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  • Thrivent

    Thrivent Financial for Lutherans is not just for Lutherans anymore. The company is dropping its Lutheran requirement and opening its banking, investment and insurance services to all Christians. The not-for-profit confirmed Thursday that 72% of the nearly …

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    07 Jun 13
  • NUACT

    New Ulm Actors Community Theatre is presenting the play “The Front Page” this weekend, a classic comedy set in 1928 Chicago. NUACT Executive Director Paul Warshauer says that it’s a fast-paced comedy/love story about the …

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    07 Jun 13
  • Fire

    The New Ulm Fire Department was called back out to a house on South Minnesota Street this (THU) morning after a fire that broke out Wednesday night apparently reignited. New Ulm firefighters had extinguished the …

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    06 Jun 13
  • Munt

    The Minnesota Supreme Court has denied the appeal of a former Mankato man in prison for killing his estranged wife. Joel Marvin Munt was convicted of killing Svetlana Munt in Mankato’s Rasmussen Woods Park in …

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    06 Jun 13
  • DavidNelson

    A Mankato man is accused of making terroristic threats against a police officer. Authorities say that the incident occurred near the Mankato Public Safety Center Friday night. A police officer allegedly saw 50-year-old David Marshall …

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    06 Jun 13
  • SibleyCounty

    The Sibley County Board has accepted the resignation of Sibley County Engineer and Public Works Director Darin Mielke. He has served in the position for the past 8 years, and his resignation will be effective …

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    06 Jun 13
  • GayMarriageLicense

    Same-sex couples can now apply for Minnesota marriage licenses in some counties under the state’s new law allowing gay marriage. The new, gender-neutral license applications are available as of this (THU) morning in a few …

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    06 Jun 13
  • Cows

    Thousands of dairy farmers in Minnesota have an expensive problem. They’ve lost nearly 2-million acres of alfalfa to the long, icy winter. The protein-rich alfalfa is an important source of feed for their cows, and …

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    06 Jun 13