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  • theft

    A Lake Crystal man who committed a string of burglaries across Blue Earth County and Madelia last year will spend the next 20 months in prison. 24-year-old Joshua Richard Kelly was convicted of seven felony …

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    11 Apr 18
  • Blue Earth Area School

    An investigation of the Blue Earth Area School District’s disciplinary actions following an alleged assault has found the district acted appropriately. In October 2017, four students reportedly assaulted a fellow student at a party in …

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    11 Apr 18
  • Belle Plaine

    Belle Plaine residents met at the Vet’s Club Sunday evening to express their concerns about a proposed $33 million community center. The meeting was hosted by a newly formed community group called Citizens for the …

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    11 Apr 18
  • Fairmont

    Fairmont native and children’s book author Dori Hillestad Butler has received an award for one of her children’s books. “King and Kayla and the Case of the Missing Dog Treats” won the 2018 Theodor Suess …

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    11 Apr 18
  • Veterans Bridge_Mankato

    A North Mankato man wasn’t seriously injured Monday when he jumped off Veterans Memorial Bridge. A 60-year-old man called 911 from the bridge shortly after 5:30 a.m. and said he intended to kill himself. The …

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    10 Apr 18
  • theft

    A St. James woman is facing felony charges for allegedlly stealing from an elderly relative. 62-year-old Linda Louise Ottum allegedly spent over $81,000 from an 82-year-old woman’s bank account last year and this year. As …

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    10 Apr 18
  • DNR

    The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources proposed a 10-year plan Monday to manage the state’s deer population and allow for more citizen input. The plan establishes an annual statewide harvest target of 200,000 deer. The …

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    10 Apr 18
  • Ramsey Park_Redwood Falls

    Several years ago a group of leaders from the Lower Sioux Agency and the City of Redwood Falls began discussions on how to recognize the significance that the place “where they painted the trees red” …

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    10 Apr 18