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  • NU City Council Vacancy

    The New Ulm City Council is holding a public hearing this (TUE) evening concerning more than $1.6-million worth of upcoming road work in the city. A total of $461,000 of the Municipal State Aid Street …

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    20 Mar 12
  • SpringfieldSchool

    A Springfield High School science teacher has been presented an award honoring teaching excellence. Amanda Meyer is the recipient of the 2012 Medtronic Foundation Science Teaching Award from the Minnesota Science Teachers Association. The award …

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    20 Mar 12
  • Temperature2

    It’s been many years since we last had an early-season warm spell like this one in Minnesota. Climatologist Pete Boulay says it last happened 31 years ago. He says that back in February of 1981 …

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    20 Mar 12
  • Spring

    It’s officially spring in Minnesota. The spring equinox, which happened at 12:14am, means the length of the day and night are virtually the same thanks to the sun being positioned directly over the equator of …

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    20 Mar 12
  • Thunderstorm

    The storm that blew through the area Monday evening was packing high winds and heavy rain, and ripped the roofs off homes in the City of Elysian. Le Sueur County Emergency Management Director Ann Traxler …

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    20 Mar 12
  • MarkJungclaus1

    A Glencoe man critically injured in a snowmobile accident earlier this month was able to return home this past weekend. Mark Jungclaus hit an ice heave on Gull Lake the evening of Sunday, March 4th, …

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    19 Mar 12
  • 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