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  • Fire

    The New Ulm Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire at 1226 North State Street Wednesday night. Firefighters managed to extinguish the flames in about 20 minutes. Fire Chief Paul Macho believes the fire was …

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    21 Sep 17
  • GFW

    Community members had the chance to attend two meetings regarding the GFW bond proposal and upcoming November vote. One more meeting is scheduled. Those who attended the meetings received handouts regarding the proposal. The meeting …

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    21 Sep 17
  • Road open

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation says construction on Highway 15 from New Ulm to Searles is expected to wrap up tomorrow (Friday). Detours have been in place since May. The project included resurfacing deteriorating pavement …

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    21 Sep 17
  • MVL

    A Minnesota Valley Lutheran High School student has been named a commended student in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship program. A letter of commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation was presented to senior Benjamin …

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    21 Sep 17
  • Jacob Macdonald

    A Dassel-Cokato High School student is fighting for his life following a reaction caused by a peanut allergy. Fifteen-year-old Jacob MacDonald has been at a Twin Cities children’s hospital since Saturday. The family reported that …

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    20 Sep 17
  • New Ulm image

    The New Ulm City Council set the 2018 preliminary budget with a 5.5 percent increase. By law, the city can’t increase the levy amount, but between now and December  the council may choose to reduce …

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    20 Sep 17
  • New Ulm High School

    On Homecoming weekend, Saturday, September 30th, the fourth annual ISD 88 Hall of Fame banquet will be held. Nominees this year include Helene Fesenmaier, Paula Johnson, Bonnie Mohr, Faith Reinhart, Flip Schulke and staff member …

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    20 Sep 17
  • Truman

    The Truman Fire Department has received $122,000 dollars in grants. Pioneer Seeds granted the department $2,500. The department also received a $112,000 grant from the Emergency Management Agency and another $3800 from the Minnesota Department …

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    20 Sep 17