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  • GFW

    Gaylord Mayor Don Boeder reported to the Gaylord City Council at a recent meeting that the developers of the Osteopathic School of Medicine are expected to purchase the school building yet this year. Boeder reported …

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    16 Jun 17
  • GaylordWaterTower

    Piece by piece the old water tower in Gaylord came down on Sunday as the demolition crew dismantled the tower that has stood since 1934. The demolition wraps up Gaylord’s water tower project which started …

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    16 Jun 17
  • prostitution

    A 60-year-old New Ulm man has been sentenced after being charged earlier this year with 5th degree misdemeanor prostitution. Mark J. Spencer has been sentenced to 90 days in the Brown County Jail, stayed for …

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    15 Jun 17
  • Highway 14 sign

    Initially the New Ulm to Nicollet and Dodge Center to Owatonna Highway 14 sections were included in the Senate’s bonding bill. But the earmarks were removed and the language governing the Corridors of Commerce was …

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    15 Jun 17
  • Schells

    The president of August Schell Brewing in New Ulm was recently inducted into the business hall of fame. Ted Marti was inducted into the 2017 Twin Cities Business Hall of Fame. This honor is presented …

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    15 Jun 17
  • Quilts of Valor

    A group of Le Sueur women found a unique way to honor veterans. Pieceful Valley Quilters presented their second Quilt of Valor to Allen Mollenhauer recently. Mollenhauer is a World War I veteran and received …

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    15 Jun 17
  • sentencing

    Teens who were involved in an attempted home burglary in Madelia in January were sentenced Tuesday. Nineteen-year-old Cornelius Ayers Junior was sentenced to 15 days in jail. Eighteen-year-old Kyle Thomas Nason of Sleepy Eye will …

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    14 Jun 17
  • Fort Ridgely_Fairfax golf course

    The Fort Ridgely Golf Course agreement failed for lack of a second motion for approval at the Fairfax City Council meeting Tuesday evening. Councilors commented they didn’t think there was enough money to make it …

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    14 Jun 17