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  • Crash

    A St. James man charged with criminal vehicular homicide made his first appearance in court Thursday for the charges. 23-year-old Mark Anders Chalin allegedly had a woman on his lap when he crashed into an …

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    09 Mar 12
  • KurtBills

    Another Republican has announced his intentions to challenge Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar this Fall. State Representative Kurt Bills is a freshman state lawmaker from Rosemont with what have been called “libertarian leanings.” The high school …

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    09 Mar 12
  • LCWM

    The Lake Crystal Wellcome Memorial School Board has announced it’s choice for the district’s next superintendent. A total of 25 applications were initially received to replace current Lake Crystal Superintendent Les Norman, who is retiring …

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    09 Mar 12
  • SnowmobileAccident

    Prominent Glencoe area businessman Mark Jungclaus remains in critical condition following a recent snowmobile accident on Gull Lake. The accident happened the evening of Sunday, March 4th when Jungclaus hit an ice heave on the …

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    09 Mar 12
  • ATV

    Neighbors and property owners bordering a proposed ATV park in Renville County want the county to kill the project. The proposed $1.3 million park near the Minnesota River in Sacred Heart Township has the support …

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    08 Mar 12
  • PedestrianHit

    A Morton woman has died from her injuries after being hit by a van on the Lower Sioux Reservation Monday night. 54-year-old Mary L. Smith was a pedestrian on Redwood County Road 24 when she …

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    08 Mar 12
  • Cows

    As farmers across the county mark National Agriculture Day today (THU), the Minnesota Agri-Growth Council is sharing new data on the importance of agriculture to Minnesota. The report puts total direct added economic value from …

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    08 Mar 12
  • Four day week for Dist. 88 unlikely

    It appears unlikely that a four-day school week for New Ulm District 88 will happen next year. The plan was derailed by the absence of current settlements with unions. Superintendent Harold Remme told a school …

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    07 Mar 12