2011 Local The Area's Most Trusted News Source
  • CarCrash

    A rural Sleepy Eye teen was injured Tuesday evening when she drove her car into the ditch to avoid a collision. 16-year-old Chanda Selena Fuller was driving westbound on Highway 68 when she noticed a …

    Keep Reading >>

    30 Nov 11
  • MarijuanaPlants

    A Gaylord woman has pleaded guilty to a 5th-degree controlled substance crime for growing marijuana in her home. 40-year-old Sally Ellen Robinette was arrested in October after authorities discovered a total of 14 marijuana plants …

    Keep Reading >>

    30 Nov 11
  • ISD88SchoolBoard

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board approved a revised adequate yearly progress improvement plan this week. School districts that did not make adequate yearly progress must re-evaluate and revise their improvement plans annually under …

    Keep Reading >>

    29 Nov 11
  • GasPumps1

    The cost of gasoline has dropped below $3 a gallon again in parts of Minnesota. Stations in the Saint Cloud area this week began selling regular unleaded for under three bucks as pump prices continue …

    Keep Reading >>

    29 Nov 11
  • Vote2

    A Special Election is being held in Watonwan County today (TUE) to fill a vacant county board seat. The First District Watonwan County Board seat is open following the death of Commissioner Dwayne Krenz. The …

    Keep Reading >>

    29 Nov 11
  • Cuffs

    Two Mankato residents were arrested Sunday night after allegedly stealing over $1,200 worth of metal from a Mankato business. The crime occurred at just before 9pm Sunday on North Riverfront Drive in Mankato. An employee …

    Keep Reading >>

    29 Nov 11
  • Crash

    Two people were injured in a car crash in New Ulm Sunday evening. The single-vehicle accident happened at about 7pm at the intersection of 9th North and German Streets in New Ulm. 53-year-old Mark Fehlman …

    Keep Reading >>

    29 Nov 11
  • Drought

    More than 40% of Minnesota is experiencing drought conditions and there’s little relief in sight. Much of the southern half of the state has received nine inches less rain than normal since July. Meteorologist Shawn …

    Keep Reading >>

    29 Nov 11