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  • Big Ideas

    Non-profit organization Big Ideas is working to expose individuals to the value of skilled trades through hands-on training Community Education Classes. The goal of Big Ideas is to provide opportunities for people to discover, explore …

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    20 Jul 18
  • Dog Park

    Earlier this week, the Lake Crystal city council approved the creation of a dog park for the city. As reported by the Lake Crystal Tribune, the proposal for the dog park sees the park located …

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    20 Jul 18
  • Hogs Highway 14

    An overturned semi is responsible for releasing at least 20 animals onto a highway near Mankato. The hogs blocked traffic yesterday morning after the truck veered off the ramp from westbound Highway 14 to southbound …

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    19 Jul 18
  • flooded playground Springfield park

    With the help of many volunteers, the cleanup of the Riverside Park in Springfield is under way. According to the Springfield Advance-Press, the flood damages affected the campground, children’s playgrounds, softball, baseball and football fields, …

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    19 Jul 18
  • springfield golf course

    Following the flood from July 4th, the Springfield Golf Course and club house sustained major damage. Three holes on the course were destroyed, two were damaged, including the ramps on both sides of the bridge …

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    19 Jul 18
  • popcorn wagon

    The Brown County Historical Society has announced the dates the Popcorn Wagon will be out and about in New Ulm. On Saturday, the Popcorn Wagon will be located on Center Street in front of the …

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    19 Jul 18
  • Belle Plaine Trinity School

    A student at Belle Plaine Trinity Lutheran Elementary School wrote an essay for a school project called “What Can I Personally Do to Promote Americanism in My School or Community?” Austin Meyer’sessay recently won the …

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    19 Jul 18
  • New Ulm former Middle School

    Residents living around the former New Ulm Middle School crammed the New Ulm City Council Chambers Tuesday evening, most in opoosition to the development of State Street Apartments the council approved TIF financing for. The …

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    18 Jul 18