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  • FatalCrash2

    A Hector man was involved in a head-on crash Tuesday afternoon in Polk County that left a 16-year-old dead. 39-year-old Brian Doehling of Hector was driving a Freightliner semi-truck northbound on Highway 32 when a …

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    27 Feb 13
  • SnowmobileAccident

    Charges are pending against a Morton man involved in a snowmobile accident Friday night. 44-year-old David Pehl was reportedly driving a 1997 Polaris snowmobile along Redwood County Road 101 in North Redwood at around 9pm …

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    27 Feb 13
  • Arson

    A 20-year-old Fairmont man facing arson charges for allegedly starting a fire at a Fairmont school made an appearance in court on Monday. Timothy Jude Brickner was accused of setting curtains on fire in the …

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    27 Feb 13
  • OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

    A Gibbon area dairy farmer is again facing criminal charges in connection with selling unpasteurized milk and other food products. 59-year-old Michael Hartmann is accused of selling raw milk products and of failing to bring …

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    27 Feb 13
  • Scam

    State officials are warning of a scam by a group posing as the Minnesota Department of Revenue that uses claims of tax refunds as bait to obtain personal data. The scammers are reportedly seeking personal …

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    27 Feb 13
  • Highway14Sign1

    The Minnesota House Transportation Finance Committee is discussing the 4-lane expansion of Highway 14 from New Ulm to Mankato today (WED), as a pair of bills dealing with funding the long sought after project work …

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    27 Feb 13
  • FracSandMining

    A controversial one-year moratorium has been added to a bill designed to regulate “frac sand” mining, which some say is threatening air and water quality. Republican State Senator Julie Rosen of Fairmont objects to the …

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    27 Feb 13
  • MNCapitol

    A bipartisan group of Minnesota lawmakers who want to increase state funding to nursing homes say failing to do so means more long-term care facilities will close. A group of House and Senate members unveiled …

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    27 Feb 13