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  • Meth

    A New Ulm man faces multiple felony charges in Brown County Court for allegedly selling methamphetamine out of his home. 31-year-old Ronnie Lee James Bottenfield Krueth is accused of selling several hundred dollars worth of …

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    25 Apr 13
  • Burglar1

    A 19-year-old Mankato woman accused of helping a group of juveniles break into the Sleepy Eye Dairy Queen last year now faces new charges in Brown County Court for a burglary at a Sleepy Eye …

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    25 Apr 13
  • Facebook

    The Redwood Falls Police Department has received numerous complaints of harassment, defamation, and cyber-bullying over the past week. The complaints involve a Facebook page which allowed people to send posts to the page administrator who …

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    25 Apr 13
  • Dollars

    What’s being called the “largest tax increase in 30 years” was approved by the DFL-controlled Minnesota House Wednesday night. Every Republican representative in the state voted against the measure, including local representative Paul Torkelson. Democrats …

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    25 Apr 13
  • NUMiddleSchool

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board is expected to appoint a new school board member this (THU) evening. The new appointee will fill the vacated seat of Jill Hulke, who resigned recently after learning …

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    25 Apr 13
  • NUEagles

    The District 88 Employee Recognition Banquet was held Wednesday evening in New Ulm. The annual event recognizes a District 88 employee from each school campus. Jefferson Elementary School’s employee of the year was Guidance Counselor …

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    25 Apr 13
  • NUMC

    The jury trial for a wrongful death lawsuit against the New Ulm Medical Center got underway on Monday in Brown County Court. The suit was filed by Karen Buls of Cresco, Iowa, following the death …

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    24 Apr 13
  • WinterCrash

    The latest snowstorm that hit the area this week led to hazardous driving conditions and numerous accidents. The State Patrol says that over a 24-hour period from 10am Monday to 10am Tuesday, a total of …

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    24 Apr 13