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  • NUEagles

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board is holding a Town Hall Meeting this (THU) evening to hear from community members, parents and staff on a variety of topics. The public meeting begins at 5pm …

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    10 Apr 14
  • SleepyEyePoliceDepartment

    The Sleepy Eye City Council on Tuesday swore in new Sleepy Eye Police Chief Matthew Andres. This comes following the retirement of Chief John Schueller, who was recognized for his service to the community during …

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    10 Apr 14
  • Spring

    Wednesday was the day that winter-weary Minnesotans have been looking forward to for several months as the temperatures in our state climbed into the 70s. It hit 72-degrees officially in New Ulm on Wednesday, the …

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    10 Apr 14
  • TroutStocking

    The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will be stocking area creeks today (THU) in preparation for the Stream Trout Fishing Opener this Saturday. Fort Ridgely Creek in Renville County, Spring Creek in Brown County, and …

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    10 Apr 14
  • PoliceLine

    The Carver County sheriff’s office says the bodies of a man and a woman have been found in a home in Waconia Township. Sheriff Jim Olson says no suspects are being sought, and there is …

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    09 Apr 14
  • BrokJunkermeier

    A 19-year-old Willmar man will be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole this (WED) morning. Brok Junkermeier unexpectedly pleaded guilty to first-degree murder last Wednesday for the killing of 79-year-old Lila …

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    09 Apr 14
  • Cryptolocker

    A computer virus which had been affecting businesses in the Hutchinson area has now been reported in New Ulm. At least two New Ulm businesses have fallen victim to the “EncryptoLocker” ransomware Trojan. It targets …

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    09 Apr 14
  • Bullying

    The Minnesota House approved a controversial Anti-Bullying Bill at shortly after midnight this (WED) morning following nearly 12 hours of debate. The final vote was 69-63, with all Republicans and a couple of Democrats in …

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    09 Apr 14