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  • Cows

    The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is making $1-million in grant funding available to livestock producers for on-farm improvements that help them stay competitive. The 237 Livestock Investment Grant recipients to date have invested an estimated …

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    04 Dec 13
  • WinterDriving

    Wintry weather is heading our way, with a Winter Storm Warning going into effect tonight (TUE). Meteorologist Steve Woolenhouse says that a Winter Storm Warning will be in effect from 9 o’clock tonight through 6am …

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    03 Dec 13
  • FatalAccident

    A Henderson man was killed in a logging accident Friday afternoon. The Sibley County Sheriff’s Office says 53-year-old David Bach was pronounced dead at the scene after a branch hit him on the head. Authorities …

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    03 Dec 13
  • Crash2

    A Nicollet man was seriously injured in a rollover accident on Highway 99 Monday afternoon. 21-year-old Samson Palmquist was driving a 2003 Mitsubishi Galant westbound on 99 between Nicollet and St. Peter when the vehicle …

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    03 Dec 13
  • ArchbishopNienstedt

    The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis says it plans to release the names of priests credibly accused of sexually abusing minors on Thursday. The names will be posted on a new page of the …

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    03 Dec 13
  • PoliceShooting

    A firearm was discharged during a traffic stop in Renville County near Morton early Sunday morning. A Morgan police officer had made the traffic stop at Highway 71 and Renville County Road 15 just north …

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    03 Dec 13
  • Embezzlement

    A settlement will likely be reached in the case against a former city administrator accused of embezzling thousands of dollars from the City of Hector. 60-year-old Barb Hoyhtya made an appearance in Renville County Court …

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    03 Dec 13
  • ThinIce

    Despite the colder weather recently, the Minnesota DNR is urging people to use caution when venturing onto a frozen lake or pond.  Four inches is the recommended thickness for walking on ice, but officials say …

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    03 Dec 13