Minnesota
  • Munt

    The Minnesota Supreme Court will hear the appeal of a Mankato man’s murder conviction. 36-year-old Joel Marvin Munt was sentenced to life in prison without parole after killing his ex-wife in front of their 3 …

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    16 Oct 12
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    A Gibbon area farmer accused of selling raw milk and uninspected meat has pleaded guilty to 2 of the 9 counts against him. 59-year-old Michael O. Hartmann entered the pleas on Monday in Sibley County …

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    16 Oct 12
  • CandidateForum

    The New Ulm League of Women Voters is holding a forum featuring the candidates for New Ulm City Council today (TUE). The candidate forum begins at 7pm at New Ulm City Hall, and will be …

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    16 Oct 12
  • SleepyEyeSchool

    The Sleepy Eye School District is holding a public hearing concerning the levy referendum being decided upon by district voters next month. Sleepy Eye schools are asking voters to approve a 5-year, $500 per-pupil levy …

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    16 Oct 12
  • FairmontSchools

    The Fairmont School Board has unanimously agreed to cut all non-mandated programs next school year if the district’s levy referendum being put before voters next month is unsuccessful. District residents are being asked to approve …

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    16 Oct 12
  • NUCityHall

    The New Ulm City Council will be discussing a proposed Dog Park for the community during it’s meeting this (TUE) evening. The New Ulm Park and Rec Department recently recommended South German Park as the …

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    16 Oct 12
  • Vote

    Today (TUE) is the deadline to pre-register to vote for Minnesota voters who don’t want to bring ID or other documentation on Election Day. Voters can also register at the polls on Election Day, as …

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    16 Oct 12
  • FloodedFields

    The application deadline is right around the corner for farmers to apply for state flood assistance in 15 Minnesota counties impacted by record rainfall and flooding in June. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture’s Kevin Plant …

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    16 Oct 12