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  • AlyssaAuten

    The Nicollet County Historical Society Board of Directors has hired a new director for the organization. Alyssa Auten will replace former director Ben Leonard, whose last day on the job was Friday. Auten will be …

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    11 Dec 13
  • NUCommunityFriendsThanksgiving

    The KNUJ Hometown Hero for December is a group this month: the New Ulm Community Friends organization. For 26 years now hundreds of volunteers have banded together to prepare and serve a free Thanksgiving meal …

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    11 Dec 13
  • TemperatureSubzero

    The wintry weather continues today (TUE) across southern Minnesota, with flurries and blowing snow possible and highs in the teens. Weather forecasters say that a Wind Chill Advisory will then go into effect late tonight. …

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    10 Dec 13
  • Firefighters

    A fire early Sunday morning caused more than a million-and-a-half dollars in damage to the building and contents of a rural Hutchinson trucking company. Hutchinson firefighters were called out to the GR Daniels Trucking Company …

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    10 Dec 13
  • PoliceInvestigation

    The New Ulm Police Department is investigating a report of a stolen vehicle. A gray, 1991 GMC pickup was apparently stolen from behind New Ulm Wholesale Auto and Glass at 3rd North and Broadway at …

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    10 Dec 13
  • RuralIntersectionConflictWarning

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation will be deploying Rural Intersection Conflict Warning Systems at rural intersections across the state in the near future, including in the local area. The signs use sensors and flashing lights …

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    10 Dec 13
  • SleepyEyeCityCouncil

    The Sleepy Eye City Council is scheduled to hold a Truth In Taxation hearing for community residents this (TUE) evening. The preliminary Sleepy Eye property tax levy for next year that was set in September …

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    10 Dec 13
  • Winter Snowstorm Blasts The Midwest

    The Minnesota State Patrol responded to more than 400 crashes statewide on Sunday after light snowfall coated roads already covered by ice. Lieutenant Eric Roeske says there were injuries in at least 52 wrecks, although …

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    09 Dec 13