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    (Fargo ND/AP) A Minnesota man who robbed a bank in North Dakota has been sentenced to more than five years in federal prison. Authorities say Jeremy Fahleen, of Litchfield, Minnesota, entered a Gate City Bank …

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    19 Apr 16
  • burning ban lifted

    The burning restrictions that went into effect on April 15th for McLeod County have been lifted effective today (April 19th). The McLeod County Fire Chief’s urge people to still use caution when burning. Authorities say people …

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    19 Apr 16
  • School Board Election

    Six candidates are vying to fill a short-term vacancy on the Sibley East School Board. A special election will be held today (Tuesday) to fill a vacant seat on the board that opened after school …

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    19 Apr 16
  • early planting

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Warm and dry conditions in the past week have allowed Minnesota farmers to begin planting in earnest. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Monday in its weekly crop progress report …

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    19 Apr 16
  • Fatal Crash

    Authorities have released the name of the woman killed in a two-vehicle crash in Meeker County Friday night. She’s identified as 36-year-old Christina Crottier of Litchfield. She died at the scene. Five others were seriously …

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    18 Apr 16
  • New Ulm Perkins

    A fire at Perkins Restaurant on South Broadway in New Ulm Sunday afternoon caused extensive damage. General Manager Bobbi Fuhr says the 100 or so customers and staff in the restaurant were safely evacuated at …

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    18 Apr 16
  • Fatal Crash

    One person is dead and five others were seriously injured in a two-vehicle crash at an intersection in Meeker County Friday night. The name of the victim has not been released. The State Patrol says …

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    16 Apr 16
  • Town Hall Meeting

    (ST. PAUL) — State Senator Scott Newman (R-Hutchinson) along with the Representatives Dean Urdahl and Glenn Gruenhagen will be holding several informal town hall meetings to hear the ideas and concerns from residents. The legislators …

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    16 Apr 16