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  • Ballotw

    A Mapleton woman forged a primary election ballot mailed to her in the name of a former resident. Fifty-five-year-old Michelle Marie Landsteiner was sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to voter fraud on Monday. Landsteiner …

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    14 Feb 17
  • assaultchargesw

    A Gaylord man is facing felony assault and misdemeanor domestic assault after trying to run over a pregnant woman with his car. Twenty-six-year-old Alberto Garcia was charged Monday. The woman reported to authorities she was …

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    14 Feb 17
  • courtw

    A New Ulm couple was arrested Friday and charged with criminal sexual conduct and child endangerment. According to the criminal complaint, on February 3rd, the Nicollet County Sheriff’s Office conducted an investigation that resulted in …

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    13 Feb 17
  • courtw

    A Nicollet County couple was arrested on Friday and has been charged with criminal sexual conduct and child endangerment. The Nicollet County Sheriff’s Office received a report of criminal sexual conduct allegations and children endangerment …

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    13 Feb 17
  • New_Ulm_Diocese

    The New Ulm Diocese announced Saturday that one of its priests has been placed on leave during an investigation of allegations of inappropriate personal conduct. Monsignor Douglas Grams, Vicar General of the Diocese of New …

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    13 Feb 17
  • murder trial

    Two men are facing 3rd degree murder charges after the death of a Brown County Jail inmate from an overdose. Twenty-eight-year-old Andrew John Frederickson of New Ulm and 36-year-old Logan Harris of Lino Lakes are …

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    13 Feb 17
  • Miguel Vasquez

    After reviewing mental health assessments and listening to doctors testimony, Brown County District Judge Robert Docherty ruled 28-year-old Miguel Vasquez is competent and the murder trial will resume. The trial is scheduled to begin February …

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    13 Feb 17
  • From left, Jackie Krebbiel, Brown County Attorney Chuck Hanson, US Senator Amy Klobuchar, Southwest Crisis Center Sara Wahl and Southwest Regional Navigator Juli Fast.

    Senator Amy Klobuchar along with detectives, members of the justice system and counselors with the Southwest Regional Crises Center gathered Saturday afternoon to address the issue of human trafficking. Senator Klobuchar opened the gathering by …

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    13 Feb 17