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    One of the 2 men charged with first and second degree murder in a beating death of Carver County retired farmer Earl Olander agreed to plead guilty to a reduced charge in exchange for dropping …

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    29 Apr 16
  • fatal  car crash

    An Arlington man entered a guilty plea Wednesday in a fatal crash August 16, 2015 in Sibley County. Kristopher Hipp was facing a total of four counts in the head-on crash west of Henderson on …

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    29 Apr 16
  • criminal charges

    A St. James teenager is charged with 5 felonies after he shot pedestrians, houses and vehicles with a BB gun in St. James Tuesday night. Eighteen-year-old Leonardo Lopez was charged Thursday with drive-by shooting, assault, …

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    29 Apr 16
  • Le Sueur Henderson school district

    An 18-year-old Le Sueur-Henderson student has been charged with assault stemming from a March 24 incident in which another student pulled a knife. Lawrence Dontae Gary of Le Sueur was formally charged April 15 in …

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    29 Apr 16
  • Darlene Arnsdorf

    A Comfrey woman is on the city council, drives a van for the school, runs the Comfrey Area Pride committee and serves on the library board. Residents say Darlene Arnsdorf keeps the community thriving and …

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    29 Apr 16
  • John LaDuew

    The Waseca teen charged in connection with plotting to bomb his high school and kill his family was ordered Wednesday to return to his home to live with his parents. Waseca County Judge Joseph Chase …

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    28 Apr 16
  • State Street Theater

    The State Street Theater will be left in the dark — starting today (Thursday). New Ulm Public Utilities has cut utilities to the building due to a 30-day overdue payment. State Street Theater Company President …

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    28 Apr 16
  • Distracted Driving

    The Minnesota Department of Public Safety has released the results of its distracted driving campaign. More than 300 agencies across the state participated in extra enforcement of anti-texting laws from April 11-17. Police officers, sheriff’s …

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    28 Apr 16