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Minnesota is a state in the Midwestern United States. Minnesota was admitted as the 32nd state on May 11, 1858, created from the eastern half of the Minnesota Territory and part of the Wisconsin Territory.

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Minnesota Latest News
Commerce Drive to close Monday

(North Mankato, MN) – The City of North Mankato says that a portion of Commerce […] The post Commerce Drive to close Monday appeared first on Southern Minnesota News.

(North Mankato, MN) – The City of North Mankato says that a portion of Commerce Drive east of Lor Ray Drive will be closed starting Monday.

A detour will be established to accommodate work related to South Central Services Co-op’s Student Support Services Center project at 1610 Commerce drive

Traffic will detour onto James Drive and then Collette Drive to access businesses and residences east of the project location.

Commerce Drive will reopen on Friday, July 27.

Information and maps are available online.

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Flood victims get more time to file and pay state taxes

(St. Paul, MN) – The Minnesota Department of Revenue announced today that taxpayers who were […] The post Flood victims get more time to file and pay state taxes appeared first on Southern Minnesota News.

(St. Paul, MN) – The Minnesota Department of Revenue announced today that taxpayers who were affected by the recent severe weather and flooding will get extra time to file Minnesota returns and pay Minnesota taxes.

The announcement comes after Governor Mark Dayton recently declared a State of Peacetime Emergency and asked state agencies to provide assistance and support to affected communities.

Individuals and businesses in the southern Minnesota counties eligible for the grace period are: Blue Earth, Brown, Cottonwood, Faribault, Fillmore, Freeborn, Jackson, Lyon, Martin, Mower, Murray, Nicollet, Nobels, Redwood, Rock Sibley, Waseca, and Watonwan.

Anyone who has had recent severe weather or flooding that has affected their ability to file and pay their taxes on time should call 1-800-657-3909 to get assessed penalties or interest abated.

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Black day for Blu drinkers: Semi carrying 40,000 pounds of Grain Belt overturns in Olmsted County

(Rochester, MN) – It was a black day for Grain Belt Blu beer fans on […] The post Black day for Blu drinkers: Semi carrying 40,000 pounds of Grain Belt overturns in Olmsted County appeared first on Southern Minnesota News.

(Rochester, MN) – It was a black day for Grain Belt Blu beer fans on Wednesday.

Rochester Police say that a semi hauling the beverage was exiting Highway 52 northbound at 7:37 a.m. on a circle ramp onto westbound Highway 14 when the tractor-trailer flipped onto its driver’s side.  Lt. Mike Sadauskis believes that the semi’s load may have shifted, causing the rig to overturn.

The truck was hauling 40,000 pounds of Grain Belt Blu, according to Rochester Police.

The driver of the semi was 59-year-old Jeffrey Arnold Olson of New Ulm.  Olson suffered minor injuries and did not require medical treatment.  Sadauskis said speed was not a factor and Olson wasn’t cited.

Damage estimates were not available.

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Minnesota State Rep says it’s time to address correction’s requests after officer’s death

(Mankato, MN) – Minnesota State Representative Jack Considine (D-19B) says it’s time for the state […] The post Minnesota State Rep says it’s time to address correction’s requests after officer’s death appeared first on Southern Minnesota...

(Mankato, MN) – Minnesota State Representative Jack Considine (D-19B) says it’s time for the state legislature to address staffing concerns voiced by the Minnesota Department of Corrections.

Considine’s comments Friday in an interview with SouthernMinnesotaNews.com come after the death of Joseph Gomm, a corrections officer at Stillwater state prison who was murdered by an inmate.

“The Department of Corrections has asked for about the last last three years, if I recall off the top of my head, for more staff,” Considine said.  “They need about a hundred positions system wide. And so, we need to address that.  They’ve been, you know,  coming to us, telling us that they need these things, and frankly, we have not responded.  And we need to do so.”

Considine spent six years working at the St. Peter Regional Treatment facility before being elected as a Minnesota State Representative.

Gomm’s murder was the first in the state where a corrections officer died while on duty in Minnesota.  Forty-two-year-old Edward Muhammand Johnson used a weapon to fatally injure Gomm, who died from blunt force trauma.

“Up to this point, the majority has not felt that [a response] was necessary,” says Considine, “and at this point I think it’s pretty obvious that it is.  We’ve been trying to, you know, nickle and dime state workers and it’s not worked.”

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Le Sueur County Sheriff ups reward for information on ditch dumper

(Le Center, MN) – Le Sueur County Sheriff Brett Mason said Friday in a press […] The post Le Sueur County Sheriff ups reward for information on ditch dumper appeared first on Southern Minnesota News.

(Le Center, MN) – Le Sueur County Sheriff Brett Mason said Friday in a press release that he has increased the reward for information leading to the identification of the Waterville Township ditch dumper.

On June 6, a large pile of construction debris was found by area residents on 470th Street, just west of Highway 13.  A reward of $300 was offered by the sheriff’s office a couple weeks later.

Mason announce today the reward would be increased to $1,500.

Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff’s office.

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Citizen complaint of erratic driving leads to police chase, arrest

(Mankato, MN) – A 23-year-old Maple Grove man was jailed after he allegedly fled from […] The post Citizen complaint of erratic driving leads to police chase, arrest appeared first on Southern Minnesota News.

(Mankato, MN) – A 23-year-old Maple Grove man was jailed after he allegedly fled from officers who tried to stop him in response to a complaint by a concerned citizen.

Patrick Scott Mordhorst was reported by another driver who witnessed him swerving driving erratically  on the 900 block of Madison Avenue just after 11 p.m Thursday, according to Commander Dan Schisel of Mankato Public Safety.

Mordhorst had  allegedly already hit a light pole, knocking it over, and swerved into the wrong traffic lanes.  The citizen who reported Mordhorst continued to follow him to Highway 169 North, where police intercepted and tried to stop his vehicle.

Mordhorst refused to stop, accelerated and drove eastbound on Highway 14 to 3rd avenue, then came to a stop in a Cleveland Street Parking lot.  Mordhorst refused DWI testing and was required restraint when he became combative with officers during field sobriety tests.

Police arrested Mordhorst on possible charges of fleeing a peace officer, obstruction with force, test refusal, motor vehicle hit and run, and no proof of insurance.

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