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  • PaulWickenhauser

    Four felony charges of criminal vehicular operation were filed Thursday against a 21-year-old Cokato man already facing multiple counts of criminal vehicular homicide for a triple-fatality car crash near Willmar in August. The additional charges …

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    02 Nov 12
  • MinneconPark

    A Lafayette teen was injured in a rollover accident in a park in New Ulm late Thursday morning. 17-year-old Riley Hoffmann was reportedly driving a Chevy Blazer too fast in Minnecon Park and he lost …

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    02 Nov 12
  • Burglary1

    The Blue Earth County Sheriff’s Office is investigating break-ins at multiple bars around the county. Authorities say that the bar in Good Thunder and the Municipal Bar in Mapleton were both broken into overnight Wednesday …

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    02 Nov 12
  • Drought

    It was a colder than normal October. Assistant State Climatologist Pete Boulay says the month ended nearly two-degrees below normal. As for precipitation, some areas of Minnesota received some badly needed rain last month. But …

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    02 Nov 12
  • MNStatePatrolSquad

    The Minnesota State Patrol is conducting a statewide saturation on Highway 169 today (FRI). Troopers in the St. Peter and Mankato areas will be working with other districts to conduct high-visibility patrols during the high-traffic …

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    02 Nov 12
  • Detour

    A detour was being put into place on a portion of Highway 22 beginning today (FRI) while crews work on stabilizing the bank of the Le Sueur River. The work is getting underway sooner than …

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    02 Nov 12
  • VoterID

    A judge has dismissed a complaint against Minnesota’s top election official by Republican lawmakers who accused him of misleading voters over a proposed voter ID requirement. GOP Senators Scott Newman of Hutchinson and Mike Parry …

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    02 Nov 12
  • NehlsParkTower

    The New Ulm Public Utilities Commission is considering a change in the design of a proposed water tower in Nehl’s Park. PUC Engineer Pat Wrase says the new proposal would shrink the capacity of the …

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    02 Nov 12