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  • Crops

    According to USDA numbers, this year’s corn harvest is expected to break all-time records in 18 states – but Minnesota is not one of them.  University of Minnesota Extension Educator Dave Nicolai says Minnesota planted …

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    12 Sep 14
  • PoliceLine

    Police in Faribault have identified two girls, ages 10 and 11, as suspects in vandalism at a cemetery.  Chief Andy Bohlen says the parents of the two girls are cooperating with police and brought the …

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    12 Sep 14
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    12 Sep 14
  • RebeccaBergman

    Gustavus Adolphus College President Rebecca Bergman is one of 84 women who will be recognized by the George Family Foundation at the first every “Celebrating Twin Cities Women leaders” event at the Guthrie Theatre.  The …

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    11 Sep 14
  • SemiRollover

    An accident Wednesday morning at the intersection of Highway 14 and Nicollet County Road 37 near New Ulm slowed traffic for a while.  Officials say a semi was bringing materials to the New Ulm recycling …

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    11 Sep 14
  • DrugCourt

    A 17-year-old Blue Earth boy charged with murder for allegedly providing the drug that killed his Mankato girlfriend in March has reached a plea deal.  Blue Earth County District Court records say a plea hearing …

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    11 Sep 14
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    11 Sep 14
  • Crops

    Crop conditions improved from late August into September and recent warmer temperatures helped late planted corn mature but overall corn and soybeans are about one to two weeks behind development.  Minnesota’s crop conditions are reported …

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    10 Sep 14