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  • CornRain

    The updated Drought Monitor from the National Weather Service shows that there was a slight improvement in conditions in Minnesota last week. Just under 62% of the state is experiencing at least moderate drought, while …

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    19 Nov 13
  • NUCityHall

    The New Ulm City Council is scheduled to consider a resolution this (TUE) evening to adopt the Brown County All-Hazard Mitigation Plan. The plan includes strategies and risk assessments for various hazards that could occur, …

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    19 Nov 13
  • RecyclingBins

    A new study by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency shows good and bad news about recycling in our state. Pollution Control Spokesperson Wayne Gjerde says that paper going into landfills has decreased by 9% since …

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    19 Nov 13
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    19 Nov 13
  • Crash2

    One of three Le Sueur teens involved in a rollover accident near Arlington last week has died from her injuries. 18-year-old Dackotah Montgomery died Thursday at North Memorial Hospital in Robbinsdale. The accident happened last …

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    18 Nov 13
  • WayneAyers

    A massive manhunt in North Mankato Sunday afternoon ended after around 2 hours with the suspect still at-large. Two vehicles were apparently chasing each other at around 3:30pm, and 23-year-old Wayne Scott Ayers was reportedly …

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    18 Nov 13
  • Stabbing

    Two men have been arrested for their role in a stabbing incident at an MSU-Mankato dormitory Friday. Authorities have not released the identities of the men at this time as the investigation continues, but have …

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    18 Nov 13
  • RobertShoemaker

    A St. Peter High School teacher facing counts of assault and malicious punishment of a child is scheduled to make his first appearance in court on the charges this week. Science Teacher Robert Shoemaker is …

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    18 Nov 13