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  • German Park amphitheater

    The City of New Ulm is seeking funding for repairs and upgrades to an outdoor amphitheater. Tonight the council will take action on a recommendation from the Park and Rec Commission to request $300,000 from …

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    15 Mar 16
  • Trap shooting range

    Minnesota shooting clubs will have another shot at developing or rehabilitating trapshooting facilities as well as other ranges open to the public through a grants program from the Department of Natural Resources. The 2014 state …

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    15 Mar 16
  • Kiwanis Holiday Lights

    The Lyle C. Pearson Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary Unit 10 of Mankato donated back to the Kiwanis Holiday Lights organization to replace a lost display. The Veterans Auxiliary donated back to Kiwanis the funds the …

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    15 Mar 16
  • fatal  car crashw

    A Litchfield teen died Sunday after his vehicle drifted off of Meeker County Road 9 in Darwin Township and crashed. The Meeker County Sheriff’s Office says 16-year-old Marcus Huhn was driving north just before 9:30 …

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    14 Mar 16
  • theft

    Two men were charged with the February thefts of two handguns. On February 2, a Dan Wesson revolver and Ruger Casull revolver were reported missing from a Butterfield residence. Thirty-seven-year-old Kham-Ouian Khamvongsa took 28-year-old Johnny …

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    14 Mar 16
  • Highway 169 sign

    State transportation officials are saying even if warm weather continues through the month and into April, it is unlikely reconstruction of Highway 169 will be moved up the scheduled. The closing of Highway 169 is …

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    14 Mar 16
  • prostitution

    Prostitution arrests throughout rural southern Minnesota over the past year prove that it does happen here. The Safe Harbor Law was passed in 2011. The law views Minnesota youth engaged in prostitution as victims and …

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    14 Mar 16
  • Arlingtonw

    The Arlington City Council recently accepted a $30,000 forestry grant through the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. In addition to the grant the DNR will reimburse Arlington up to $23,000 for four forestry projects. These …

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    14 Mar 16