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  • Gravestone marker

    State Authorities are revealing the identity of a wman murdered 35 years ago in Blue Earth by a former state trooper. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension announced Tuesday that DNA evidence helped identify the …

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    18 Mar 15
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    18 Mar 15
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    17 Mar 15
  • SemiTruck

    A bridge on Highway 93 in Le Sueur had no damage after a semi-truck got stuck underneath it. According to the State Patrol, the semi was too tall for the bridge and slowly tried to …

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    17 Mar 15
  • St. John Harbor

    Executive Director and founder of the organization 4her, Windie Lazenko, was one of several who spoke Thursday during a Safe Harbor conference on sex trafficing in southwest Minnesota, which was held at the Redwood Area …

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    17 Mar 15
  • InternetCable

    Ten city councils and a standing room only crowd packed the United Farmers Cooperative Berdan Center on Monday for a public hearing and adoption of a tax abatement resolution to fund a loan to the …

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    17 Mar 15
  • Chicken

    Restrictions now in place in Mexico and other countries on the import of chicken and turkey are likely to lower prices and hurt U.S. poultry producers. Minnesota is the largest turkey producer in teh U.S. …

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    17 Mar 15
  • MotorcycleCrash

    A Princeton man was killed in Minnesota’s first motorcycle crash death of 2015. Sherburne County Sheriff’s officials say 53-year-old Neil Larson of Princeton died Sunday night on County Road 3 in Blue Hill Township when …

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    17 Mar 15