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  • CourtlandSign

    It’s Courtland Day today (WED) on KNUJ as the 2014 Town Days Tour continues. Tom Wheeler is broadcasting from the Courtland Mart this morning. His guests include Courtland City Clerk Julie Holm, Mayor Al Poehler, …

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    29 Jan 14
  • Snowstorm

    A 55-year-old Stewart man was found dead Monday morning after getting his vehicle stuck south of Stewart Sunday night. The man’s name has not been released at this time, but authorities say he hadn’t been …

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    28 Jan 14
  • CarbonMonoxide

    Three people were hospitalized for carbon monoxide poisoning in New Ulm Monday morning. The New Ulm Police Department was called out to the residence at 1018 North Broadway for possible exposure to the deadly gas …

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    28 Jan 14
  • ComputerCrime

    A New Ulm man facing multiple felony charges after child pornography was allegedly found on his computer is scheduled to make an appearance in court today (TUE). The Minneapolis Police Department used an Undercover Investigative …

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    28 Jan 14
  • EstebanChavezCruz

    A Heron Lake man is in jail facing multiple felonies after a major drug raid at his home on Friday. Authorities searched the home of 51-year-old Esteban Chavez-Cruz and allegedly found 4 pounds of methamphetamine, …

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    28 Jan 14
  • DaytonDisapproves

    Governor Dayton has issued an emergency order to help stranded motorists caught in Minnesota’s cold wave. Dayton declared a state of emergency Monday. He called on Minnesota’s adjutant general to activate any military personnel needed …

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    28 Jan 14
  • CreditCardSwipe

    Michaels Inc, a popular art-and-craft store chain, is warning customers of a possible data breach similar to the one that plagued Target over the holidays.  Michaels CEO Chuck Rubin says they are working closely with …

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    28 Jan 14
  • USCapitol

    US House and Senate negotiators say they’ve reached agreement on a new five-year Farm Bill. The bill reportedly would cut funding for food stamps about 1% per year, or about $800-million.  That’s more than the …

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    28 Jan 14