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  • Bloodmobile2

    The American Red Cross is holding blood drives around the area this week, including in New Ulm today (MON). The Bloodmobile will be at the New Ulm Medical Center from Noon to 5 today. There …

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    30 Sep 13
  • Soldier

    The American Red Cross kicks off its annual Holiday Mail for Heroes program today (MON), and invites everyone to show their gratitude and best wishes for those who serve our country. Now through December 6th, …

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    30 Sep 13
  • NUWalMartCounterfeit

    The New Ulm Police Department has issued a statewide Crime Alert after an unknown person passed hundreds of dollars in counterfeit bills at the New Ulm Wal-Mart Wednesday afternoon. The incident occurred at approximately 3:15pm. …

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    27 Sep 13
  • StorageUnit

    A substantial reward is being offered for information on a recent burglary from a storage shed in the City of Mayer. The Snap-On Tools Company is offering $10,000 for info leading to the arrest and …

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    27 Sep 13
  • MichaelBrodkorb

    Fired Minnesota Senate Staffer Michael Brodkorb has settled his wrongful-termination lawsuit for $30,000 — much less than the half-million dollars he was asking. Brodkorb says it’s about putting the matter behind him and getting his …

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    27 Sep 13
  • VeteransCemetery

    The US Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded Minnesota a $10-million grant to establish a new State Veterans Cemetery in Preston. Southern Minnesota Congressman Tim Walz says that the federal funds will cover 100% of …

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    27 Sep 13
  • Vote

    Minnesotans can now register to vote from their computers or other remote devices, giving them an alternative to filling out a paper form. Secretary of State Mark Ritchie announced the launch of the online voter …

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    27 Sep 13
  • NUEagles

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board approved a preliminary tax levy for next year for the district on Thursday. Superintendent Jeff Bertrang says that next year’s levy will be only a .75% increase over …

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    27 Sep 13