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    South Central College has won the Minnesota High Tech Association’s 2015 Tekne Award for Education in Technology. SCC’s distance learning model allows students to receive the electronic equipment to work on from home as they …

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    20 Nov 15
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    A long-time Courtland establishment was lost today (Thursday) to fire. Bystanders at the scene say smoke could be seen coming from the attic of the Crow Bar around noon. Shortly after fire crews arrived, flames …

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    19 Nov 15
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    On Wednesday New Ulm government and city leaders met with Target officials in hopes to convince them to keep the store open. City Manager Brian Gramentz says Target officials were aware of and very impressed …

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    19 Nov 15
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    The New Ulm City Council declined to amend the city code to include e-cigarettes in the same category as tobacco cigarettes at Tuesday’s meeting. Councilor Les Schultz made the motion to amend the ordinance to …

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    19 Nov 15
  • New Ulm Medical Center

    Several area hospitals are being recognized for excellence in rural health care. Hospitals in St. Peter, New Ulm, St. James, Waseca, Sleepy Eye, Blue Earth and New Prague are receiving awards for high performance in …

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    19 Nov 15
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    After years of planning and fundraising, Trimont’s one and only grocery store opened for business Wednesday morning. Before the store opened, residents of Trimont had to drive around 30 miles for grocery items. The grocery …

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    19 Nov 15
  • Kiwanis Holiday Lights

    The Mankato Downtown Kiwanis Club will host the fourth annual Kiwanis Holiday Lights beginning November 27 in Mankato’s Sibley Park. The event is free and open to the public although cash donations will be collected …

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    19 Nov 15
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    The New Ulm Park and Rec Department held two meetings Monday evening to introduce preliminary concepts of two separate park plans. Park and Recreation Director Tom Schmitz says the plans were developed as a road …

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    18 Nov 15