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  • Roadwork

    Motorists travelling on Highway 15 between New Ulm and Winthrop should expect brief delays beginning today (FRI) as crews apply the top surface to the roadway. Motorists are advised to drive with caution through the …

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    28 Jun 13
  • JackOhle

    Gustavus Adolphus College President Jack Ohle has announced his intent to retire at the end of the upcoming school year. The Ohio native is the 16th president of the St. Peter college, and began his …

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    28 Jun 13
  • MNSupremeCourt

    The Minnesota Supreme Court is getting back to capacity with the installment of new Justice David Lillehaug. he’s the second appointee of Governor Mark Dayton to the state’s seven-member high court. Lillehaug is a former …

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    28 Jun 13
  • MotorcycleCrash

    A New Ulm man was killed Wednesday evening after his motorcycle hit a car on Highway 15 just outside of New Ulm. 53-year-old Kurt Winkler was driving a 2001 Kawasaki motorcycle southbound on 15 when …

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    27 Jun 13
  • Horse

    Two Hutchinson teenagers were injured Wednesday night when their car hit a horse on Highway 22 near Glencoe. 17-year-old Marissa Owen was driving a Pontiac G5 northbound on 22 when the horse reportedly came out …

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    27 Jun 13
  • Cuffs

    A 19-year-old Good Thunder woman has been charged with felony criminal sexual conduct for allegedly having sex with a 15-year-old Lake Crystal Wellcome Memorial student. Taylor Marie Nelson and the boy reportedly had a child …

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    27 Jun 13
  • DrunkBoating

    The DNR and other agencies kick off a stepped-up boating-while-intoxicated crackdown today (THU) as we head towards the Fourth of July holiday. DNR Captain Greg Salo says they will be concentrating on popular, high-traffic lakes …

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    27 Jun 13
  • MichaelBrodkorb1

    The legal bills continue piling up in former Republican operative Michael Brodkorb’s lawsuit against the Minnesota Senate. The state Rules Committee met Wednesday afternoon to consider the latest invoice — nearly $28,000 — from the …

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    27 Jun 13