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  • ToddHoffner1

    The attorney for the MSU-Mankato football coach who faces child pornography charges says county officials have found no evidence that his client abused his kids. Todd Hoffner’s attorney released letters Monday from a Blue Earth …

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    09 Oct 12
  • Crash

    A rural Sacred Heart woman was injured in a 1-vehicle rollover accident in Renville County Monday evening. It happened at just after 7pm on County Road 11 about 3 miles north of Sacred Heart. 31-year-old …

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    09 Oct 12
  • TractorOnRoad

    Two people were hospitalized following a crash involving a car and a tractor on Highway 15 north of Hutchinson Monday evening. 50-year-old Robert Kapotz of Hutchinson was driving a tractor northbound on 15 when 76-year-old …

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    09 Oct 12
  • Scam

    The Redwood County Sheriff’s Office is warning the public about a potential scam. Residents have reportedly been receiving letters soliciting donations for the National Breast Cancer Research Center. They claim to be a project of …

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    09 Oct 12
  • Fire

    Two campers were destroyed in a fire at a Fairmont-area campground on Monday. The fire at RJ’s Campground 8 miles south of Fairmont was reported at just before 1pm Monday when a passerby noticed smoke. …

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    09 Oct 12
  • FiremanPizza

    The New Ulm Fire Department has a special promotion going on again this year as part of Fire Prevention Week. New Ulm Fire Marshall Elwood Zabel says the fire department and the Domino’s Pizza in …

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    09 Oct 12
  • HaroldRemme1

    The New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce is holding another “Hot Topics Breakfast” this Friday at the New Ulm Country Club. The topic this month will be the upcoming School District 88 Levy Referendum. Superintendent …

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    09 Oct 12
  • FallColor

    A warm, dry autumn has accelerated the turning of leaves across Minnesota. The DNR reports that much of the state is now past its peak of color. However, there are still plenty of oranges and …

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    09 Oct 12