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  • CarbonMonoxidew

    Authorities are saying a woman has died and four other people have been treated at hospitals after they were overcome by carbon monoxide while ice fishing in Martin County Sunday. Sheriff’s Officials say the group …

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    16 Jan 17
  • MnSure

    With millions of Minnesotans being negatively impacted by rising health care costs, State Representative Paul Torkelson of Hanska says a special effort is being made to begin quickly addressing health insurance premium relief and reform. …

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    16 Jan 17
  • Pedestrian struck

    Mankato Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a vehicle and driver suspected in a hit-and-run accident that occurred Friday night around 9:15 p.m. at the intersection of North Second and Washington Streets. …

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    16 Jan 17
  • Fort Ridgely State Park

    Commissioner of the Department of Natural Resources Tom Landwehr told the House and Environmental and Natural Resources Policy and Finance Committee Thursday the DNR will need more than $145 million each year for the next …

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    16 Jan 17
  • Neighbors_Fire

    Details have been released about a fire that destroyed Neighbor’s Italian Bistro Restaurant and Bar Saturday morning. The Mankato Fire Department responded at 5  a.m. Saturday morning to reports of flames coming from the first-floor …

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    16 Jan 17
  • Cleveland

    The Cleveland Historical Center has been sold. Local Real Estate Agent Christine Thomas bought the property with hopes of bringing businesses to town. The vision is to convert the building into a mall-like area with …

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    16 Jan 17
  • Madelia

    KNUJ is celebrating Madelia Day today for the start of Town Days Tour. Listen for live broadcasts from Madelia Lanes following the mid-day news in the 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. hours. Tune in to …

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    16 Jan 17
  • Fort Ridgely State Park

    State Representative Tim Miller of Prinsburg says he will chief-author legislation this session that would re-open Fort Ridgely golf course. Last year the Department of Natural Resources closed the golf course despite a large public …

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    14 Jan 17