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Power plant touts accident-free status

January 27, 2014 SHERBURN — The Fox Lake power-generating station north of Sherburn quietly hit a rare and remarkable milestone earlier this week. more »»

Local landlords wary of proposal

January 25, 2014 FAIRMONT — Local landlords are unhappy, at least the dozen who showed up Friday at the Sentinel to voice their concerns about a rental ordinance Fairmont City Council is considering. more »»

Skow returns to set up shop

January 25, 2014 FAIRMONT — Feb. 3 is the date Dr. Zephanie Skow is waiting for, the date she can start seeing patients at her new practice: Align Chiropractic and Acupunctur. more »»

Police officer placed on leave

January 25, 2014 BLUE EARTH — A Blue Earth police officer has been placed on administrative leave by City Council. Todd Purvis is on paid leave pending an investigation into allegations, unrevealed at this tim. more »»

Expert: Animals don't know you're helping

January 25, 2014 FAIRMONT — In the past 15 years, Jennifer Woods has trained more than 10,000 people in the United States and Canada on safety practices for vehicular accidents involving livestock. more »»

Students take aim at diabetes

January 24, 2014 FAIRMONT — It’s become a fixture for students involved in the Lights On For Kids program. more »»

Stores helps couples draft wish lists

January 24, 2014 Editor’s note: The Sentinel’s 2014 Bridal Guide appears in today’s edition. more »»

Manager taking reins at 'Wildcat'

January 23, 2014 ELMORE — Cinda Hagedorn never wanted to run the Wildcat Cafe, but soon she will own it. “I originally started the Wildcat Cafe for YSI, but I never, ever wanted to manage,” she sai. more »»

Brickner gets 20 years probation

January 22, 2014 FAIRMONT — A man who set fire to the curtains at Lincoln School in April 2012 has been sentenced to up to 20 years probation. more »»

Truman school weighs its future

January 22, 2014 TRUMAN — A good portion of the Truman School Board meeting Tuesday dealt with district reorganization options. “Enrollment has gone down over the past decade,” said Superintendent Tom Ame. more »»

Local transit gets funding hike

January 22, 2014 FAIRMONT — Martin County Transit’s commuter service between Fairmont and Blue Earth has resulted in a boost to the transit’s budget. more »»

10-cent refund on the table

January 21, 2014 TRUMAN — Minnesotans soon may be able to get a 10-cent refund on all beverage containers, but there is controversy attached to the proposal. more »»

Schools recall life of Dr. King

January 21, 2014 FAIRMONT — Poems and posters, and thinking about their own dreams were some ways students at Fairmont Elementary and the Junior/Senior High spent reflecting on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. more »»

Lakes group seeking members

January 21, 2014 FAIRMONT — Fairmont Lakes Foundation is seeking members. more »»

Odd Fellows do good works for others

January 20, 2014 WINNEBAGO — The annual Odd Fellows’ Oyster Stew and Chili Supper in Winnebago had a creative twist this year. more »»

Elmore Academy halls empty, as last teens leave

January 20, 2014 ELMORE — The kids are gone from Elmore Academy. “We just got the last kid out Wednesday,” said T.J. Mauer, acting facility administrator. more »»

Staff, students try ‘J-Term’

January 18, 2014 ARMSTRONG — It’s not often that students spend the afternoon with their principal, learning how to cook jalapeno poppers. Or have a teacher spend the day talking about blood spatters. more »»

Doctor offers warning about ‘100-day cough’

January 18, 2014 FAIRMONT — Pertussis has a couple of other names: whooping cough and the 100-day cough. If that sounds ominous, it should. more »»

Prairieland finds space for waste

January 18, 2014 TRUMAN — Prairieland is currently storing its garbage because the Wilmarth power plant in Mankato is closed for the month, plant director Billeye Rabbe told the board of directors Friday. more »»

Veterans group seeks used clothing

January 17, 2014 FAIRMONT — Fundraising has been a struggle for the Disabled American Veterans’s South Central chapter, which is comprised of 400-plus men and women in Faribault, Martin, Jackson and Noble counties... more »»

 
 

 

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