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    Minnesota has its eighth case of fungal meningitis linked to contaminated steroids. Minnesota Department of Health officials say the latest reported case is a man in his 60′s from the Twin Cities. Assistant State Epidemiologist, Doctor Richard …

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    26 Oct 12
  • Kraft Foods

    Kraft Foods has announced upcoming changes to its New Ulm plant, which could affect as many as 90 positions. The New Ulm plant is one of three plants that will be affected throughout 2013 as the company …

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    26 Oct 12
  • Fiber Project

    The Renville-Sibley Fiber Joint Powers Board on Wednesday voted to move forward with the multi-million dollar project, despite the withdrawal of Sibley County the day before. RS Fiber Board Chair Brenda Pautsch says that a new business …

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    26 Oct 12
  • Chaska Police Department

    Chaska police have asked the Carver County prosecutor to review the death of a 16-year-old boy who was shot in the head with an arrow. Reports indicate authorities believe that there is no indication of intent to …

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    25 Oct 12
  • Meeker County Sheriff

    Meeker County authorities this week found what they believe to be a portable methamphetamine lab. Sheriff Jeff Norlin says late Tuesday morning someone found a duffel bag in a culvert along County Road 11, just east of …

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    25 Oct 12
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    A New Ulm man faces multiple charges for allegedly setting up a hidden video camera at a tanning salon in Nicollet. 53-year-old William Rolloff was an employee at Langhorn Park when he was accused of putting the camera …

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    25 Oct 12
  • Fiber Project

    The Sibley County Board on Tuesday voted in favor of rural Sibley County withdrawing from the Renville-Sibley Fiber project. The $70-million proposal to bring high-speed fiber optic internet, telephone and television services to the residents of both counties …

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    24 Oct 12
  • Prison

    A Monticello man has been sentenced to 4 years, 10 months in prison for an April crash in Sherburne County that killed two people on a motorcycle. Twenty-year-old Cody Moen pleaded guilty to criminal vehicular homicide in the …

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    24 Oct 12