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  • TrainCrossing

    Two grain cars derailed near the grain elevator in St. James Monday afternoon.  Traffic was blocked on Highway 4 for over two hours as the train’s engine was halted at the highway’s intersection with First …

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    10 Feb 15
  • CrimeScene3

    A 17-year-old Mankato West High School student is accused of bringing a BB gun to school.  The Blue Earth County Attorney’s Office has filed a felony possession of a dangerous weapon charge against Zakariya Hussein …

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    10 Feb 15
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    10 Feb 15
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    09 Feb 15
  • PolarPlunge2014

    The 2015 Polar Plunge was Saturday at Hallett’s Pond in St. Peter.  Officials say just over 600 people participated raising over $10 0,000 for special olympics Minnesota. 

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    08 Feb 15
  • IcyFishing

    The 28th annual New Ulm Area Sport Fishermen’s Ice Fishing contest is today (Sunday) on Clear Lake New Ulm.  Contest goes from 11 – 3 with registration at 10:30 am.  entry fee is $5.  People …

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    08 Feb 15
  • TaxEvasion

    The State Revenue Department is now accepting tax returns submitted using TurboTax.  That’s after announcing Friday it would not accept returns from Intuit due to potentially fraudulent activity.  As of 3 pm Saturday, returns were …

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    08 Feb 15
  • Crash2

    Two people are dead after a crash in Yellow Medicine County Friday morning.  The victims have been identified as 74-year-old Lowell Asplund and 74-year-old Sharon Asplund, both of Butterfield.  The State patrol says their vehicle …

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    08 Feb 15