Scranton Branch – The Voice 2019

By |2019-09-24T08:50:41-05:00September 24th, 2019|

Can you believe GWEN STEFANI didn't even know BLAKE SHELTON existed until she met him on "The Voice"?! She says, quote, "I didn't even know that he was a human being on this planet." Obviously, Gwen and Blake came from two different worlds, musically and otherwise.  But they've had years to get used to that.  "I've accepted that he's a true hillbilly and all those things.  I just love that we're from different genres." (This is from Andy Cohen's Sirius radio show.  You can listen here.)   (If you haven't seen it yet, check out a Scranton Branch video that "The Voice" posted yesterday.) [...]

Remains of missing Sleepy Eye man possibly found on Sunday

By |2018-07-30T06:25:29-05:00July 30th, 2018|

Authorities in Brown County say a citizen using a rest area on Highway 4 near the Cottonwood River may have found the remains of a Sleepy Eye man that has been missing for nearly two months. Around 10:45 a.m. on Sunday, the Brown County Sheriff's Office was contacted after the person observed a gun, clothing and what appeared to be bone. Investigators processed the scene and discovered a revolver, human bone remains, blue jeans, red t-shirt, work boots, a watch, eyeglasses and a drivers license belonging to 73-year old Vincent Hugo Mathiowetz.  Mathiowetz was reported missing on June 3 after his [...]

Caseloads up in 2017 for Blue Earth County Attorney’s Office

By |2018-02-01T13:26:38-06:00February 1st, 2018|

The Annual report from the Blue Earth County Attorney’s Office is out as 2017 panned out to be a year of continuing trends and pursuit of prevention methods. In 2017, the Attorney’s Office dealt with over 5-thousand 600 cases, providing services for all eleven municipalities in the County. When looking at the caseloads, a growing Mankato metro plays in to the increase according to County Attorney Pat McDermott. Blue Earth County Attorney Pat McDermott "We also have the highest retails per-capita in the state. We are the youngest county in the state. We have that large college population and [...]

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