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  • Scam

    The Sleepy Eye Police Department has issued a scam alert for area businesses. Investigators say that a white male was at a Sleepy Eye business recently and paid cash for his purchase, but during the …

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    13 Mar 14
  • PaulPeterson

    The St. Peter School Board voted unanimously Tuesday night to name St. Peter High School Principal Paul Peterson the district’s next superintendent. Current St. Peter Superintendent Jeff Olson is retiring on June 30th after nearly …

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    13 Mar 14
  • ATV2

    The Renville County Board on Tuesday voted to delay a vote on the proposed use of ATVs on county roads after hearing safety concerns. The commissioners were warned against the use of all-terrain vehicles on …

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    13 Mar 14
  • SleepyEye

    The Sleepy Eye City Council approved the retirements of 2 city employees this week. Sleepy Eye Police Chief John Schueller  and Park and Rec Director Daryl Bergs are retiring as of April 30th. Schueller has …

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    13 Mar 14
  • Arlington

    The first round of interviews to find a new chief of police for the City of Arlington took place Wednesday. The city received a total of 12 applications for the police chief position, and 2 …

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    13 Mar 14
  • HotdishOff2014Winner

    US Senator Al Franken held his annual “Hotdish-Off” competition on Wednesday in Washington DC, and southern Minnesota Congressman Tim Walz was the winner for the second year in a row. This was the 4th year …

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    13 Mar 14
  • RoadWeightRestrictions

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation has announced that spring truck weight restrictions begin this Friday, March 14th on state highways in Minnesota’s South, Southeast and Metro frost zones. Winter load increases and overweight permits remain …

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    13 Mar 14
  • NUEagles

    The Eagles Extravaganza is taking place Friday evening at the New Ulm Event Center. All of the proceeds from the annual event benefit New Ulm District 88 schools. It started 3 years ago after a …

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    13 Mar 14