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  • holiday packages

    As more gift-givers shop online, there are more packages to ship. Online sales account for 10 percent of all shopping and 15 percent during the holidays according to research firm Forrester. That leaves FedEx and …

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    22 Dec 15
  • fatal  car crashw

    Sibley County District Court Judge Timothy Looby recently denied motions to dismiss vehicular homicide charges against a Henerson man who crashed his vehicle and killed the passenger. The case revolves around a September crash on …

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    21 Dec 15
  • chief_myron_wieland

    New Ulm Police Chief Myron Weiland will not face a license review after pleading guilty Thursday to misdemeanor disorderly conduct in a plea deal. The charges stem from a domestic assault incident that took place …

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    21 Dec 15
  • Vehicle registration

    A state law going into effect January 1 requires proof of insurance when renewing licenses tabs. Minnesota drivers are required by law to have insurance on their vehicles. Until now, all driver’s had to do …

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    21 Dec 15
  • B25 bomber

    The Minnesota Air Spectacular in Mankato has won an award from the International Council of Air Shows. A requirement for airshows is an artifical line that is visible to pilots that mark a flyby zone …

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    21 Dec 15
  • Healthy lifestyles

    The Minnesota Department of Health announced that it has awarded over $600,000 in funding through the Statewide Health Improvement Program to Health Together, a partnership of Brown, Nicollet, Le Sueur and Waseca Counties for the …

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    21 Dec 15
  • New Ulm Public Schools

    The New Ulm Public School Board set the 2016 final levy at Thursday nights meeting. The board approved a 2.9 percent increase. A Truth and Taxation meeting was held December 3rd when Business Manager Myrna …

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    19 Dec 15
  • St. James Schools

    After voters approved a $24 million building referendum in November, the St. James School Board began planning construction details at a recent meeting. The district plans to upgrade technology and science rooms, bring the indoor …

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    19 Dec 15