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  • historicalsociety

    The Brown County Historical Society has received a generous donation of $36,212.10 from the estate of Betty J. Anderson. Museum board members first received word of the incoming donation in September in order to have …

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    17 Nov 14
  • GasPumps

    Drivers in the U.S should get used to paying less than three dollars for gasoline.  The Energy Department predicted this week the average price will be $2.94 a gallon in 2015.  However Triple-A Minnesota fuel …

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    15 Nov 14
  • Highway169Sign

    Highway 169 is now construction free after several months of detours and slowdowns.  MnDOT officials say traffic now moves uninhibited on 169 north of St. Peter.  Construction on the highway was done to maintain traffic …

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    15 Nov 14
  • Fire

    A fund has been established at the First National Bank in St. James who lost their home and belongings in a fire this week.  19-year-old Alexis Angel Liemthongsamout and her six-month-old daughter Maddyson Murch were …

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    15 Nov 14
  • Grain_Belt_BeerSIGN

    August Schell Brewing Company will soon be the owners of the widely recognized Grain Belt Beer sign on Nicollet Island in Minneapolis. The company plans to preserve the sign and is in the process of …

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    13 Nov 14
  • Moose

    A moose was spotted wandering near Sleepy Eye on Wednesday morning. Regional Wildlife Assistant Manager Kurt Haroldson of the Department of Natural Resource’s New Ulm Office says that it’s unusual for amoose to appear this …

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    13 Nov 14
  • Arlington

    The city of Arlington is still being impacted by the closing of Seneca Foods last month, however Arlington Administrator Liza Donabauer says that steps are being taken by officials to improve the situation. Donabauer says …

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    12 Nov 14
  • HometownHeroMedal

    8-60 AM KNUJ, SAM 107-3, and your New Ulm Hy-Vee announce this month’s Hometown Hero: Denny Warta of New Ulm. Denny has always been invovled with area activities and civil service over the years; he …

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    12 Nov 14