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  • CologneBankRobber2013

    Carver County authorities are searching for a woman who robbed a bank in Cologne Thursday afternoon. Sheriff Jim Olson says the female suspect gave a teller at Klein Bank a note demanding money. The teller …

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    19 Aug 13
  • JeffreyMatthews

    A New Ulm man who works as a fraud investigator with Watonwan County has been charged with felony theft. 54-year-old Jeffrey Matthews is accused of claiming that he worked a full 8-hour day when he …

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    19 Aug 13
  • Detours

    The ongoing construction of 2 additional lanes for Highway 60 between St. James and Butterfield has now progressed to the point where a detour is needed, and it is scheduled to be put into place …

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    19 Aug 13
  • MNLegislature

    Governor Dayton and Minnesota legislative leaders say a special session to pass disaster aid for areas affected by June storms may not be necessary.  The governor met with lawmakers Friday. Though a date for a …

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    19 Aug 13
  • Metrodome

    A Duluth maker of outdoor gear plans to introduce duffel and shell bags made of material once used in the roof of the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. The bags will be made by Duluth Pack …

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    19 Aug 13
  • BackToSchool

    While the majority of Minnesota schools still wait until after Labor Day for the new school year to begin, for many local-area students classes get underway today (MON). A coalition of more than 2-dozen schools …

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    19 Aug 13
  • NativeAmericanDancer

    The summertime continues in the City of New Ulm, along with the Monday Night Concerts in the Park. Tonight’s free show features the annual appearance by the Polka and Native American Dancers. The special show …

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    19 Aug 13
  • Vote

    It’s an off year for elections, but some Minnesota communities will still have races on the ballot this November, including the City of St. Peter. Several members of both the St. Peter City Council and …

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    19 Aug 13