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  • sentencing

    A Granite Falls man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for the March murder of his girlfriend. Fifty-four-year-old Chad Laraby was sentenced Tuesday in Yellow Medicine County District Court to a sentence that …

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    11 Nov 15
  • Highway 14 sign

    While the Minnesota Legislature does not reconvene until March 8th, lawmakers are not sitting still. Because the legislative session is going to be brief, they are trying to put their agendas together before March so …

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    11 Nov 15
  • 2015 Business of the Year

    The New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce honored a local business Tuesday evening at the annual Business of the Year banquet. This year the Chamber recognized River Creek Nursery owned by Kevin Schweiss of Fairfax …

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    11 Nov 15
  • 2015 Give to the Max day

    The 7th annual “Give to the Max” day is Minnesota’s 24-hour on-line giving campaign that will take place on Thursday. More than 30 non-profits and schools from Brown County are taking part in this year’s …

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    11 Nov 15
  • whitetail deer

    Minnesota firearms hunters registered 68,401 deer during the first three days of firearms deer season according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Final numbers from the first three days show that the number of …

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    11 Nov 15
  • PoliceLine

    A beating victim collapsed on a St. Peter Police Officer’s door so badly beaten he had to be airlifted to Rochester for treatment of his injuries. When investigagors were finally able to interview the victim, …

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    10 Nov 15
  • Airsoft gun

    Police received a report of a juvenile with a hand gun near Minnesota State University Mankato Saturday evening. During the course of the investigation, officers were able to find an air-soft gun. No one was …

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    10 Nov 15
  • Unmarked squad cars

    To save lives and protect motorists, the state patrol is adding five new unmarked squad cars on the roads. By using unmarked vehicles, motorists who text and drive will know troopers could be watching at …

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    10 Nov 15