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  • Gary Tilander

    The search continues for a missing teenager from International Falls. Thirteen-year-old Gary Tilander was last seen in Bemidji on February 22nd around 8:30 a.m. Gary is six-foot one, 160 pounds, has sandy blond hair and …

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    13 Mar 17
  • River Valley Transit

    Two months into the newly organized Minnesota River Valley Transit system with partnering cities of St. Peter and Le Sueur it seems to be coming together nicely. Members of the joint powers board received encouraging …

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    13 Mar 17
  • Arlingtonw

    The Arlington City Council unanimously approved recently to contract police staffing with Gaylord. The reason for the decision is that the Arlington Police Department  has been short staffed since the resignation of the Chief of …

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    11 Mar 17
  • Legislative session

    A newly formed citizen’s committee voted Friday to increase annual pay for Minnesota legislators. The Legislative Salary Council’s vote increases lawmaker pay to $45,000 beginning in July. The pay raise puts Minnesota legislators as the …

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    11 Mar 17
  • Madelia Strong

    Governor Mark Dayton signed a bill Friday morning to give $1.7 million dollars in aid to Madelia. Just over a year ago fire destroyed 9 downtown businesses. The community has since rebuilt, but residents had …

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    11 Mar 17
  • Ambulance

    After the Arlington Ambulance put out a call for volunteers or end the long-running ambulance service in Arlington, volunteers have stepped up. Director of the Ambulance Services Kevin Sillivan reported to the city council recently …

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    11 Mar 17
  • Wabasso school

    A Wabasso Bobcat athlete recently wrestled his 150th match. Senior Mitchell Fulton of Wabasso was also the KNUJ Offensive Player of the Year in the fall of 2016, and a state participant with the Wabasso/Red …

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    11 Mar 17
  • Jason Waltz

    New Ulm Police have taken into custody and charged  a 40-year-old New Ulm man for demanding Schedule II drugs from the pharmacy at Walgreens in New Ulm Tuesday afternoon. According to the criminal complaint, a …

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    10 Mar 17