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  • UnitedCommercialUpholstery

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday approved a $110,000 loan to assist a Nicollet company in relocating to New Ulm. United Commercial Upholstery intends to move into the former PGI Mailers building on the …

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    18 Sep 13
  • RedCrossDisasterRelief

    The South Central Minnesota Chapter of the American Red Cross has sent several volunteers and a dozen Emergency Response Vehicles to Colorado to assist with emergency relief after record flooding. Approximately 11,750 Colorado residents have …

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    18 Sep 13
  • AppleHarvest

    It’s looking like a good year to be an apple lover in Minnesota. Apple growers say they’re looking forward to an exceptional harvest, which would be welcome news after the previous year, when spring temperature …

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    18 Sep 13
  • Harvest Moon

    This year’s Harvest Moon will reach fullness early Thursday morning. The full moon closest to the autumnal equinox is given the title “Harvest Moon” because for a few days before and after it reaches fullness, …

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    18 Sep 13
  • Highway212

    Two people were injured, one of them seriously, in a rear-end crash on Highway 212 near Plato Monday afternoon. 91-year-old Florence Becker of Hutchinson was taken to the Glencoe Hospital for treatment of serious injuries. …

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    17 Sep 13
  • Crash2

    Three people were injured in a crash about 8 miles south of Danube Monday morning. It happened at just after 8am at the intersection of Renville County Roads 1 and 4. Investigators say that a …

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    17 Sep 13
  • WalzHighway14

    Southern Minnesota Congressman Tim Walz joined local lawmakers and business leaders at stops along Highway 14 on Monday to push for the continuing 4-lane expansion of the roadway. Walz spoke in Rochester and Owatonna before …

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    17 Sep 13
  • Mankato Mayo Nurses Picketing Today

    Nurses are picketing outside the Mankato Mayo Hospital today (TUE) as a show of solidarity as contract talks continue with hospital management. RN Chad Weiler says they want to advocate for patient safety. Weiler claims …

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    17 Sep 13