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  • BillClinton

    Former President Bill Clinton is coming to Minnesota today (TUE) to campaign for Democratic President Barack Obama. The Clinton campaign events in several Midwestern states will partially fill a void for Obama, who has taken …

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    30 Oct 12
  • Deer

    Wildlife managers are predicting good luck for hunters when Minnesota’s firearms deer season opens this Saturday. Minnesota’s deer population is reportedly up from last year thanks to a mild winter. The mild weather meant that …

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    30 Oct 12
  • BuffaloLakeElevator

    Authorities have released the name of the 28-year-old man who died after a 60-foot fall from a grain elevator in Buffalo Lake over the weekend. Andrew R. Burnett of New Ulm was reportedly a contractor …

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    29 Oct 12
  • BradyHruska1

    Authorities in Waseca County say a high school senior who went duck hunting with four friends has died after their boat capsized. Waseca County Sheriff Brad Milbrath says the five were boating on Lake Elysian …

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    29 Oct 12
  • ToddHoffner1

    An MSU-Mankato football coach facing child pornography counts is trying to get the charges dismissed. Todd Hoffner’s attorney has filed a request for dismissal in advance of a hearing this Wednesday in Blue Earth County. …

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    29 Oct 12
  • Crash

    One person was injured in a rollover crash on Highway 14 just east of Courtland Sunday morning. 21-year-old Skyler Sandland of Mankato was driving a Dodge Caravan westbound on 14 when the van left the …

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    29 Oct 12
  • Drought

    The United States Department of Agriculture has issued a disaster declaration for counties in Minnesota affected by the ongoing drought. The declaration means that farmers in these counties are now eligible for emergency loan assistance …

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    29 Oct 12
  • NewUlmEagles

    A special public meeting is being held this (MON) evening to discuss the New Ulm District 88 levy referendum appearing on resident’s ballots next week. District 88 is asking voters to approve a 10-year, $575 …

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    29 Oct 12