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The vehicles collided at the intersection of Highway 61 and Highway 42 near Kellogg.
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This week marked the 47th annual National EMS Week — a time to celebrate emergency medical service responders and the work they do in their communities.
Michael Jerald Mattison, 46, is charged in Wabasha County District Court with felony first-degree aggravated controlled substance crime and first-degree controlled substance crime. This is the second time in recent months that law enforcement in Wabasha County have confiscated pounds of methamphetamine from a county resident.
James Edward Riley, 46, pleaded guilty in Wabasha County District Court on Friday, May 13, 2022, to killing his father in March 2021

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A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for Olmsted and Wabasha counties.
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The continuous rise of gas prices won't change anytime soon. How are local businesses and tourism preparing for a summer of cautious travelers when it comes to their budgets?
(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)
The survey is completely optional. Even if the school districts didn’t decide to opt out all together, individual families could have still decided not to have their children take it.
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74-year-old Jim O'Reilly will receive a national award for his service and dedication to the sport he's embraced the last 50-plus years, bowling.
Pine Island city-wide garage sale set for last weekend in April; National Eagle Center reopening doors for educational program

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Five years after a plan that was met with opposition, the Corps has a dredge material management plan for lower pool 4.
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Warren says there are people in the community who have information that could solve the mystery.
MSC-SE holding Transportation Career Night; Wabasha set to celebrate Bird City status.

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