Minnesota
  • SleepyEye

    The Sleepy Eye School Board on Wednesday unanimously approved the implementation of a four-day school week beginning next school year. The move is expected to save the district more than $80,000 a year by reducing …

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    09 Feb 12
  • Stabbing

    Four people were charged with various crimes in Redwood County Court on Wednesday for their involvement in the alleged stabbing of 4 people on the Lower Sioux Indian Reservation on Tuesday. James Earl Toth of …

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    09 Feb 12
  • 3M

    There is a changing of the guard at 3M. Company officials say chief operating officer Inge Thulin has been promoted to chief executive officer and a member of 3M’s board. She will replace current CEO …

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    09 Feb 12
  • Nibbe1

    A Blue Earth County judge ruled on Tuesday that much of the alleged murder confession of a Lake Crystal woman can be used in her upcoming trial. 34-year-old Jennifer Lee Nibbe is accused of killing …

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    09 Feb 12
  • DFL

    Brown County Democrats in New Ulm unanimously supported Barack Obama’s re-election bid during Tuesday night’s precinct caucuses. Some of the resolutions approved by DFL’ers during the caucus included saying no to the Marriage Amendment that …

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    09 Feb 12
  • DwightTraxler1

    A 52-year-old Amboy man faces multiple felony charges after thousands of suspected child pornography images were confiscated from his home. The girlfriend of Dwight Thomas Traxler contacted the Blue Earth County Sheriff’s Office Sunday night …

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    09 Feb 12
  • Caucus12

    Over 150 people were on hand for the New Ulm Area Republican Party Caucus Tuesday night. Brown County Republican Chair Jim Hahn says along with the presidential straw poll, the main purpose of the caucus …

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    08 Feb 12
  • Rodenberg1

    Judge John Rodenberg served his last day on the bench in Brown County on Tuesday. Rodenberg was one of two judges named to the Minnesota Court of Appeals by Governor Dayton late last year to …

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    08 Feb 12