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  • GFW

    The GFW School Board approved more than a hundred thousand dollars worth of capital and deferred maintenance projects this week. The district will spend a total of $70,000 on new servers and network switches and …

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    28 Mar 13
  • Detours

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation has unveiled their summer construction projects for 2013. The list includes work on 87 projects in the Twin Cities and nearly 200 in Greater Minnesota. Mn/DOT Commissioner Charlie Zelle says …

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    28 Mar 13
  • JeffBertrang

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board has chosen GFW Superintendent Jeff Bertrang to be the district’s next superintendent. The decision came after a series of interviews and “Community Forums” with Bertrang and the other …

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    27 Mar 13
  • Water

    If you live in the City of St. Peter, your water rates will be going up starting next week. The St. Peter City Council has approved a plan to be implemented over the course of …

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    27 Mar 13
  • TaxEvasion

    The Internal Revenue Service says it’s investigating a large-scale tax refund scheme run from a Minnesota prison. The case apparently involves hundreds of phony tax returns from 2006 to 2012 that contain fraudulent and fictitious …

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    27 Mar 13
  • ampi

    New Ulm’s Associated Milk Producers Incorporated has announced the co-op’s sales for 2012 totaled $1.7-billion, with $9.3-million in earnings. The announcement came during the annual meeting of the milk marketing cooperative owned by 2,900 Upper …

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    27 Mar 13
  • POYBanquetSpring13

    The 51st annual KNUJ Player of the Year Banquet was held Tuesday, with a total of 46 area athletes being honored. Named Girls Basketball Player of the Year was Carly Sigurdson from BOLD. The Boys …

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    27 Mar 13
  • Crash2

    An armed motorcyclist who was fleeing from authorities in southwestern Minnesota was killed Saturday evening when he crashed his Harley head-on into a State Patrol squad car. Authorities say that 33-year-old Chad Danneman of Slayton …

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    26 Mar 13