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  • SchoolStudents

    Bethany Lutheran College in Mankato has named a new President. Dr. Gene Pfeifer was unanikously elected by the college’s Board of Regents. Pfeifer earned his doctorate in education and will be hired as a full-time …

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    27 Feb 15
  • Teacher

    A St. Peter high school teacher accused of hitting a student with a backpack was sentenced Thursday in Nicollet County Court. Robert Shoemaker was sentenced to one year probation, a $359 fine and four days …

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    27 Feb 15
  • CrimeScene2

    A teenage girl was sentenced to probation and community service for a hazing incident in Farmington during homecoming. The 17-year-old was among a group of seniors that zip-tied the hands of several juniors and placed …

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    27 Feb 15
  • TimothyHuber

    Timothy Huber, the man convicted of second-degree murder for the killing of Timothy Larson of Albertville in 2001, has been granted a review of the case by the Minnesota Supreme Court. Huber previously appealed his …

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    27 Feb 15
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    27 Feb 15
  • Festival

    After four decades on 150 acres west of Highway 169 in rural Shakopee, the Minnesota Renaissance Festival is looking for a new home. Jim Peterson, owner of Mid-America Festivals is eyeing two areas. One is …

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    26 Feb 15
  • RailroadTracks

    Represenative Tim Waltz and a group of lawmakers have recently introduced a bill to help first responders in the event of a trail derailment or fuel spill. The Railroad Emergency Service Preparedness, Operational Needs and …

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    26 Feb 15
  • CarCrash2

    Two people were injured in an accident on Highway 15 near Truman Wednesday morning. The state patrol says a 2004 Ford Expedition driven by Ashley Freeman of Truman and a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee driven …

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    26 Feb 15