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  • Arlingtonw

    The Arlington City Council voted against a joint city comprehensive housing study. The study would cost the city over $3700 and councilors felt that Arlington would be best served by conductying its own housing study. …

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    04 Dec 17
  • Food drive

    The 14th annual Redwood Falls Freezin for Food drive for area food shelf groups is being held Wednesday through Friday. Since the food drive began at Kohls Weelborg Ford in Redwood Falls, almost 290,000 pounds …

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    04 Dec 17
  • Arlon Fritsche

    A New Ulm man who has been with Brown County 4H for many years was recognized for his leadership recently. Arlon Fritsche received the Outstanding Service to 4H award. Fritsche has led a number of …

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    04 Dec 17
  • guilty of charges

    A former Gibbon teacher who admitted to having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old boy will likely spend three years on probation. 40-year-old Megan Jo Johnson pleaded guilty to gross misdemeanor criminal sexual conduct Tuesday …

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    30 Nov 17
  • election

    Four people in Blue Earth County are facing felony charges for voting crimes in the 2016 election. 26-year-old Alysse Miranda Fitzpatrick of Lake Crystal, 23-year-old Ashley Nicole Williams of Mankato and 27-year-old Taylor Mitchel Spence …

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    30 Nov 17
  • Minneopa State Park

    Sections of Minneopa State Park will be closed to the public Friday through Sunday during a hunt designed to prevent an overpopulation of deer within the park south of Mankato. Hunters with muzzleloader permits will …

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    30 Nov 17
  • Springfield Nativity Pageant

    Postmaster Ron Miller announces this week that postal patrons will have an opportunity to send Christmas Greetings with a special stamp commemorating Springfield. The official stamp is identifying Springfield with the Christmas Pageant. The stamp …

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    30 Nov 17
  • League of Women Voters public forum

    The New Ulm League of Women Voters and the New Ulm Human Rights Commission are hosting a Public Forum on Thursday.  Women Voters member Ruth Ann Webster says they have a series of speakers lined …

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    29 Nov 17