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    The GFW School Board approved a settlement this week in a lawsuit involving issues with the boiler at the district’s Gibbon campus. The settlement calls for MLA Architects and engineering firm Dolejs Associates to pay …

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    31 Jan 13
  • Milk

    Members of the Minnesota Milk Producers visited St. Paul on Wednesday for the annual “Dairy Day At The Capitol.” Local area State Representative Paul Torkelson says that it was an educational day for many Minnesota …

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    31 Jan 13
  • Winterfest2013MedallionFound

    The St. Peter Area Chamber of Commerce has announced that the 2013 Winterfest Medallion has been found. The medallion was found in St. Peter’s McGill Park by Regina “Gigi” Dobosenski of St. Peter and a …

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    31 Jan 13
  • WEATHER ANNOUNCEMENTS 1/31/13

    SCHOOLS CLOSED TODAY: Buffalo Lake/Hector/Stewart (Teachers Report @ 9am – Conferences As Scheduled)   SCHOOLS OPENING 2 HOURS LATE: BOLD Butterfield/Odin Cedar Mountain Comfrey Lafayette Charter School + No Morning Preschool Madelia Marshall Public & …

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    31 Jan 13
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    4-5 chicken breasts2 cans cream of chicken soup16oz sour cream1-1/2 stacks Ritz crackers, crushed1-1/2 sticks melted butterdash of oregano Cook chicken and cut in bite sized pieces. Mix soup and sour cream; pour over chicken. …

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    30 Jan 13
  • LorenEisenbarth

    A former area school bus driver found guilty of molesting a 5-year-old girl has been sentenced to a year in jail and 10 years of supervised probation for the crime. 64-year-old Loren Patrick Eisenbarth of …

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    30 Jan 13
  • WilliamEdwards

    A 22-year-old Lake Crystal man accused of sexually assaulting 2 underage girls on different occasions has pleaded guilty to 2 counts of 3rd-degree criminal sexual conduct. William Marcus Daniel Edwards now faces up to 60 …

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    30 Jan 13
  • CornTruck

    A Winthrop man accused of stealing over $13,000 worth of corn from his employer has pleaded guilty to felony theft in Sibley County Court. 35-year-old Kyle Norman Grams admitted to selling the corn to United …

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    30 Jan 13