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  • nursing home

    Last month the Minnesota Department of Health took over the nursing home facilities in Faribault and Owatonna after the original owner could no longer afford the investment. On Thursday residents and employees learned that the …

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    12 Jun 15
  • Gustavus

    The American Association of University of Professors announced this week that the Gustavus Adolphus College Board of Trustees, including President Rebecca Bergman has received the Association’s Ralph S. Brown Award for Shared Governance. The board …

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    12 Jun 15
  • Nicollet Heros

    Two people have been awarded this month’s KNUJ Hometown Hero. Kevin Kramer and Lucas Paahk of Micollet were recently honored in their community for CPR efforts that helped save lives. Kramer saved his neighbors life …

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    11 Jun 15
  • Hermann

    Wednesday evening the New Ulm Area Foundation celebrated their 2015 Spring Grants. The spring grants for 2015 awarded from the Bill Macklin Endowment Fund are Bavarian Blast, Bridging Brown County to update the website and …

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    11 Jun 15
  • Pei Ketron

    An internationally recognized photographer and traveler visited the sights in New Ulm on Wednesday. Pei Ketron and her travel companion Heidi Lee took in teh sights at the schell’s Brewery, Glockenspiel, Hermann Heights and the …

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    11 Jun 15
  • Deer

    The DNR has approved new deer population goals for large parts of northeast, north-central and east-central Minnesota over objections by the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association who say the process is flawed. Wildlife population’s manager Steve …

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    11 Jun 15
  • UND Logo

    The University of North Dakota has narrowed down the list of potential nicknames from 60 to just 15. UND dropped the nickname Fighting Sioux in 2012 and asked the public to submit a list of …

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    11 Jun 15
  • Sleepy Eye lake trail

    In a special city council meeting where the council met to discuss bids for the Sleepy Eye Lake Trail, councilors learned that the city needs permits from the Department of Natural Resources before the Minnesota …

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    10 Jun 15