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  • NUKraftPlant

    Kraft Foods has announced upcoming changes to it’s New Ulm plant which could affect as many as 90 positions there. The New Ulm plant will be restructuring throughout 2013, along with 2 other plants as …

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    25 Oct 12
  • RSFiberJPMeeting

    The Renville-Sibley Fiber Joint Powers Board on Wednesday voted to move forward with the multi-million dollar project, despite the withdrawal of Sibley County the day before. RS Fiber Board Chair Brenda Pautsch says that a …

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    25 Oct 12
  • RyanKrosch

    Yellow Medicine County Administrator Ryan Krosch has been officially offered the position of Nicollet County administrator, but no further action will be taken until the November Nicollet County Board meeting. Krosch was chosen for the …

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    25 Oct 12
  • Henderson

    The Henderson City Council has chosen a new chief of police for the community. Interim Henderson Police Chief Pat Nienaber submitted his resignation last month due to time constraints, and recommended that Henderson Police Officer …

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    25 Oct 12
  • UpperMidwestManagement

    The New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce honors it’s 2012 Industry-Business of the Year this (THU) evening at the New Ulm Country Club. Upper Midwest Management is a full-service property management company that was started …

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    25 Oct 12
  • Crash2

    A Comfrey man was injured in a car crash on Highway 14 in Brown County Tuesday afternoon. 43-year-old Michael Weber was driving a 1999 Pontiac Grand Am northbound on Highway 258 just east of Springfield …

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    24 Oct 12
  • SurveillanceCameraFootage

    A New Ulm man faces multiple charges for allegedly setting up a hidden video camera at a tanning salon in Nicollet. 53-year-old William Rolloff was an employee at Langhorn Park when he was accused of …

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    24 Oct 12
  • RenvilleSibleyFiber

    The Sibley County Board on Tuesday voted in favor of rural Sibley County withdrawing from the Renville-Sibley Fiber project. The $70-million proposal to bring high-speed fiber optic internet, telephone and television services to the residents …

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    24 Oct 12