Committee Bonding Bill Chairman and explained that …

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    26 May 16