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  • shooting

    The Shakopee teacher who was shot and killed by police December 31st at a hotel in Mankato was apparently under the influence of multiple drugs. A friend who was with 33-year-old Chase Anthony Tuseth of …

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    13 Jan 17
  • Fire department

    The New Ulm Fire Department was called to extinguish a fire downtown Thursday night. Assistant Fire Chief Aaron Wijifahrt says the fire began in the front apartment on the second floor of the Corner Home …

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    13 Jan 17
  • Turner Hall

    Turner Hall in New Ulm is launching a new fundraiser for upgrads to the 160-year-old building. This is the second part of a fund drive for historic renovations. Phase one projects included restoring the murals …

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    13 Jan 17
  • New Years baby

    Paislee Marie Schauer, the daughter of Heather Langness and Cody Creech-Schauer of Gibbon, was the first baby born in the New Year at Glencoe Regional Health Services. Paislee was born Wednesday, January 4th. She is …

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    13 Jan 17
  • car accident

    Two accidents took place on the same stretch of Highway 60 between Lake Crystal and Mankato Wednesday morning. The state patrol says 20-year-old Elizabeth Anne Hall of Butterfield was traveling east on Highway 60 when …

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    12 Jan 17
  • Madelia

    The City of Madelia has announced that the city has launched a plan to provide a road map for the future development of Madelia. Over the next 18 months, the city will be partnering with …

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    12 Jan 17
  • Welfare fraud

    Two Mankato residents are facing a federal charge after they allegedly falsified documents to obtain public assistance. Fifty-two-year-old Kyle Lewis Kirschman and 37-year-old Holly Kay Bloom were indicted last month for conspiracy to commit public …

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    12 Jan 17
  • solar garden

    The Sibley County Board recently approved an agreement with a solar garden in Hector. The 25-year-subscription will save county taxpayers nearly $500,000 through the life of the subscription. The agreement covers 120 percent of electricity …

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    12 Jan 17