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  • Coyote

    Chippewa County will be the first in Minnesota to offer a bounty for coyotes since the state dropped its program in 1965. The Chippewa County Board on Tuesday voted to pay $10 for every coyote …

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    17 Nov 11
  • HitRun

    The family of a Madelia man seriously injured in a hit-and-run crash near Gaylord last month has increased the reward being offered for information on the case. The $3,000 reward has been upped to $5,000 …

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    17 Nov 11
  • Henderson

    The Henderson City Council this week unanimously voted to rescind it’s employment offer to a chief of police candidate. A special meeting was held Monday evening to discuss the results of a background check for …

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    17 Nov 11
  • Vikings

    The Minnesota Senate has scheduled two public hearings on a proposed Vikings stadium — on November 29th and December 6th. The time, location and agenda are yet to be announced but it’s assumed the hearings …

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    17 Nov 11
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    KNUJ AM 860 will be featuring area schools as part of Education Focus. The interviews can be heard at the following times: Monday, November 14, St. Peter at 1:12pm; 2:12pm; 2:42pm; 3:40pmWednesday, November 16, Lake …

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    16 Nov 11
  • ISD88SchoolBoard

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board on Tuesday received the results of a recent audit on the school district from auditing firm Larson Allen. District 88 got high marks for its fiscal management and …

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    16 Nov 11
  • Fatal

    An 86-year-old Delavan man is dead following a farm accident in Blue Earth County Monday afternoon. The fatal accident in Mapleton Township involved a tractor. Lester Hatteberg had reportedly been helping his son when their …

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    16 Nov 11
  • PrescriptionDrugs

    Authorities in Mankato arrested a Minneapolis woman at gunpoint on Saturday over suspicions that she was forging painkiller prescriptions. 44-year-old Theresa Ann Reed made her first appearance in Blue Earth County Court for felony drug …

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    16 Nov 11