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  • Mosquito

    State health officials have now confirmed 22 human cases of West Nile virus in Minnesota so far this season, and the number continues to grow. The Minnesota Department of Health’s Dave Neitzel says the state …

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    15 Aug 12
  • ISD88SchoolBoard

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board on Tuesday approved the resignations of 9 district employees, including Washington Elementary Principal and District Technology Director Bill Sprung. District 88 Superintendent Harold Remme says that the Principal …

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    15 Aug 12
  • VersoFire

    The Minnesota state fire marshal’s office says an overheated air compressor caused the deadly Memorial Day explosion and fire at a paper mill in Sartell. A report released this week says that the overheated compressor …

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    15 Aug 12
  • Valleyfair

    The power went out at Valleyfair amusement park in Shakopee for over an hour late Tuesday afternoon, stranding numerous people on the park’s rides. The power was restored at 6pm Tuesday after being out for …

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    15 Aug 12
  • Dog

    After 4 years of fundraising, the City of St. Peter’s new Dog Park is opening to the public today (WED). The 43,000 square-foot park is located just outside of St. Peter at the intersection of …

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    15 Aug 12
  • Vote21

    Voters are headed to the polls today (TUE) for Minnesota’s Primary Election. In Southern Minnesota’s 1st Congressional District, Republicans Mike Parry and Al Quist are competing to see who will face off against Incumbent Democrat …

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    14 Aug 12
  • FatalAccident

    An Arlington man was killed in a tree-trimming accident Friday afternoon at his home. Emergency responders were called to the residence of 89-year-old Harold Leonard Otto at around 2:20 Friday afternoon and found Otto seriously …

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    14 Aug 12
  • BeachClosed

    The Minnesota Department of Health has confirmed it was a rare amoeba infection that claimed the life of a Minnesota boy. Test results from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed what Minnesota health …

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    14 Aug 12