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  • Crops-Soybeans

    Soybean maturity has advanced rapidly in Minnesota over the past week, but still lags behind the normal pace. The US Department of Agriculture says that 40% of Minnesota’s soybean crop has reached maturity. That compares …

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    01 Oct 13
  • Gustavus

    St. Peter’s Gustavus Adolphus College is hosting eight world-class scientists this week for the 49th annual Nobel Conference. This year’s conference is titled “The Universe At Its Limits” and will feature 3 Nobel Laureates in …

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    01 Oct 13
  • Dollars

    The end of the latest fiscal year for the City of New Ulm has shown that a record amount of money in lodging taxes was collected in the community this past year. The New Ulm …

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    01 Oct 13
  • NUHomecomingRoyalty2013

    Another week of High School Homecomings continues around the local area, and New Ulm High School crowned it’s Homecoming Royalty Monday evening. The New Ulm Homecoming Queen is Katelyn Forst and the Homecoming King is …

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    01 Oct 13
  • FatalCrash

    Authorities continue to investigate a deadly crash in the Le Sueur County community of Montgomery Friday night that left 4 people dead, including an 11-year-old girl. The State Patrol says that 22-year-old Jeffery Miller of …

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    30 Sep 13
  • JustinTollefson

    A 34-year-old New Ulm man has been accused of having sex with a teenage girl. Justin Dennis Tollefson has been charged with 3rd-degree criminal sexual conduct as well as knowingly permitting a child to ingest …

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    30 Sep 13
  • USCapitol

    The current extension of the Farm Bill expires at midnight tonight (MON), but it’s on the back burner as Congress deals with a possible federal government shutdown due to lack of a budget deal. The …

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    30 Sep 13
  • Mosquito

    Mosquito populations in Minnesota are on the decline this fall, including the ones that transmit the West Nile virus. The peak risk period usually runs from mid-July to mid-September. The state Health Department’s Dave Neitzel …

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    30 Sep 13