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  • HitRun

    The Minnesota State Patrol is calling a crash that happened just outside of Gaylord Thursday night an incident of hit and run, and is asking for the public’s help in locating one of the vehicles …

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    29 Oct 11
  • Crash

    A Hanska man was injured this Friday morning when his Oldsmobile station wagon collided with a fertilizer truck in Brown County’s Sigel Township. 41-year-old William Michael Nelson was travelling northbound on Brown County Road 13 …

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    29 Oct 11
  • DavidRadtke1

    A former pastor from rural Gibbon was found guilty of criminal sexual conduct on Friday. 52-year-old David Radtke was accused of inappropriately touching a 16-year-old foreign exchange student. He was charged with 2 counts of …

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    29 Oct 11
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    28 Oct 11
  • ISD88SchoolBoard

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board on Thursday approved a boy’s hockey cooperative agreement with Sleepy Eye and Springfield schools. Superintendent Harold Remme says it will be a beneficial move for District 88. The …

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    28 Oct 11
  • Forest

    Minnesota state parks and trails can expect thousands of new trees next year, thanks to a Minnesota Twins’ partnership with the Department of Natural Resources. Under the “Break a Bat, Plant a Tree” program, every …

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    28 Oct 11
  • ManufacturersWeek

    The second annual “Tour of Manufacturing” takes place Saturday across the state. Spokesperson Wayne Anderson says it’s a great opportunity for you to see what types of job opportunities are out there. Minnesotans can tour …

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    28 Oct 11
  • Counterfeit

    The last of 8 people involved in a southern Minnesota counterfeiting ring has admitted her guilt. 34-year-old Heather Ann Cameron of Albert Lea pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of counterfeiting US currency. Cameron was …

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    28 Oct 11