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  • Le Sueur County

    A Le Sueur man who has been involved in criminal activity in Scott, Sibley and Le Sueur Counties has been arrested. According to the Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Office, 20-year-old Forrest Parker Aydt was arrested …

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    15 Sep 16
  • America’s Wars – We Never Really Leave

    America’s Wars – We Never Really Leave By Glenn Mollette President Obama said Tuesday the United States will spend $90 million over the next three years to clear unexploded bombs dropped on Laos during the …

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    15 Sep 16
  • Meeker County Sheriff

    A Meeker County man was found unconscious after falling off his bicycle in Grove City. The Meeker County Sheriff’s Office received a call around 5 p.m. Tuesday evening reporting a person fell off a bicycle …

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    15 Sep 16
  • AMPI

    For the third time a mild cheddar made by Associated Milk Producers cheeesmakers topped its class. The win is part of the World Dairy Expo Championship Dairy Product Contest. Dairy products made in AMPI’s dairy …

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    15 Sep 16
  • ProGrowth Bank, Gaylord

    ProGrowth Bank of Gaylord recently announced that it has been named a finalist for the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moine’s Strong Communities award. ProGrowth Bank has been selected as one of 6 finalist …

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    15 Sep 16
  • Scott Eads

    The Freeborn County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the suicide of the New Richland Police Chief. According to the sheriff’s office, a call was received around 5:45 p.m. Monday seeking assistance in locating 40-year-old Scott Eads. …

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    14 Sep 16
  • Kirsten Tjosaas

    A former chief financial officer of a Granite Falls company who pleaded guilty to wire fraud and money laundering in May was sentenced to prison Tuesday. Thirty-eight-year-old Kirsten Ann Tjosaas will spend more than 6 …

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    14 Sep 16
  • Arlingtonw

    The Arlington City Council has been debating whether or not to allow alcohol in city parks. According to City Administrator Liza Donnabauer, the current ordinance allows no consumption of alcohol of 3.2 percent malt liquor …

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    14 Sep 16