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  • Gaylord

    The city of Gaylord is making plans to be the new home of a medical school.  A request by Mid-Atlantic developer Danza group along with Gaylord banker Phil Keithan got the go-ahead this week from …

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    19 Apr 15
  • CrimeScene

    St. Peter Police are investigating after someone screwed a spray-painted wooden sign into the side of the St. Peter Funeral Home building Wednesday.  the wording on the signe read “Fluoride is poison” and also had …

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    19 Apr 15
  • Fire

    The New Ulm Fire Department had a fairly busy stretch early Saturday afternoon.  A call came in around 1:58 pm for a grass fire near Taulich Estates.  Firefighters spent about 30 minutes battling that fire …

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    19 Apr 15
  • Fatal

    Two Mankato residents were killed when their motorcycle was hit by an SUV Saturday afternoon on Highway 68 near Judson.  The state patrol says the 2005 Suzuki motorcycle was driven by Nicholas Bissette of North …

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    19 Apr 15
  • PoliceShooting

    Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting that occurred in Norwood Young America Early this morning (Friday). The Carver County Sheriff’s Department says officers responded to a call around 2:40 a.m. at a Kwik Trip located …

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    17 Apr 15
  • court

    A man alleged to have offered $10,000 to a man to kill a witness in a burglary case was sentenced Wednesday in Renville County District Court to 10 years of probation. Forty-eight-year-old Ronald James Anderson …

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    17 Apr 15
  • Cleveland

    Another Le Sueur County city has been added to the list of those restricting where predatory offenders can live. The cleveland City Council at their March meeting approved a Designated Predatory Offender Residency Restrictions ordinance. …

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    17 Apr 15
  • Le Sueur county

    German-Jefferson Lake residents whose septic systems don’t conform to state Pollution Control Agency standards now have a less expensive way to meet county regulations designed to ensure area waste water treatment systems are working properly. …

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    17 Apr 15