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  • Stabbing

    An 18 year-old Nicollet County man made an appearance in court on Wednesday following an apparent stabbing Monday afternoon. Bail was set at $50,000 for Mackenzie Ray Tiegs of North Mankato Wednesday after he was …

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    20 Jun 13
  • RedRockCentral

    Red Rock Central Superintendent Doctor John Brennan submitted his resignation to the Red Rock Central School Board this week. Brennan’s resignation will be effective at the end of the upcoming 2013-2014 school year. Former Red …

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    20 Jun 13
  • MNCapitol

    New Ulm City Manager Brian Gramentz has been appointed to the Motorcycle Safety Advisory Task Force. The task force advises the Department of Public Safety and provides input on motorcycle safety issue operations, with the …

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    20 Jun 13
  • MNStateFair

    The Minnesota State Fair will offer more than 20 new attractions and exhibits for the 2013 edition of the Great Minnesota Get-Together. Thrill-seekers will find four new rides, including “Air Raid,” which takes riders on …

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    20 Jun 13
  • NUCrash6

    A bicyclist was hit by a pickup truck in New Ulm Tuesday evening. It happened at around 6pm at the intersection of 7th North Street and Broadway in New Ulm. Authorities say that 59-year-old Timothy …

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    19 Jun 13
  • FrancisMarkey

    The Diocese of New Ulm is being sued by a man who claims he was sexually abused by a priest serving at St. Joseph Parish in Henderson in 1982. The lawsuit alleges that the Diocese …

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    19 Jun 13
  • StephenNoga

    A former staff member at a Hutchinson charter school accused of having sex with students has pleaded guilty to 2 counts of criminal sexual conduct. 29-year-old Stephen Michael Noga avoided a jury trial with the …

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    19 Jun 13
  • SpringPlanting

    Minnesota farmers who still have wet fields have been creeping ahead with their remaining spring planting. The USDA says that an average of just-over 3-and-a-half days were suitable for fieldwork statewide last week, a slight …

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    19 Jun 13