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  • ElectricMeter

    One of Minnesota’s largest energy companies is asking the state to approve what would be its largest-ever rate hike in Minnesota. CenterPoint Energy’s plan aims to reduce large spikes in residential energy bills during winter …

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    05 Aug 13
  • AlDeKruif

    Former Senator Al DeKruif of Madison Lake has announced that he is withdrawing from the Republican race to challenge Southern Minnesota Congressman Tim Walz next year. DeKruif says he believes Republicans have a very strong …

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    05 Aug 13
  • ConcertInThePark

    The Monday Night Concerts in the Park continue this (MON) evening in New Ulm with a free show by the Sleepy Eye Area Concertina Club. They”ll be entertaining the crowd in New Ulm’s German Park …

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    05 Aug 13
  • TrentonStreator

    The Worthington Police Department has issued a statewide crime alert in asking for the public’s help in locating a missing man. 22-year-old Trenton Allen Streator was last seen at his apartment in Worthington Thursday afternoon, …

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    03 Aug 13
  • SibleyCountyRoyalty2013

    The Sibley County Fair is underway in the City of Arlington, and new Sibley County Royalty was crowned earlier this week to kick off the fair. The new Queen of Sibley County is Briana Williams …

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    03 Aug 13
  • NULibrary

    The New Ulm Art and Collections Advisory Board has announced that a display titled “Presidents, Vice-Presidents, and Sons of Presidents” featuring items from the Fred Johnson Collection will be available for viewing at the New …

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    03 Aug 13
  • Cocaine

    Thousands of dollars in cash and more than two ounces of cocaine, as well as several firearms were seized in a drug raid in Blue Earth County this week. A confidential informant was used by …

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    02 Aug 13
  • Haying

    The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is offering emergency haying for livestock producers because of a hay shortage. State wildlife managers have identified 922 acres on 43 wildlife management areas where emergency haying would benefit …

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    02 Aug 13