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Breaking News: Complaint of New Ulm Catholic Priest Involved in Sex Abuse of Minor

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A civil complaint has been issued against the Diocese of New Ulm alleging sexual abuse of a minor, according to the Office of the Bishop of the Diocese of New Ulm.

Minnesota Brawlers vs Des Moines Blaze Saturday

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The Minnesota Brawlers face the Des Moines Blaze tomorrow.

Free Press: Expect Price Hikes After Cable Merger

Free Press has alerted its members and supporters that the FCC recently approved a massive merger deal between Time Warner and Charter Communications. They say the deal means the companies will control 80 percent of the market in cable/Internet in the United States, a move they say will impact the poor most.

MN Brawlers Dominate at Irondale Against Midwest Outlaws

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The Minnesota Brawlers played at Irondale High School and demolished the Midwest Outlaws last weekend.

Greater Mankato Growth Launches New 'Business Beat' Video Series

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Mankato's economic development agency, Greater Mankato Growth, just launched a new video series called The Business Beat, which will air on KTV.

Register for Historic Old Town and Washington Park Neighborhood Tour

Register by May 9 to take a bus tour of the historic Old Town and Washington Park neighborhoods. Seating is apparently limited. Read all about the tour here.

Greg Palast Has Uncovered a Variety of Voter Fraud

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Greg Palast is an independent journalist who has been uncovering the subtle and seedy voter fraud going on the United States for several decades on both sides of the mainstream political fence. See what he has to say about Bernie Sanders, according to this Independent Forum Review (IFR) article.

MSO Presents Music on the Hill: To My Nation

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Another Music on the Hill announcement from the Mankato Symphony Orchestra. Read the full story here.

Mankato and Owatonna Police and Rescue Reports in April

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Mankato-Mankato police seek the public's assistance in locating Jordan David Lindeman and Blendyer Javier Olais. Both are suspects in residential burglaries that occurred Tuesday, April 5 during the early morning hours in the Buscher park area. Lindeman, age 18, and Olais, age 21, are both of Waseca. Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Lindeman and Olais is asked to contact police at 911.

MN Water Quality Becomes a Hot Topic in Politics

Sen. Kathy Sheran has announced a bill to improve water quality in the state of Minnesota.