Minnesota
  • CreditCardFraud2

    The St. Peter Police department is investigating several incidents of debit card fraud. Numerous St. Peter residents have reported that their cards were used to make unauthorized purchases in different states, and even in a …

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    16 Jan 13
  • BombSquad

    The bomb squad was called out to a truck stop near Albert Lea on Tuesday during an unusual standoff that sent a 26-year-old man to the hospital for a mental evaluation. Authorities say that the …

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    16 Jan 13
  • LorenEisenbarth

    The sentencing of a former Cedar Mountain bus driver found guilty of molesting a 5-year-old child has been delayed. 64-year-old Loren Patrick Eisenbarth of Morgan was found guilty of 2nd-degree criminal sexual conduct in a …

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    16 Jan 13
  • NUEagles

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board met with consultants on Tuesday to begin the process of searching for a new superintendent. Current District 88 Superintendent Harold Remme recently announced that he will be retiring …

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    16 Jan 13
  • BirchTrees

    A University of Minnesota startup is finding new commercial uses for birch bark. The venture is called The Actives Factory and it’s based in Two Harbors. The university says it will extract and synthesize naturally …

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    16 Jan 13
  • MattJaunich1

    The Sibley County Board made it official last week – there will be a Sibley County administrator beginning February 11th. Arlington Administrator Matt Jaunich has been appointed to the newly-created position, with a starting annual …

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    15 Jan 13
  • SpecialElection1

    Today (TUE) is the deadline for candidates to file for the Minnesota House seat vacated by Democrat Terry Morrow. The filing period for the District 19A seat ends at 5pm today, and the special election …

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    15 Jan 13
  • McLeodSheriffsOffice

    The trial of a McLeod County Sheriff’s Deputy has been cancelled after the judge dismissed the indictment against him. Deputy Mark Eischens was charged with assault with a deadly weapon and intentional discharge of a …

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    15 Jan 13