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  • Bavarian Blast

    The weekend-long musical celebration Bavarian Blast is set to begin today (Friday) at 11 a.m. Event organizer Terry Sviene says bands such as Molly B and the Squeeze Box, Leon Olson, Larry Olson, the Wendinger …

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    15 Jul 16
  • Rob Brandl

    At the Cedar Mountain School Board meeting in June, the board received and accepted the resignation of High School Principal Jeremy Schultz. Schultz has been with the district for the past four years. He informed …

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    15 Jul 16
  • hoffman

    The Brown County Sheriff’s Office released a statement saying they would like to thank the citizens of Brown County for their support by reaching out to them in these turbulent times when law enforcement has …

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    15 Jul 16
  • Gibbon canoeist

    Gibbon canoeists Sam Gatton and Jesse Rider reached York Factory Manitoba Tuesday night. The journey took 50 days and Rider and Gatton paddled for 2,250 miles. The men paddled a wooden canoe built by Rider …

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    15 Jul 16
  • Extremely Careless Has Consequences, Usually.  By Glenn Mollette

    Extremely Careless Has Consequences, Usually. By Glenn Mollette When I was sixteen years old I drove my old 64 Chevelle about 70 mph to school one morning and ended up over a steep bank which …

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    14 Jul 16
  • Stabbing

    A stabbing took place in New Ulm Tuesday night resulting in non-life threatening injuries. Authorities say the stabbing took place near the intersection of 1st South and Minnesota Street in New Ulm. When officers arrived …

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    14 Jul 16
  • St James storm damage

    Watonwan County received a fair amount of damage during a severe thunderstorm that popped up Wednesday morning, dumping more than 2 inches of rain and causing downed trees and power outages. The National Weather Service …

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    14 Jul 16
  • Radon

    New data from the state Department of Health shows about 2 in 5 Minnesota homes have dangerous levels of radon. In Blue Earth County, more than 82 percent of homes tested have elevated radons levels …

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    14 Jul 16