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- Petraeus aide, MSU alum dies
- St. Peter program aims to fight the Summer Slide School offers a free meal, activities and reading events
A salute to the man who honors deceased vets
Dick Fisk did his part as a veteran to honor the dead at his 1,000th funeral this week.
14 reasons to celebrate
This year, the Fritzes' big day featured a lot of fours and ones. Tim Fritz turned 41 Friday. On the same day — the 14th — quadruplets Amanda, Eli, Jamie and Lauren celebrated their 14th birthdays.
- Area lawmakers pass 3 beer bills South-central Minnesota lawmakers went 3-for-3 with their beer bills last session. They created the position of beer educator, expand the definition of a small brewer and exempt the Winnebago Craft Brew Fest from fees on out-of-state brewers.
Author, MSU alumnus Mark Weber died Thursday
Lt. Col Mark Weber, 41, of Rosemount, author and former aide to Petraeus, died Thursday.
- Concern and civility dominate silica sand meeting Mankato company holds open house to answer questions about looming mining project
- West girls win national history award
- So you think you Want to be a doctor? Camp introduces tweens to health careers
- Roosevelt secretary 'always a raccoon' Betty Groth retires after 30 years
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