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  • WindowPeeper

    The Redwood Falls Police Department is asking residents to be on the lookout for a suspicious man in their neighborhood. Authorities have received several calls of suspicious activity involving an unidentified man in, and near, …

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    27 Feb 14
  • MNsure

    The board of directors for Minnesota’s health insurance marketplace learned Wednesday that a series of software fixes and ramped up staffing are beginning to produce results for MNsure. Interim MNsure CEO Scott Leitz told the …

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    27 Feb 14
  • TargetCardReader

    Target has sent some new information to customers dealing with the aftermath of the massive data breach. The letter says Target has not yet detected any fraud involving its own store credit cards, and there …

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    27 Feb 14
  • ECigarette

    The Minnesota House has begun debating the regulation of electronic cigarettes in the state. Representative Laurie Halverson is sponsoring one of the bills, and says that local governments are looking for guidance. Halverson’s bill would …

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    27 Feb 14
  • BellePlaine

    The search for a new Belle Plaine city administrator continues, with a total of 37 applications being received for the position. The review of the applications got underway this week, and city councilors and staff …

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    27 Feb 14
  • DuganFlinn

    The City of Redwood Falls has a new city councilor. Dugan Flinn has been appointed to the Ward 1 council seat that was left vacant after Councilor Corey Theis was appointed mayor following the death …

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    27 Feb 14
  • Wells

    Government officials and private citizens in the City of Wells are reportedly frustrated that an $8-million investment to redevelop a shuttered food processing plant never produced a single job. The city constructed new roads and …

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    27 Feb 14
  • NUMiddleSchool

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board will be considering more than a quarter-million dollars worth of maintenance projects this (THU) evening. A $250,000 deferred maintenance project would replace the roof at Jefferson Elementary School, …

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    27 Feb 14