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  • HospitalPatient

    The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is investigating the death of a 26-year-old Nicollet County man who stopped breathing while in police custody. Authorities say that Andrew Derek Layton of North Mankato was found passed …

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    08 Jan 13
  • WaconiaHighSchool

    Fire officials were called to Waconia High School Monday morning after a report of a smoky fire set in a men’s bathroom. Carver County Sheriff’s officials say someone set fire to three rolls of toilet …

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    08 Jan 13
  • MSUMankato

    Officials at MSU-Mankato say that they’ll be conducting a national search for a new football coach. They’re looking to replace Todd Hoffner, who was stripped of the job late last month, despite being cleared of …

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    08 Jan 13
  • Radon

    Radon is the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, and local health officials are encouraging you to test your home. The Department of Health’s Andrew Gilbert says that radon is colorless, odorless …

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    08 Jan 13
  • JoelBrinker

    A former St. Peter city councilor has announced his candidacy for the Minnesota House seat being vacated by Democrat Terry Morrow. 56-year-old Joel Brinker is now the third Republican running for the seat, following announcements …

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    08 Jan 13
  • MNLegislature

    State lawmakers are back at the Minnesota Capitol to open the 2013 legislative session today (TUE). A big question is, with another state budget deficit and Democrats now controlling both the House and the Senate, …

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    08 Jan 13
  • IMG_6539

    The New Ulm Sister Cities Commission presented its annual Recognition Award to Sister Cities Volunteer Rick Isbell on Monday. Isbell was honored for his work finding activities for the incoming Hans Joohs Cultural Exchange Program …

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    08 Jan 13
  • PrescriptionDrugs

    The Renville County Drug Take-Back Program collected over 200-pounds of expired and unused medications during the first 8 months of the program last year. That’s in addition to nearly 110 pounds of medication collected in …

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    08 Jan 13