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WASECA — A structure dubbed a community “eyesore” was used Tuesday evening by the Waseca Fire Department for training in a controlled burn of a house on Tuesday, August 13.

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Hy-Vee, Inc. is investigating what it's calling "a data incident involving its payment processing systems" at some of its fuel pumps, drive-thru coffee shops and restaurants.

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Planning and Zoning Administrator Mark Leiferman presented the Waseca County Board of Commissioners with a conditional use permit for a township transfer of development rights and authorization along with a site lease agreement.

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WALDORF — A semi truck and trailer, fully loaded with market hogs, overturned on Tuesday, Aug. 6 around noon in rural Waldorf.

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The Waseca Police Department continues to work to find the person or persons responsible for recent vandalism to vehicles windows being broken out.

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WASECA — Waseca held its annual Night to Unite at the water park Tuesday with 650 attendees, making it one of the largest turnouts to date.

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A Waldorf man is accused of connecting with, via Snapchat, a young teenager who went to the same school, finding her residence using the Snapchat location feature and then raping her once inside the home.

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When the town of Waseca lost more than 1,000 jobs during a 10-year period, local leaders started thinking about the future. They engaged the entire community to assess Waseca’s opportunities and create a vision for the future. One thing became clear — in order to build businesses for the fut…

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A man is accused of selling over 20 grams of meth to a confidential informant through a sting operation in Waseca. He is also accused of possession of over 20 grams of marijuana and an illegal firearm.

The Waseca School District settled a lawsuit with a former student’s parent for $12,500 after the parent claimed her 3-year-old son had been left and forgotten on a bus. If the settlement is approved by a Waseca County District Court judge, the school district’s insurance company, Zurich Ins…

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The Le Sueur County Commissioners declared a state of emergency for the entire county at a July 24 meeting due to damage caused by the severe thunderstorm and flooding from July 19-20. This marks the third time the county has declared a state of emergency within the span of a year.

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The commons area of the Owatonna Middle School was filled with tension and drama Monday evening as United States Rep. Jim Hagedorn hosted a town hall meeting as part of his town hall tour taking place throughout the 21-county district.

A young Elysian-Morristown Post 311 American Legion baseball team saw its season come to a close Friday at the East Central Sub-State tournament in Glencoe.

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