Minnesota
  • BreakingTheIce

    The 1st-ever “Breaking The Ice” Walk/Run was held today (SAT) in both Sleepy Eye and Kuwait. The Sleepy Eye side of the event started at 9am, while Minnesota National Guard “Red Bull” Soldiers held a …

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    31 Mar 12
  • SergioTurrubiates

    An Olivia man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for the death of his girlfriend’s 18- month-old daughter. 21-year-old Sergio Turrubiates Jr received his sentence for the 2nd-degree murder charge on Friday in …

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    31 Mar 12
  • ChildAbuse1

    A Waseca couple facing felony charges of child neglect and malicious punishment of a child entered Alford Pleas in court on Friday. An Alford Plea means that Jeff and Deanna Musolf do not admit their …

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    31 Mar 12
  • Burglars

    Residents of a rural St. Clair residence woke up to find several intruders in their home early Friday morning. The Blue Earth County Sheriff’s Department says that the residents of the home on 185th Street …

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    31 Mar 12
  • Crops

    Minnesota farmers are expected to plant a record number of acres of corn this spring. The USDA says Minnesota farmers intend to plant an estimated 8.7 million acres of corn, up 7% from last year. …

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    31 Mar 12
  • HitRun

    Police in Waseca are asking for the public’s help in finding the person responsible for a hit and run crash Thursday evening. It happened at the intersection of Second Street and West Elm Avenue in …

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    31 Mar 12
  • NewUlmEagles

    New Ulm Schools will not be implementing a 4-day school week next school year. District 88 had been contemplating the move as a cost-cutting measure, but the plan hit a snag when negotiating staff contracts. …

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    31 Mar 12
  • FairfaxWaterTower

    Work is underway on the construction of a new water tower in the City of Fairfax. Earth-moving began this week on the $717,000 project. The new 150,000 gallon water tower will replace the city’s 110-year-old …

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    31 Mar 12