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  • MNLegislature

    Minnesota has the nation’s first law requiring smartphones and tablets sold in the state to have remote shut-off devices as a way to deter theft. The “Kill Switch” bill was signed Wednesday by Governor Dayton …

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    16 May 14
  • SleepyEyeCityCouncil

    The Sleepy Eye City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a more-than $584,000 bid for improvements to the first and second additions to the city’s Snow Farm development project. MR Paving and Excavating of New Ulm …

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    16 May 14
  • HanskaWelcome

    The small town of Hanska celebrates Norway’s independence from Sweeden this weekend, and the annual Syttende Mai Show is today (FRI) and Saturday at the Hanska Community Center. The theme this year is “Home Is …

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    16 May 14
  • HumanRights

    The New Ulm Human Rights Commission has announced the winners of this year´s poster and essay contests.The theme of this year was “Prejudice and stereotypes affect the way we perceive and interact with each other, …

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    16 May 14
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    It’s graduation time for high school seniors around the area, and 5 local schools have their commencements this weekend, including New Ulm Cathedral. Mountain Lake, Sleepy Eye and Springfield High Schools all have their graduation …

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    16 May 14
  • ScottSchaible

    An Eagle Lake businessman facing numerous felony charges after authorities raided his home last year has pleaded guilty to several charges. American Barnwood co-owner Scott Michael Schaible had been charged with possession of drugs and …

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    14 May 14
  • TrevorShelley

    Former MSU football player Isaac Kolstad remains in critical condition following an attack early Sunday in the bar district in downtown Mankato, and a second suspect in his assault has now been taken into custody. …

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    14 May 14
  • Vote2

    Residents of the Cedar Mountain School District overwhelmingly approved a $7.7-million Bond Referendum on Tuesday. The new funding will be used to update the district’s facilities in Morgan and Franklin, and Cedar Mountain Superintendent Bob …

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    14 May 14