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  • StorageUnit

    A substantial reward is being offered for information on a recent burglary from a storage shed in the City of Mayer. The Snap-On Tools Company is offering $10,000 for info leading to the arrest and …

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    27 Sep 13
  • NUEagles

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board approved a preliminary tax levy for next year for the district on Thursday. Superintendent Jeff Bertrang says that next year’s levy will be only a .75% increase over …

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    27 Sep 13
  • GFW

    The GFW School District is moving forward with implementing the Q-Comp program, the state initiative that pays teachers based on the performance of their students. The program needed to be approved by the teachers union …

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    27 Sep 13
  • CodyServin

    A Gaylord man remains in custody in the Sibley County Jail after being charged with 2nd-degree burglary. 24-year-old Cody John Servin is accused of burglarizing an apartment at the Gaylord Motel. Servin had initially called …

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    26 Sep 13
  • Meth

    A 19-year-old Nicollet man is facing a felony drug charge after methamphetamine was allegedly found in his vehicle. Christopher Jon Diefenderfer was charged with felony possession after St. Peter police reportedly found the meth in …

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    26 Sep 13
  • TractorOnRoad

    As the harvest gets underway around the local area, the Minnesota Department of Transportation is reminding motorists and farm equipment operators to safely share the road. An increased number of large farm implements will be …

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    26 Sep 13
  • Dollars

    The New Ulm Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday awarded over a million dollars worth of bids on 3 upcoming projects in the community. MR Paving and Excavating was awarded a bid for more-than $85,000 to …

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    26 Sep 13
  • NUEagles

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board is scheduled to approve a preliminary tax levy for 2014 this (THU) evening. The board is expected to approve the maximum levy amount possible, around $6.2-million. The final …

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    26 Sep 13