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  • JackLinks

    Jack Link’s Beef Jerky settled a lawsuit recently after a female employee in the Mankato location reported that she was sexually harassed by her supervisor in 2012. The company suspended the supervisor for two days, …

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    23 Jul 15
  • anthony slavik

    The New Prague Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a missing man that hasn’t been seen since Saturday. Thirty-one-year-old Anthony James Slavik left his home and has not been seen since. Police …

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    23 Jul 15
  • SpringfieldSchool

    The Springfield High School Agriculture Education program has been named most outstanding secondary agriculture program in the state for 2015. Ag Instructor TJ. Brown was recognized and presented with a plaque at the Minnesota Educators …

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    23 Jul 15
  • Trooper accident

    An accident reconstruction report says a Minnesota State Trooper was driving nearly 100 mph when he crashed his squad into another vehicle and killed a couple in Cannon Falls. The report says Trooper Scott Reps …

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    22 Jul 15
  • Burglary4

    The Madelia police are asking for the public’s help in the investigation of a downtown business that was heavily damaged recently. The owners of Madelia Furniture Clinic opened the store Monday morning to find it …

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    22 Jul 15
  • Nurses

    Several area school districts are without nurses as a series of resignations forced Sibley County to puts its school nurse program on hold. Since the beginning of the year four registered nurses with the Health …

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    22 Jul 15
  • NUPD recognition

    The New Ulm Police Department was recognized recently for their efforts on seat belt and distracted driving enforcement. Southern Minnesota Enforcement Liaison Scott McConkey presented police chief Myron Weiland the Outstanding Agency Award for the …

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    22 Jul 15
  • Keisling House

    The New Ulm City Council approved leasing the Kiesling House in New Ulm to Kathleen Backer for public programming. Backer has extensive experience in managing and diing historical, cultural interpretation and programming. She also has …

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    22 Jul 15