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    15 Nov 13
  • PaulConrad

    A former Mankato elementary school teacher was arrested this week for allegedly viewing child pornography on a computer in the MSU-Mankato library. 46-year-old Paul Louis Conrad of North Mankato told authorities that he was there …

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    15 Nov 13
  • GeorgeGaunt

    A federal grand jury in Minnesota has indicted a Kentucky man on bank robbery charges for a local area bank robbery last month. 25-year-old George Richard Gaunt of Louisville, Kentucky is accused of robbing the …

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    15 Nov 13
  • Highway14Sign

    Governor Dayton and the Minnesota Department of Transportation announced Thursday that 10 highway construction projects will receive funding through the state’s new $300-million “Corridors of Commerce” program, including parts of Highway 14. The Highway 14 …

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    15 Nov 13
  • Flu2

    The weekly update from the State Health Department shows that influenza activity is still sporadic in Minnesota.  There were 2 flu-related hospitalizations last week, bringing the total to 13 so far this fall. No schools …

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    15 Nov 13
  • HealthCareReform

    The state Department of Commerce says it’s not immediately clear how a revision to the federal health law will play out in Minnesota. President Barack Obama announced Thursday that insurance companies could keep offering consumers …

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    15 Nov 13
  • StPeter

    The City of St. Peter purchased a 75-acre parcel of crop land in a recent land auction, and the plan is to build an athletics complex and park on the site. The details have not …

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    15 Nov 13
  • GiveMN

    The state’s fifth annual Give to the Max Day had an overwhelming start, with more than $9-million dollars in donations made before lunchtime — but the high volume of traffic on the website dedicated to …

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    15 Nov 13