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  • Senator Amy Klobuchar_US

    US Senator Amy Klobuchar’s office will kick off her “Minnesota Workforce Tour” Thursday with a stop in Redwood Falls. Klobuchar’s staff will join with Redwood businesses and education leaders to discuss local initiatives to bridge …

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    06 Jun 17
  • North Mankato

    The North Mankato City Council approved $2.3 million in upgrades to the Spring Lake Park Swim Facility Monday night. Upgrading the swim facility was among the top 5 projects North Mankato residents wanted when a …

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    06 Jun 17
  • Police

    A deputy with the Blue Earth County Sheriff’s Office made a routine traffic stop on Madison Avenue in Mankato Sunday afternoon only to have the driver flee in the vehicle. According to the sheriff’s office, …

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    05 Jun 17
  • Tri City United

    Tri-City United Schools recently received state recognition at the state capitol. The district was one of 5 schools honored by Synergy and Ledership for excellence in character and ethical leadership development. Tri-City United received the …

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    05 Jun 17
  • deer crashes

    A Gaylord woman was injured in a vehicle-deer accident north of St. Peter on Highway 169 Thursday night. According to the state patrol a Chevy Trailblazer driven by 52-year-old Francisco Moreno was traveling south when …

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    05 Jun 17
  • Fort Ridgely_Fairfax golf course

    After the resolution to accept the Department of Natural Resources final least agreement for the Fort Ridely Golf Course was voted down by the Fairfax City Council, the Friends of Fort Ridgely have accelerated their …

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    05 Jun 17
  • Concord Singers

    The Concord Singers will kick off the German Park Concert Series tonight. The concert begins at 7 p.m. in German Park. Relay for Life will be selling popcorn and soda. Concerts will take place every …

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    05 Jun 17
  • Carver County

    A former Chanhassen Principal has pleaded guilty to child pornography charges. The Carver County Attorney’s office says Timothy Dorway pleaded guilty Thursday to seven counts of possessing child pornography. A plea agreement requires Dorway to …

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    02 Jun 17