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  • StorageUnit

    A substantial reward is being offered for information on a recent burglary from a storage shed in the City of Mayer. The Snap-On Tools Company is offering $10,000 for info leading to the arrest and …

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    27 Sep 13
  • VeteransCemetery

    The US Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded Minnesota a $10-million grant to establish a new State Veterans Cemetery in Preston. Southern Minnesota Congressman Tim Walz says that the federal funds will cover 100% of …

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    27 Sep 13
  • Vote

    Minnesotans can now register to vote from their computers or other remote devices, giving them an alternative to filling out a paper form. Secretary of State Mark Ritchie announced the launch of the online voter …

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    27 Sep 13
  • NUEagles

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board approved a preliminary tax levy for next year for the district on Thursday. Superintendent Jeff Bertrang says that next year’s levy will be only a .75% increase over …

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    27 Sep 13
  • GFW

    The GFW School District is moving forward with implementing the Q-Comp program, the state initiative that pays teachers based on the performance of their students. The program needed to be approved by the teachers union …

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    27 Sep 13
  • CodyServin

    A Gaylord man remains in custody in the Sibley County Jail after being charged with 2nd-degree burglary. 24-year-old Cody John Servin is accused of burglarizing an apartment at the Gaylord Motel. Servin had initially called …

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    26 Sep 13
  • Meth

    A 19-year-old Nicollet man is facing a felony drug charge after methamphetamine was allegedly found in his vehicle. Christopher Jon Diefenderfer was charged with felony possession after St. Peter police reportedly found the meth in …

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    26 Sep 13
  • MarkWetsch

    The bank robber known as the “Man in Black” has legally changed his name as he represents himself in court. 50-year-old Mark Wetsch has admitted to stealing more than $110,000 in 31 bank robberies across …

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    26 Sep 13