Minnesota
  • MinnesotaRiver

    There’s good news for the Minnesota River. US Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar identifies the waterway as one of the top eleven projects to serve as models of “America’s Great Outdoor Rivers” across the …

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    24 May 12
  • Gun

    The attorney for a Madison Lake man facing attempted murder charges for an alleged drive-by shooting says that the charges should be dropped. 18-year-old Alexander Marxen was one of four people arrested on March 6th …

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    24 May 12
  • Train

    A lawsuit has been settled between the family of a Blue Earth County employee killed in a train crash and the Union Pacific Railroad. The railroad company has agreed to pay $650,000 to the family …

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    24 May 12
  • NicolletCounty

    The Nicollet County Board on Wednesday voted to re-open the application process for finding a new county administrator when the 5 county commissioners split their views on the finalists for the position. Current Nicollet County …

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    24 May 12
  • Meth

    A 65-year-old Sleepy Eye woman who spent time in prison for selling methamphetamine out of her former Madison Lake resort has been arrested again on new drug-related charges. Mary Louise Pepper was stopped on Highway …

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    24 May 12
  • Flooding

    The majority of Minnesota faces the possibility of flash flooding tonight (WED). Meteorologist Steve Woolenhouse says that rain is highly likely. He says the high today will be around 83-degrees, and that a Flash Flood …

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    23 May 12
  • Cuffs

    A New Ulm man faces felony assault charges for allegedly getting in a fight with New Ulm police officers early Saturday morning after being asked to leave a New Ulm bar. 25-year-old Charles A. Miller …

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    23 May 12
  • NUCityCouncil

    New Ulm City Council President Chuck Schmitz filed for re-election on Tuesday. Schmitz is a retired Gas Department supervisor for New Ulm Public Utilities. He was first elected Councilor-At Large in 2008, and if re-elected …

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    23 May 12