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  • Fire

    A shed near St. James containing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of farm equipment was destroyed by a fire Tuesday afternoon. The building apparently started on fire at around 2pm Tuesday, and around $400,000 …

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    17 Oct 12
  • DarekNelson

    A Montevideo man has been found competent to stand trial in the murder of a co-worker last winter. 25-year-old Darek Nelson passed an evaluation after being accused of stabbing 18-year-old Vinessa Lozano to death after …

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    17 Oct 12
  • JustinBerg

    The new athletic director and dean of students for the Nicollet Public School faces 2 counts of felony theft for allegedly stealing school concession and ticket sales money on numerous occasions. 31-year-old Justin Berg of …

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    17 Oct 12
  • ElishebaSwett

    The Worthington woman who abducted an employee at the New Ulm Wal-Mart earlier this year and claimed there was a bomb in the store has been sentenced to 20 years of probation. 38-year-old Elisheba Joy …

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    17 Oct 12
  • NUCityCouncil2

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday approved a location for a proposed Dog Park for the community. South German Park was okayed as the ideal location for a dog park as recommended by the …

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    17 Oct 12
  • OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

    A Gibbon area farmer accused of selling raw milk and uninspected meat has pleaded guilty to 2 of the 9 counts against him. 59-year-old Michael O. Hartmann entered the pleas on Monday in Sibley County …

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    16 Oct 12
  • CandidateForum

    The New Ulm League of Women Voters is holding a forum featuring the candidates for New Ulm City Council today (TUE). The candidate forum begins at 7pm at New Ulm City Hall, and will be …

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    16 Oct 12
  • SleepyEyeSchool

    The Sleepy Eye School District is holding a public hearing concerning the levy referendum being decided upon by district voters next month. Sleepy Eye schools are asking voters to approve a 5-year, $500 per-pupil levy …

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    16 Oct 12