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  • referendumw

    The St. James School District is giving another bond referendum a try. After a failed referendum in February this time they are shaving the total cost from the original referendum by $5 million. The district …

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    03 Sep 15
  • RoadStripingw

    Brown County Commissioners and county highway supervisor Wayne Stevens wrapped up three informational meetings held throughout the county to explain additional funding needs to maintain roads and bridges in the county. About 65 residents in …

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    03 Sep 15
  • windom truck crash

    The state patrol is searching for the Good Samaritan who pulled the driver of a burning truck to safety. Officials say a state trooper had halted traffic for a funeral procession in Windom Monday afternoon …

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    03 Sep 15
  • e_cigarettesw

    The New Ulm City Council reviisted the issue of electronic cigarette regulations at Tuesday’s meeting. No action was take as the issues was tabled until a public hearing can be held. councilors wanted to explore …

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    02 Sep 15
  • Brown County

    Brown County Commissioners and County Highway Supervisor Wayne Stevens held their final public information meeting on a location option sales tax to fund Brown County roads and bridges. The meeting was held in New Ulm …

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    02 Sep 15
  • St. Peter high school designw

    St. Peter School and city officials unveiled the design of the new high school scheduled to be open in 2017. The school will sit on over 12 acres on the western edge of town and …

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    02 Sep 15
  • RoadWorkerCautionw

    The completion date for the four-lane expansion of Highway 60 from Mountain Lake to Butterfield has been delayed from early October to early November due to delays from the paving contractor. The paving contractor estimates …

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    02 Sep 15
  • St. James

    This year’s Multiple Measurement Ratings that evaluate student achievement and growth have been released. The ratings take into account standardized test scores, graduation rates and student growth to evaluate how much progress schools have made …

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    02 Sep 15