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  • Man who triggered Amber Alert charged with assault

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A Minneapolis man who triggered an Amber Alert this week is now charged with assault for allegedly stabbing the child’s mother. Twenty-six-year-old Hersley Hulbert faces two felony counts of assault. He makes …

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    31 Mar 17
  • Miss Czech Slovak Minnesota Pageant set for April 8

    FARIBAULT DAILY NEWS The Miss Czech Slovak Minnesota Pageant, which will take place on April 8, will include two young women competing for the state title at the Montgomery American Legion Club. One will represent …

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    30 Mar 17
  • House of Insurance receives President's Club status

    LE CENTER LEADER Le Center’s House of Insurance Agency has received recognition for its partnership with a national insurance provider. Grinnell Mutual Insurance Company announced its President’s Club members for 2017, a group of 50 …

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    30 Mar 17
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    20 Mar 17
  • MACC unveils Kolacky Day button

    MONTGOMERY MESSENGER – This year’s official Kolacky Days button features four familiar, smiling faces —  those of the current Kolacky Days royalty Queen Lexy Malecha, First Princess Brianna Rutt, Second Princess Grace Krautkremer and Miss …

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    15 Mar 17
  • Le Sueur County director to retire after 37 years

    LE SUEUR NEWS HERALD – Don Reak is not someone who talks much about himself, but he does like to talk about parks. The 64-year-old Le Sueur County Parks director is retiring, but will leave …

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    15 Mar 17
  • One injured when semi failed to yield on Highway 169

    LE SUEUR — A semi caused a three-vehicle crash with one injury on Highway 169 Mondayafternoon, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. The semi was northbound and traveling too fast while attempting to turn left onto …

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    14 Mar 17
  • Minneapolis hits rogue liquor store with 30-day suspension

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – A Minneapolis liquor store that opened for Sunday business nearly four months before a new state law allowed it will lose its license for 30 days. City officials announced the …

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    14 Mar 17