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  • Mark Kober

    The Sleepy Eye City Council accepted a retirement letter from City Manager Mark Kober at Tuesday’s meeting. Kober says he plans to step down in early 2019, but gave written notice for the council to …

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    14 Jun 18
  • Fisher

    A Detroit Lakes 5-year-old boy has gashes on his face, not believed to be from a cat, but rather a raccoon or a fisher. Detroit Lakes  Police were called to the emergency room Friday after …

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    14 Jun 18
  • Yes logo

    The McKnight Foundation granted money to area Yes! Teams for projects that empower youth and make an impact in their school or community on climate change through hands-on projects. The Sleepy Eye Yes! Team was …

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    14 Jun 18
  • Morgan

    All things town and country will be celebrated this weekend at Morgan’s City Country Days. From Friday through Sunday afternoon activities will be offered for all ages. The festival kicks off Friday night with a …

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    14 Jun 18
  • River flooding

    Due to high water on both the Minnesota and Cottonwood Rivers, the City of New Ulm has closed the public water access sites at Minnecon Park at 5th North Street and Adams Park at 620 …

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    13 Jun 18
  • Road construction

    Weather permitting, construction will begin on Highway 60 in Watonwan County from St. James to Highway 15 on Monday. During construction, eastbound and westbound Highway 60 traffic will be reduced to a single lane, head-to-head. …

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    13 Jun 18
  • exhaust pipe incident

    An underage drinker got her head stuck in an exhaust pipe at the Winstock Country Music Festival in Winsted over the weekend. The McLeod County Sheriff’s Office says the girl was cited for underage drinking …

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    13 Jun 18
  • Minnesota Grown Directory

    The Minnesota Department of Agriculture says Minnesota strawberries will be ready for picking soon and in some cases, strawberry farms in the region have already opened their doors to the public. After 5 inches of …

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    13 Jun 18