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  • NUHomeShow2012

    New Ulm’s 32nd annual Home and Self-Improvement Show gets underway Friday at the New Ulm Civic Center. There will be over 200 booths at the Home Show, along with several free seminars and gift card …

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    22 Mar 12
  • PlaneCrash

    Three people are dead after a small airplane crashed in McLeod County Wednesday morning. The plane went down in a field about four miles north of Glencoe near the intersection of Falcon Avenue North and …

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    22 Mar 12
  • Nibbe1

    The trial of a Lake Crystal woman accused of murdering her husband has been delayed. 34-year-old Jennifer Nibbe was scheduled to go on trial on 1st-degree murder charges on April 2nd, but that trial has …

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    22 Mar 12
  • Tornado

    The National Weather Service has confirmed that it was a tornado that hit the City of Elysian Monday night. The 100-yard-wide twister was reportedly packing winds up to 85 mph. It travelled about 7 miles, …

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    21 Mar 12
  • NU City Council Vacancy

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday held a public hearing concerning more than $1.6-million worth of upcoming road work in the city. The Municipal State Aid Street improvements will involve the reconstruction of water …

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    21 Mar 12
  • Burglary1

    The Fairfax Police Department and Renville County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the theft of cash and firearms from a Fairfax business over the weekend. Unknown persons apparently forced their way into the Farm Merchantile hardware …

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    21 Mar 12
  • SmokingBan

    Today (WED) is national Kick Butts Day. The program is aimed at getting young smokers to kick the habit, or avoid starting. Sponsored by the United Health Foundation, organizers of the anti-tobacco day says there …

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    21 Mar 12
  • TrumanPolice

    The Truman City Council on Monday agreed to reinstate a police officer that had been put on administrative leave for more than a year, and several councilors apologized for their part in the incident. Mike …

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    21 Mar 12