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  • distrcit 88

    District 88 Superintendent Jeff Bertrang will present information about the Aug. 12 Bond Referendum at an informational meeting held at the Community Center, 600 N. German Street, New Ulm. The meeting will be held Thursday …

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    04 Aug 14
  • Rollover

    The Brown County Sheriff’s Office released news about a rollover on CR 29 and 260th Avenue in Sleepy Eye. The accident happened at 2:22 am this morning and involved only one vehicle. Driver Xavier Isaac …

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    04 Aug 14
  • BrownCountyFair

    Mark your calendar for the Brown County Free Fair at the Fairgrounds in New Ulm. The Fair will be held from Wednesday and go through Sunday. Entertainment will consist of new attractions such as Midwest …

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    04 Aug 14
  • ArchdioceseStPaulMinneapolis

    The lawyer for a man suing the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis and Winona for not protecting children from sexually abusive priests will release the names of New Ulm priests accused of sexual misconduct.  …

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    04 Aug 14
  • Farmfest

    Farmfest 2014 is scheduled to open tomorrow and goes through Thursday at the site along Highway 68 between Redwood Falls and Morgan. This year’s event is going to feature information on a variety of topics. …

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    04 Aug 14
  • Flooding2014

    24 Minnesota counties and two tribal governments have been added to the federal disaster declaration secured by Governor Dayton last month.  Earlier this week, Director Kris Eide with Minnesota Homeland Security and Emergency Management, requested …

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    02 Aug 14
  • Bison

    A bison skull was found Saturday in a Franklin Area creek by 11-year-old Keygan Lund and his friends Jake Edwards, and Nick Utz. Edwards and Utz were visiting from Elk River and needed bait for …

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    01 Aug 14
  • Train

    Officials are investigating a train derailment near Butterfield that happened Wednesday morning.  Nine Union Pacific rail cars tipped over and spilled corn and damage the track.  A Union Pacific spokesman said about 500 feet of …

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    31 Jul 14