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  • NUCityCouncil2

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday approved a “Pilot Project” for replacing the aging and deteriorating inlaid bricks on sidewalks downtown as well as the concrete paver crosswalks. The decorative bricks now in place …

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    20 Jun 12
  • HailDamage

    An emergency meeting for farmers who have concerns about hail damage to their crops is taking place on Thursday in Lafayette. This comes after hail shredded corn stalks around the area during Tuesday’s early morning …

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    20 Jun 12
  • Rollover

    An 18-year-old from Glenwood is in critical condition following a rollover accident on Highway 4 north of Fairfax Tuesday morning. Darius Hott was driving a 1992 Cadillac El Dorado southbound on Highway 4 when the …

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    20 Jun 12
  • FatalCrash2

    A 19-year-old from Albany was killed in the rollover accident on Highway 14 Monday night. The accident occurred at about 10:30pm just east of Courtland. A Ford Superduty pickup truck driven by 19-year-old Brent Lehnen …

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    20 Jun 12
  • Fatal

    At least one person is dead following a rollover accident on Highway 14 Monday night. The accident occurred at about 10:30pm at the intersection with Nicollet County Road 25 just east of Courtland. A 1999 …

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    19 Jun 12
  • NUCityHall

    The New Ulm City Council today (TUE) will reconsider granting a tobacco license that was denied during the last council meeting. Councilor Les Scultz led the way in denying the new “Smokes 4 Less” store …

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    19 Jun 12
  • Thunderstorm

    The latest round of severe weather made its way out of Minnesota this (TUE) morning. The National Weather Service says wind speeds were clocked at up to 80-miles-an-hour overnight in Scott County, while gusts in …

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    19 Jun 12
  • JamesBinger

    A Level 3 Sex Offender in custody in the Brown County Jail has requested a change of venue for his upcoming trial on charges of criminal sexual conduct, invasion of privacy, and violation of parole. …

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    19 Jun 12