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  • Cuffs

    It was a busy St. Patrick’s Day for the Minnesota State Patrol. Officers arrested 43 impaired drivers — 21 of those in the Twin Cities metro area. Lt. Eric Roeske says that’s a slight increase …

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    19 Mar 12
  • CarChase

    A man who led authorities on a car chase over the weekend that involved law enforcement agencies from 3 counties is in custody after being subdued by a tazer. James Eiring Allen was being sought …

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    19 Mar 12
  • DirtBikeAccident

    A rural Sacred Heart man was seriously injured in a dirt bike accident Saturday evening. The accident happened at just before 6pm about 2 miles southwest of Sacred Heart in Renville County’s Hawk Creek Township. …

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    19 Mar 12
  • Ambulance

    A 5-year-old child is recovering after being run over during a local St. Patrick’s Day parade over the weekend. The incident happened on Saturday in the City of St. Peter. Authorities are providing few details …

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    19 Mar 12
  • GOP

    The Brown County Republican County Convention is taking place today (SAT) in Sleepy Eye. Brown County GOP Chair Jim Hahn says the primary purpose of the convention is to select delegates for the upcoming district …

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    17 Mar 12
  • NU City Council Vacancy

    New Ulm City Councilor Todd Olson will be submitting his resignation from the council during the upcoming meeting on Tuesday. Olson was reportedly offered the opportunity to lead a large Edward Jones office in Onalaska, …

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    17 Mar 12
  • StPatricksDay

    The 47th annual New Ulm St. Patrick’s Day Parade takes place Saturday evening in downtown New Ulm. The oldest continuous St. Patrick’s Day parade in the state of Minnesota gets underway at 5pm Saturday at …

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    16 Mar 12
  • ISD88SchoolBoard

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board on Thursday approved more than $1.1 million worth of budget cuts, including the elimination of 10 full-time teaching positions. District 88 Superintendent Harold Remme says that making the …

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    16 Mar 12