Thursday's Currents stories include: Makenzie Caine, Blue Earth's big dreamer; Tanner Kent's column on a musician returning to the stage after a pancreatic cancer diagnosis; and a preview of community education's production of "Sleeping Beauty."
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Artists at sculpture installation talk the walk
Thirty-four pieces put in place for 2013 sculpture walk
Mankato plans sewage upgrade
$6.6 million wastewater project to show in utility bills
Pay dispute exposes county-prosecutor rift
Arneson memos often critical of administrator, board pay
- Minnesota Street Rod Assocation takes Land of Memories Park back to the 50s The Minnesota Street Rod Association brought Mankato's Land of Memories Park back to the '50s with a spring campout.
- Father, son injured in crash MANKATO -- A Mankato father and his 8-year-old son were hospitalized after their Toyota Camry collided with a Freightliner semi on Highway 22 north of Mankato Saturday morning. Lord W. Baji, 47, was in fair condition and Uwumborge Baji, 8, was in goo
- BackPack program wins $20,000 from Walmart MANKATO -- A food program that helps students in Mankato has been selected as one of 60 winning hunger relief agencies to receive a $20,000 grant from Walmart's Fighting Hunger Together initiative. The BackPack Food Program is among the 100 food bank
- Accountant fails to pay tax bill, loses license WASECA -- A Waseca accountant who was accused of failing to pay more than $100,000 in estate taxes for a client has lost his license to work as a certified public accountant. The CPA license for Roger Goetz Jr. of DeRaad & Goetz Accounting was revoke
- Charter School a top Reading Rocks school LAFAYETTE -- The students at Lafayette Charter School participated in the Minnesota Department of Education's Reading Rocks program from November to the end of April and were ranked No. 1 in the state's reading competition. The students read a total
Dutler Bowl owner faces swindle charge
Ruth Dutler's brother said she failed to repay loan
Commissioners grilled in court over attorney pay
Blue Earth County assistant prosecutors in court fighting for higher pay.
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