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More than 2,500 fish have been found dead from a fish kill event that occurred in late July.
The 1st Congressional District candidate called the topic one where he won't budge.
While there is an expected electricity capacity shortfall this summer in north and central areas of the United States, local energy cooperatives are recommending people lower energy consumption to keep electricity prices low.
The Pine Island/Zumbrota-Mazeppa boys golf team persevered through warm weather, then rain, then a strong final-round push from a challenger. In the end, the Wildcats are the best boys golf team in the state in Class AA.

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Anders Larson and the PIZM boys golf team lead the Class AA state meet after Tuesday's first round. Larson sits in a tie for third individually. In the Class AAA meet, Mayo freshman Isaac Ahn is just one shot back of the lead with 18 holes to play.
Section 1 will send some talented golfers to the Class A, AA and AAA state meets this week. Here are 18 — 9 boys, 9 girls — to watch.
The Fillmore Central girls golf team is headed to the Class A state meet for the eighth time after winning the Section 1A championship on Wednesday at Eastwood Golf Course. The Falcons also swept section medalist honors, as Courtney Hershberger won the girls meet and Jake Fishbaugher won the boys meet.
The Hayfield Vikings had three golfers finish in the top six in the first round of the Section 1A boys golf meet on Tuesday. They'll take a 15-shot lead into Wednesday's final round at Eastwood Golf Course.
Ibraheem Farah Hamza Khalifa, 36, pleaded guilty in Fillmore county District Court to felony charges of firearm violation-felon convicted of a crime of violence and violate a restraining order-within 10 years or two or more priors.
SECTION 1A HONOR ROLL

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(Blooming Prairie, Caledonia/Spring Grove, Chatfield, Winona Cotter, Dover-Eyota, GMLOKS, RACE, Hayfield, Kenyon-Wanamingo/Goodhue, La Crescent, Lake City, Lanesboro/Fillmore Central/Mabel-Canton), Lewiston-Altura, Lyle/Pacelli, Medford, Pine Island, Lourdes, Rushford-Peterson, Houston, St. Charles, Triton, Wabasha-Kellogg, Zumbrota-Mazeppa)
Thirty-seven grants were awarded by the Southeastern Minnesota Arts Council to organizations throughout the region.
Chris Pack of Hayfield, Jason Herber of P-E-M and Nick Pocius of Kasson-Mantorville were area coaches honored by the Minnesota Boys Basketball Coaches Association

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