• Harold C. Schmid

    84 year old Harold C. Schmid of Sleepy Eye died Tuesday at the Sleepy Eye Medical Center. Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:30am Friday at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in New Ulm, …

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    25 Apr 12
  • Jabs throw out first pitch tonight

    Paralyzed high school hockey player Jack Jablonski of Benilde-St. Margaret’s will throw out the ceremonial first pitch tonight at the Twins-Red Sox game at Target Field. Jablonski wrote on his Twitter account that his younger …

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    25 Apr 12
  • MIAC Athletes of Week

    Several MIAC athletes have received weekly performance awards in their respective sports. Gustavus Adolphus sophomore Simon Erlandsson of Mjolby, Sweden is the MIAC men’s Golfer of the Week, while Gustavus Adolphus senior Taylor Drenttel of …

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    25 Apr 12
  • Vikes could trade selection

    The Minnesota Vikings continue to analyze the NFL Draft and figure out what they want to do with the third-overall pick in tomorrow night’s first round. General Manager Rick Spielman says there’s a chance they …

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    25 Apr 12
  • greek salad

    1 head lettuce, torn apart1 head cauliflower, chopped1 large onion, chopped1 lb bacon, fried and chopped Dressing: 1 pint Miracle Whip1/2 cup Parmesan Cheese1/4 cup sugar Layer ingredients in large bowl. Mix dressing and spread …

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    25 Apr 12
  • Biofuel

    State regulators have given the developers of a $30-million biofuel project in the City of LeSueur an environmental exemption. The Minnesota Municipal Power Agency won’t need an environmental impact statement in order to move forward …

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    25 Apr 12
  • Silo1

    The Minnesota House voted in favor of an Omnibus Agriculture Policy Bill on Tuesday. Democratic Representative Terry Morrow of St. Peter is a member of the Agriculture & Rural Development Policy and Finance Committee, and …

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    25 Apr 12
  • Local Students At Nat'l Competition

    Students from 3 area high schools representing a total of 9 local communities are competing in a national robotics competition in St. Louis over the next 4 days. Students from GFW High School and the …

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    25 Apr 12