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  • drunk driving

    A Henderson man convicted in a 2014 drunk driving crash that killed his Le Sueur Henderson classmate is facing allegations he violated his probation. Twenty-two-year-old Joshua James Kruger pleaded guilty in August to one count …

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    08 May 17
  • motorcyclecrash

    A 51-year-old Granite Falls man was on his motorcycle traveling west on Highway 19 in Henderson when the motorcycle ran right and slid into a metal sign Saturday night. When the 2007 Harley Davidson motorcycle …

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    08 May 17
  • New Ulm Public School

    New Ulm Public Schools handed out awards during their employee recognition banquet Friday. Second grade teacher Eileen Furth was awarded the Elementary Teacher of the Year award and seventh grade math teacher Melissa Nelson received …

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    08 May 17
  • St. James Public Schools

    At a recent St. James Scholarship Assembly, two Miss St. James Ambassadors were announced. Brooklyn Mickelson and Alyssa Anderson each were given the title to represent the City of St. James during the Railload Days …

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    08 May 17
  • Merger

    The boards of directors of River Region Cooperative in Sleepy Eye and South Central Grain and Energy in Fairfax unanimously approved to bring the point of the merger of the companies to a member vote. …

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    05 May 17
  • David Allen Pettersen

    A Madelia property owner who killed a fleeing trespasser after an attempted break-in likely won’t see jail time under a plea agreement. Sixty-five-year-old David Pettersen shot 19-year-old Nicolas Embertson in January as he and his …

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    05 May 17
  • Windom

    Windom Police arrested a man Tuesday for fleeing police and threats of violence after authorities named him a person of interest in a recent burglary case. According to police 32-year-old Marlin Raynard Holder of Chicago …

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    05 May 17
  • BellePlaine

    Hundreds of Belle Plaine residents were in support of allowing a kneeling soldier known as Joe to remain in Veterans Park. Joe was replaced in April after the city council ok’d the creation of the …

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    05 May 17