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  • FloodLevee

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday discussed how the city will pay for it’s share of a proposed flood levee along the Minnesota River. Half of the $2-million cost of the levee is being …

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    08 Feb 12
  • Rodenberg1

    Judge John Rodenberg served his last day on the bench in Brown County on Tuesday. Rodenberg was one of two judges named to the Minnesota Court of Appeals by Governor Dayton late last year to …

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    08 Feb 12
  • Franken On Post Office Closings

    Senator Al Franken is introducing legislation to make courthouses more secure. The Minnesota Democrat says the Local Courthouse Safety Act would provide courts with access to security training and give states authority to use existing …

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    08 Feb 12
  • habitat for humanity

    The Minnesota Valley Chapter of Habitat For Humanity is currently accepting applications for families in need of housing in the New Ulm area. Plans are underway to begin designing the 9th Habitat For Humanity home …

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    08 Feb 12
  • ServingOurTroops

    New Ulm’s August Schell Brewing Company is gearing up for their latest “Serving Our Troops” project. On February 25th Schell’s will be embarking on their 9th such project since 2004. They’ll be serving more than …

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    08 Feb 12
  • SleepyEye

    The Sleepy Eye Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting takes place this Thursday at the Eagles Orchid Inn. The theme of the annual meeting and party this year is “Groovin’ With The Chamber.” Those attending …

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    08 Feb 12
  • Stabbing

    Authorities continue to investigate a stabbing near Jackpot Junction Casino early Tuesday in which 5 people were injured. The incident happened at approximately 1:30am at a home on Jackpot Avenue near the casino. A total …

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    08 Feb 12
  • Vote

    Precinct caucuses will be held across Minnesota tonight (TUE), and a lot of attention will be focused on the Republican presidential contenders.  Mitt Romney won the Minnesota caucuses in 2008 as the conservative alternative to …

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    07 Feb 12