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  • Cleveland public school

    An annual audit done at Cleveland School District found an increase in revenues. The results of an audit reported presented to the school board at a recent meeting showed revenues increased about 2 and a …

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    21 Nov 15
  • Crow Bar fire1

    A long-time Courtland establishment caught fire Thursday resulting in significant damaged to the building. The Nicollet County Sheriff’s Office says fire crews responded to a report of a fire at the Crow Bar around noon …

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    20 Nov 15
  • butterfield odin school

    Butterfield School Board member Kristy Hasemen presented a resolution at Monday evening’s school board meeting for immediate removal of four board members for not following board procedure or state statutes. The resolution was defeated by …

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    20 Nov 15
  • SpeedLimit60

    The current 55 mph speed limit on various highways will increase to 60 mph. Minnesota Department of Transportation officials say speed limit signs are scheduled to be installed, weather permitting, on Monday and Tuesday. The …

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    20 Nov 15
  • ParadeOfLights

    The New Ulm 27th Annual Parade of Lights is an annual tradition always held on the Friday after Thanksgiving. This year the parade will take place Friday, November 27th starting at 6 p.m. Chamber Director …

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    20 Nov 15
  • south central college sign

    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
  • Crow Bar fire1

    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
  • targetlogo

    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