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  • RuthDutler

    A Kasota woman accused of theft by swindle and fraud reportedly reached a deal with prosecutors this week. 60-year-old Ruth Ann Dutler allegedly took hundreds of thousands of dollars from her brother to buy back …

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    15 Aug 13
  • GasPumps

    Gas prices are on the decline across Minnesota. The statewide average has fallen by more than 20-cents in the last couple of weeks, to $3.44 a gallon as of today (THU). Triple-A Minnesota’s Gail Weinholzer …

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    15 Aug 13
  • MatthewWiering

    New Ulm Area Catholic Schools has announced that Reverend Matthew Wiering will serve as Interim Principal at New Ulm Cathedral High School for the upcoming school year. The announcement comes following the resignation of current …

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    15 Aug 13
  • FairRides

    The county fair season is wrapping up around the local area this weekend, with fairs taking place in Bird Island, Fairmont, and Hutchinson. KNUJ’s Todd Olson will be broadcasting from the Renville County Fair in …

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    15 Aug 13
  • OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

    A local area farmer who pleaded guilty to selling raw milk is accused of violating the terms of his parole. A Sibley County prosecutor has asked a judge to order the arrest of Michael Hartmann. …

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    14 Aug 13
  • ChristopherSchwarze

    A Brownton man was charged with 2nd-degree burglary in Sibley County Court this week after items reported stolen from a home near Arlington were allegedly found in his residence. 25-year-old Christopher W. Schwarze was arrested …

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    14 Aug 13
  • Crops

    Minnesota farmers are expected to harvest their second-largest corn crop in state history this year. According to this week’s projections from the US Department of Agriculture, Minnesota’s corn and soybean crops are expected to be …

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    14 Aug 13
  • NUACS

    New Ulm Cathedral High School Principal Peter Roufs has submitted his resignation, effective as of this Friday. Roufs says that he is grateful for the support received from administration, faculty, staff, parents and students. The …

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    14 Aug 13