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  • MotorcycleCrash

    An elderly Bloomington man was injured early this (FRI) morning when he lost control of his motorcycle on Highway 60 near Lake Crystal. 71-year-old David Nelson was driving a 2005 Honda Road-Star motorcycle eastbound through …

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    15 Jun 12
  • RelayForLife1

    The Sibley County Relay For Life is taking place overnight tonight (FRI) in the City of Arlington. Co-Organizer Jeri Odenthal says the annual event to help in the fight against cancer is in a new …

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    15 Jun 12
  • NicolletCityHall

    A Nicollet City Councilor resigned from his post this week, and the council appointed a replacement for him during the same meeting. Councilor Cory Johnson cited time constraints as the main reason for his resignation, …

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    15 Jun 12
  • LakeCrystal

    The Summer Festival season begins “heating up” around the area this weekend, with several communities holding their annual celebrations, including Lake Crystal and it’s Duck Days festivities. Lake Crystal Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director …

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    15 Jun 12
  • JobFair

    The state’s unemployment rate held steady in May at 5.6%. State labor analyst Steve Hine says although job growth has flattened in recent months, several sectors in Minnesota are doing relatively well compared to the …

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    15 Jun 12
  • MankatoSculpture

    Authorities continue to search for the persons responsible for vandalizing a sculpture in Mankato, and the reward for information that leads to an arrest in the case has now been increased to $2,000. The “Tess” …

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    15 Jun 12
  • VoterID

    Top Minnesota lawmakers have approved an $18,000 legal expense in a fight to preserve a constitutional amendment that would require voters to show a photo ID at the polls. The expense was approved Thursday on …

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    15 Jun 12
  • Books

    The Blue Earth County Board did not address the funding of the county’s public library system during it’s meeting on Tuesday, but commissioners say there is “nothing to worry about.” This comes after the Mankato …

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    14 Jun 12