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  • HendersonSauerkrautDays2013

    The City of Henderson celebrates Sauerkraut Days this weekend with numerous events and other activities taking place, including free sauerkraut. The festival kicked off Friday evening. Today’s (SAT) Sauerkraut Days activities include a kiddie parade …

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    29 Jun 13
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    29 Jun 13
  • Counterfeit

    A Blue Earth County Sheriff’s Deputy discovered several thousand dollars in counterfeit cash while making a traffic stop in Mankato Wednesday afternoon. The car was stopped for speeding on Highway 22 at around 1:20pm. Thousands …

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    28 Jun 13
  • Burglars

    Three people are facing felony charges in Waseca County Court for allegedly stealing over $5,000 worth of tools and equipment. The suspects are accused of entering Frechette Trucking and stealing over $5,500 worth of equipment. …

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    28 Jun 13
  • Meth

    A rural Madison Lake man is facing multiple charges for allegedly selling methamphetamine and threatening to kill a police informant, as well as for having a young child nearby when he was making the drug …

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    28 Jun 13
  • FloodedFields

    The recent heavy rainfall around the area led the Sibley County Board to declare a State Of Emergency for the county this week. Parts of Sibley County received more than 7-inches of rain during the …

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    28 Jun 13
  • Roadwork

    Motorists travelling on Highway 15 between New Ulm and Winthrop should expect brief delays beginning today (FRI) as crews apply the top surface to the roadway. Motorists are advised to drive with caution through the …

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    28 Jun 13
  • JackOhle

    Gustavus Adolphus College President Jack Ohle has announced his intent to retire at the end of the upcoming school year. The Ohio native is the 16th president of the St. Peter college, and began his …

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    28 Jun 13