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  • ArchdioceseStPaulMinneapolis

    The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has released the names of nine more priests it says were “credibly accused” of sexual abuse of a minor. Monday’s announcement follows its earlier disclosure of 30 such …

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    18 Feb 14
  • NUCityHall

    The New Ulm City Council will be re-visiting the issue of noise complaints concerning New Ulm Steel and Recycling during its meeting this (TUE) evening. At least four explosions have occurred at the facility since …

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    18 Feb 14
  • BrownCountyCourthouse

    The Brown County Board today (TUE) is scheduled to consider a resolution for the county to cover the maintenance and electricity costs of putting a street light at the intersection of Highway 68 and Brown …

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    18 Feb 14
  • FFA

    The New Ulm FFA chapter held it’s 78th annual awards ceremony Monday night. Receiving the Chapter Star Farmer award was Megan Struss, the Chapter Star in Placement went to Austin Brandes, Chapter Star Greenhand was …

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    18 Feb 14
  • Dollars

    As many as 100,000 Minnesota State Grant recipients could see increases in their grant awards next fall. That’s based on new projections from the Minnesota Office of Higher Education, which says that revised college enrollment …

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    18 Feb 14
  • HanskaWelcome

    It’s Hanska Day today (TUE) on KNUJ as our 2014 Town Days Tour continues. Julie Schmitt is broadcasting from Caffe Stua in Hanska this morning as we celebrate the community. Julie’s guests include Hanska City …

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    18 Feb 14
  • Snowstorm

    The City of New Ulm has declared a Downtown Snow Emergency effective starting at 1:30am Tuesday until snow removal is complete. Residents are asked to avoid parking their vehicles in the Downtown Snow Emergency designated …

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    17 Feb 14
  • Close-up of fresh snow on a windshield.

    Snow was falling for much of the morning across southern Minnesota, but Meteorologist Sam Dunaiski was expecting it to end after a couple of inches. He says around 2-4 inches was possible, with highs in …

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    17 Feb 14