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  • Dayton

    Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton will be coming to New Ulm next week. New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Audra Shaneman says that he will be coming for lunch on Tuesday, October 15th, …

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    09 Oct 13
  • WhoopingCough

    The Minnesota Department of Health says there were more than 4,000 confirmed cases of whooping cough last year, and outbreaks of the bacterial infection are again being reported nationwide. Pediatrician Dr. Thomas Boyce says that …

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    09 Oct 13
  • USGovernmentShutdown

    The federal government shutdown continues to have an increasingly negative effect on several sectors of the Minnesota economy, including agriculture. Livestock Economist Tim Petry says that ranchers are finding it a lot tougher to market …

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    09 Oct 13
  • FarmForum

    KNUJ is holding another Farm Forum to discuss relevant issues concerning area ag producers Thursday afternoon. Scheduled to take part in the hour-long on-air forum are local Ag Experts Wayne Schoper and Kent Thiesse. Minnesota …

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    09 Oct 13
  • traci henry use for web

    KNUJ’s Hometown Hero for the month of October is Traci Henry of Madelia. She is an ECFE and Preschool Teacher that is active in her community in many ways. Henry serves on the Community Education …

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    09 Oct 13
  • TomBlock

    A Waseca native is recovering after being wounded in a roadside bombing in Afghanistan. US Army Ranger Tom Block was critically injured Sunday when a homemade bomb went off in southern Afghanistan. The 27-year-old is …

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    08 Oct 13
  • Crash2

    A Le Center man was seriously hurt in a car accident in northern Le Sueur County Monday morning. 48-year-old Lance Olson was driving westbound on County Road 28 when his Ford Focus collided with a …

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    08 Oct 13
  • BufordRogers

    The federal firearms trial for a 24-year-old Montevideo man has again been delayed. The trial of Buford “Bucky” Rogers had been set to get underway in August, but is now scheduled to begin December 2nd.  …

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    08 Oct 13