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  • ManufacturersWeek

    This is “Minnesota Manufacturing Week.” Nearly one in seven jobs in Minnesota is tied to the manufacturing industry, and it has the second-largest payroll of any business sector in the state. In New Ulm, manufacturers …

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    24 Oct 11
  • DavidRadtke1

    A former pastor from the Gibbon area goes to trial on criminal sexual conduct charges this week. 52-year-old David Radtke is accused of sexually touching a 16-year-old foreign exchange student that had been staying with …

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    24 Oct 11
  • CycleCrash

    An Amboy man was injured Saturday afternoon after losing control of his motorcycle on Highway 66 south of Mankato. 49-year-old Theodore Krause was heading southbound on 66 when he lost control of his 2006 Suzuki …

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    24 Oct 11
  • CheckFraud

    A woman who was publicly calling for the suspension of the Danube police chief for alleged wrongdoing was at the same time using her position as a city council member to steal rent checks written …

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    24 Oct 11
  • Final program of the season at Harkin

    The final program of the season is Sunday (today) at the Harkin Store. It’s Lonesome Ron’s round-up and it’s a gathering of folk, country and bluegrass musicians to bid “happy trails” to the season and …

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    22 Oct 11
  • Trial underway for man accused of killing brother

    The trial of a Jackson man charged with fatally stabbing his brother is underway in Blue Earth County. Tyron Collins is accused of murdering his 37-year-old brother Kenneth Collins at the Colonial Manor nursing home …

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    22 Oct 11
  • Burglars1

    A Mankato man has been sentenced to eight years in prison for driving the getaway car during a robbery at the Minnesota State University credit union. 24-year-old Anthony Akiti was convicted of one count of …

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    22 Oct 11
  • Waseca Man gets probation

    A Waseca man convicted of false imprisonment and careless driving will not spend any additional time in jail but will have to register as a predatory offender for the rest of his life. 22-year-old Andrew …

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    22 Oct 11