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  • Ambulance

    A Lafayette man was hospitalized Tuesday afternoon after driving off the road on Highway 15. Twenty-four-year-old Brett LeBrun was driving a Chevy Impala southbound on 15 when he ran off the road and into the …

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    02 Oct 13
  • dv563013

    A New Ulm man has been charged with felony theft in Brown County Court for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars in cash and electronics from his former roommate. 22-year-old Tyler Patrick Happke is accused of …

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    02 Oct 13
  • USGovernmentShutdown

    Minnesota government officials have activated a special contingency team to assess the potential impact of the federal government’s partial shutdown. Minnesota Management and Budget Commissioner Jim Schowalter took the step Tuesday. He says it’s too …

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    02 Oct 13
  • NUCityCouncil2

    The New Ulm City Council spent a good amount of time Tuesday evening discussing the penalties for liquor license violations. The debate centered around whether to increase the fines for establishments caught selling alcohol to …

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    02 Oct 13
  • SchoolStudents

    Newly released ratings are giving Minnesota school officials a sense of optimism. The state released its Multiple Measurement Ratings on Tuesday.  Nearly 560 schools increased their test scores by at least ten percentage points over …

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    02 Oct 13
  • Judge

    A Danube man has been sentenced to 5 years of supervised probation and time served in jail for the financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult in Springfield. 65-year-old Terrance John Rickers pleaded guilty to the …

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    01 Oct 13
  • USCapitol

    The partial federal government shutdown now underway means that around 18,000 federal employees that work and live in Minnesota will be furloughed without pay. Federal courts will operate as usual for at least another 10 …

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    01 Oct 13
  • MNsure

    Minnesota’s online health insurance exchange will reportedly be available to consumers as planned today (TUE), but not until sometime in the afternoon. MNsure officials want to make sure the system connects properly with federal computer …

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    01 Oct 13