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  • NUElectronicSign

    Brown County Judge Robert Docherty has ruled in favor of the City of New Ulm in a dispute over the ownership of the electronic Marktplatz Mall sign in the city hall parking lot. The sign …

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    04 Mar 14
  • NUCityHall

    The New Ulm City Council is scheduled to hold a pair of public hearings during its meeting this (TUE) evening. The first deals with a noise variance request from New Ulm High School students wanting …

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    04 Mar 14
  • CalebErickson

    A Marine from the City of Waseca has died in Afghanistan. Relatives say 20-year-old Lance Cpl. Caleb Erickson was the gunner in the last truck of a convoy that was attacked by a suicide bomber …

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    03 Mar 14
  • Crash2

    Two children were injured in a 3-vehicle pileup on Highway 60 in Blue Earth County late Saturday morning. A 2007 Chevy Impala driven by 41-year-old Heather Hawkins of Fairmont had slowed down for a snow …

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    03 Mar 14
  • FishHouses

    The Department of Natural Resources is reminding anglers that the deadline to remove fish houses off of lakes in the southern two-thirds of the state is tonight (MON). Southern Minnesota DNR Information Officer Scott Roemhildt …

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    03 Mar 14
  • GOP

    Brown County Republicans formally endorsed District 16B Representative Paul Torkelson of Hanska during their county convention on Saturday in Sleepy Eye. Torkelson was elected to a third term in the Minnesota House in November of …

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    03 Mar 14
  • FoodShelf

    The state’s largest food drive is under way, the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign.  In the last five years alone, hunger has doubled in Minnesota, and food shelves around the state and the local area are …

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    03 Mar 14
  • Fire

    Authorities have released the name of the woman killed in an apartment fire in New Ulm Thursday night. The fire at the 2-story Ackerson Apartments at Center and Front Streets in New Ulm was reported …

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    01 Mar 14