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  • Vote

    TV and radio ads, internet pop-ups and lawn signs are all some of the most noticeable forms of campaigning being seen and heard throughout Minnesota. Election Day is just over a week away, and between …

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    29 Oct 12
  • ColumbianHotel

    An historic landmark in the City of Ortonville is in ruins after a fire this (FRI) morning. Flames were reportedly shooting out of the basement of the Columbian Hotel prior to the building’s collapse. A …

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    26 Oct 12
  • Crash2

    Two people were injured in a car crash just south of Fairfax Thursday afternoon. It happened at just after 4pm on Highway 4. A Ford Econoline van driven by 52-year-old Kurt Forsyth of Franklin had …

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    26 Oct 12
  • Shoplifting

    Authorities have learned that the two women accused of stealing DVD’s from Wal-Mart stores across five states, including Minnesota, had mailed the movies to an organized shoplifting ring in California. After allegedly stealing from the …

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    26 Oct 12
  • Cuffs

    A 76-year-old New Ulm man was charged with felony terroristic threats in Brown County Court on Wednesday for allegedly threatening a jail administrator. Duane Marstone had been booked into the Brown County Jail on a …

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    26 Oct 12
  • GlencoeGardenCenter1

    A former Glencoe businessman faces multiple felony charges in McLeod County Court over allegations that he swindled lenders out of over $333,000 in loans. 48-year-old Bryan Koepp was the owner of the Glencoe Garden Center …

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    26 Oct 12
  • SafeandSober

    The Minnesota Department of Public Safety is coordinating extra DWI patrols across the state this weekend as residents prepare to celebrate Halloween. There have been a total of 7 deaths and 24 serious, life-altering injuries …

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    26 Oct 12
  • ISD88SchoolBoard

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board on Thursday approved 4 years worth of contracts for district food service, clerical and custodial employees. Two separate two-year contracts were approved for each group, which are each …

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    26 Oct 12