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  • NUCaterpillarBld

    A contract engineering and manufacturing company has signed a purchase agreement for the former Caterpillar building in New Ulm. SpecSys Inc. is hoping to be moved into the plant on the northwest end of town …

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    22 Jun 12
  • Highway141

    The ongoing effort to widen and improve Highway 14 from New Ulm to Mankato may be moving forward, with Mn/DOT expected to make an announcement on the project this coming Tuesday. New Ulm Mayor Bob …

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    22 Jun 12
  • MarkWetsch1

    The trial of a Minneapolis man who authorities say is responsible for a string of bank robberies across the state, including in St. Peter, Gaylord and Cologne, is scheduled to take place early this Summer. …

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    22 Jun 12
  • Court

    A Springfield man has been sentenced to 2 years of supervised probation after being found guilty of furnishing alcohol to a minor. A Brown County Jury ruled that 29-year-old James D. Sowers was not guilty …

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    22 Jun 12
  • Nibbe1

    A Lake Crystal woman accused of murdering her husband pleaded guilty Wednesday. 35-year-old Jennifer Nibbe has been in custody since shortly after the August 31st, 2010 killing of James Nibbe at the couple’s home south …

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    21 Jun 12
  • Fireworks2

    Summertime is officially here, and this coming weekend promises to be one of the busiest of the season around the local area. There are a total of 6 community festivals taking place in the KNUJ …

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    21 Jun 12
  • Burglary1

    Police in Sleepy Eye are investigating multiple incidents of burglary and vandalism that have taken place at downtown businesses in recent days. A total of 6 such incidents were reported Wednesday morning. Windows or doors …

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    21 Jun 12
  • BUICheckpoint

    Department of Natural Resources officials are cracking down on drunk boating as a part of the nationwide “Operation Dry Water.” The penalties for boating under the influence range from a $1,000 fine to jail time. …

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    21 Jun 12