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  • PurpleHeart

    A retired Minnesota National Guard soldier from New Ulm is receiving a Purple Heart this weekend, six years after he was wounded in Iraq. Sergeant Jesse Lund is scheduled to receive the award Saturday at …

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    07 Dec 12
  • NewUlmEagles

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board on Thursday approved a proposed tax levy for next year that is a more-than 23% increase over this year. Superintendent Harold Remme says that the majority of the …

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    07 Dec 12
  • GlencoeHollyDays

    The City of Glencoe is holding its annual “Holly Days” festivities over the next week, and it includes what is being called one of the region’s largest lighted Christmas parades. Holly Days highlights this Saturday …

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    07 Dec 12
  • Crash

    A New Ulm man was seriously injured in a car crash Wednesday morning. 38-year-old Gregg Asmus was driving a 1995 Olds 88 southbound on North Payne Street in New Ulm when the vehicle collided with …

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    06 Dec 12
  • BrianHester

    A Redwood Falls man accused of leading authorities on a high-speed car chase for nearly 40 miles made his first appearance in court Wednesday. Authorities are saying that 46-year-old Brian Noel Hester tried to kill …

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    06 Dec 12
  • ReinaGandarilla

    The woman accused of kidnapping her own children from a foster home in Pemberton last week remains in custody in Blue Earth County, and her bail has been set at $40,000. A nationwide arrest warrant …

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    06 Dec 12
  • Beyond the Yellow Ribbon

    Renville County will be officially named a “Yellow Ribbon Community” this week during a special ceremony featuring Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton. Yellow Ribbon communities are dedicated to supporting service members, military families and veterans through …

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    06 Dec 12
  • Dollars

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board is holding a Truth In Taxation hearing this (THU) evening, and members of the public will have an opportunity to comment. In September the school board approved the …

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    06 Dec 12