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    Authorities are investigating a barn fire near Henderson over the weekend that left about 250 hogs dead. Henderson Fire Chief Brandon Phillips says the fire was reported early Sunday by a motorist. The barn was …

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    21 Nov 11
  • 1stsnow

    We all knew sooner or later Mother Nature would bring some ‘white stuff’ to southern Minnesota.  New Ulm got it’s first snow around 11 am November 19th.

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    19 Nov 11
  • WinterDriving

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation is advising motorists to use caution in southwestern Minnesota this weekend due to icy roads caused by rain, wet snow and freezing temperatures.

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    19 Nov 11
  • PrescriptionDrugs

    A New Ulm woman faces felony drug charges for allegedly giving away prescription pills. 22-year-old Victoria Grace Sanchez was charged with the 4th-degree controlled substance crime after she reportedly admitted to a Brown County Child …

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    19 Nov 11
  • Burglary3

    A rash of home burglaries in the Mankato area continued over the past few days, with a total of 11 break-ins being reported Thursday night. The majority of the crimes took place in the Eagle …

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    19 Nov 11
  • Flu1

    The number of Fall flu cases are on the rise. Two more people have died in Minnesota due to influenza, while three others have ended up in the hospital. Brown County Public Health Nurse Karen …

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    19 Nov 11
  • USPS

    A total of 7 small-town Minnesota post offices are closing for good after Saturday, including one in Redwood County. It’s the latest setback for towns that have seen a steady exit of community institutions and …

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    19 Nov 11
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    Governor Dayton was presented with the state turkey this (FRI) afternoon. The Minnesota Turkey Growers’ Association presented the governor with two live turkeys from Minnesota’s 2011 “Presidential Turkey Flock” at the state Capitol. The turkeys …

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    18 Nov 11