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  • Dollars

    Minnesota property taxes for this year are mostly static once refunds and credits are factored in, despite a highly publicized prediction that they would drop considerably. A Department of Revenue analysis released Friday shows a …

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    01 Mar 14
  • RebeccaBergman

    The Gustavus Adolphus College Board of Trustees has elected the first female president in the 152-year history of the St. Peter school.  Rebecca Bergman will officially become the 17th Gustavus President on July 1st when …

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    01 Mar 14
  • NUEagles

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board on Thursday approved more than a quarter-million dollars worth of maintenance projects for this Summer. District 88 Superintendent Jeff Bertrang says that the $250,00 roof replacement at Jefferson …

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    01 Mar 14
  • NarrenMayor

    It’s Fasching weekend in New Ulm as the community celebrates the German Mardi Gras, and the New Ulm Narren captured the mayor Friday afternoon to kick off the festivities. The Narren read a proclamation stating …

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    01 Mar 14
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    01 Mar 14
  • Firefighters

    A resident of a 2-story apartment at Center and Front Streets in New Ulm is reportedly in critical condition after a fire broke out Thursday night. The New Ulm Fire Department responded to the call …

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    28 Feb 14
  • Fire

    Firefighters had to deal with subzero temperatures Thursday morning as they battled a house fire near Ormsby. Crews from St. James, Odin and Ormsby were called out to the fire at the Giesfeldt residence at …

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    28 Feb 14
  • Furnace

    A sudden vote has put a bill containing $20-million in emergency heating assistance on its way to Governor Dayton’s desk. The Senate voted 65-0 Thursday to send a revised measure back to the House. The …

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    28 Feb 14