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  • JailCell

    An Olivia woman was sentenced to 98 months in prison for possession of methamphetamine on Wednesday. 52-year-old Mary Jane Lara was arrested last June after agents with the Brown, Lyon, Lincoln, Redwood and Renville Drug …

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    01 Jun 12
  • Crash

    A child was hospitalized early Thursday morning following a collision between a van and a car in St. Peter. The child was a passenger in the car, which rear-ended a mobility van at about 6:30am …

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    01 Jun 12
  • KatieLewis

    A Hutchinson woman has pleaded Not Guilty to accusations that she attempted to kill her 5-month-old son earlier this month. 24-year-old Katie Elaine Lewis has been charged with 3rd-degree assault, child endangerment, and domestic assault …

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    31 May 12
  • Graduation2

    High school graduation ceremonies continue across the KNUJ area over the next few days, with nearly a dozen school districts holding their commencement ceremonies. Schools holding their graduations today (THU) include BOLD and St. Peter, …

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    31 May 12
  • PedestrianHit

    A 12-year-old girl is in critical condition after being struck by an SUV while walking her bike across Highway 101 in Chanhassen on Wednesday. It happened at Lotus View Drive on the border of Chanhassen …

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    31 May 12
  • Dayton1

    Governor Mark Dayton is planning a trade mission to China. He’ll be joined by representatives from 3M, Best Buy, Delta Air Lines, Medtronic, and education leaders. Industry briefings will take place in Beijing, Shanghai, and …

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    31 May 12
  • FarmServiceAgency

    The US Department of Agriculture is closing hundreds of Farm Service Agency offices across the country, including in Waseca and Nicollet counties, as part of a nationwide cost-saving measure. The closures in Minnesota also include …

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    31 May 12
  • Chicken1

    The Green Isle City Council recently killed a proposed ordinance that would have allowed residents to raise chickens in their backyards. A first reading of the ordinance had been scheduled to take place during the …

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    31 May 12