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    Krenz Real Estate is collecting coats, hats, and mittens for children in New Ulm and Sleepy Eye. Krenz Real Estate asked school officials officials for lists of students in need of warm winter outer-wear and …

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    21 Nov 14
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    M.R. Paving and Excavating Incorporated has been named the 2014 Business of the Year by the New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce. A banquet to honor the business is being held on Tuesday, December 2nd, …

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    19 Nov 14
  • SleepyEye

    Mountain Iron, Plainview, La Crescent, Sleepy Eye, and Two Harbors are the five safest cities in Minnesota, according to a report from SafeWise, a home security comparison website Rankings are based on FBI data on …

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    18 Nov 14
  • mcleodcounty

    A recount was held Monday in the McLeod County District 5 Commissioners race and the unofficial results show challenger Joe Nagel maintained his lead over incumbent Commissioner Jon Christensen for the position. Christensen requested the …

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    18 Nov 14
  • StJames

    A fund has been set up for a 19 year old woman and her baby who were critically injured in a mobile home fire on Thursday. Alexis Angel Liemthongsamout and her six month old baby …

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    17 Nov 14
  • mcleodcounty

    A recount will take place today in the McLeod County Commissioner District 5 election. Incumbent District 5 McLeod County Commsioner Jon Christensen was narrowly defeated by 34 votes by challenger Joe Nagel. Christensen requested a …

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    17 Nov 14
  • Highway169Sign

    State transporation officials plan to completely close Highway 169 to traffic between Mankato and St. Peter for six months in 2016. Local officials are worried about the impact on commuters and the safety implications of …

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    17 Nov 14
  • historicalsociety

    The Brown County Historical Society has received a generous donation of $36,212.10 from the estate of Betty J. Anderson. Museum board members first received word of the incoming donation in September in order to have …

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    17 Nov 14