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  • NUCityCouncil

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday moved forward with the proposed construction of a permanent flood levee along the Minnesota River. The Council approved a Flood Hazard Mitigation Grant Agreement with the State of …

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    19 Oct 11
  • Temperature

    On this chilly Minnesota morning, think back to this same day eleven years ago. The state was in the midst of the warmest October in state history as many cities saw temperatures in the 80′s. …

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    19 Oct 11
  • Fatal

    A Hanska man was hit by a truck and killed on Highway 15 near New Ulm Tuesday morning. It happened at approximately 9:15am near the intersection with Highway 68 just south of New Ulm. 65-year-old …

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    18 Oct 11
  • Burglars

    A 24-year-old Le Sueur man has pleaded guilty to 3rd-degree burglary for his role in a string of crimes in Sibley County earlier this year. Dustin Patrick Reinhart was part of a group accused of …

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    18 Oct 11
  • MissingPerson

    Authorities have identified the body found in a Renville County cornfield on Saturday as that of 56-year-old Robert J. Verdon of Cosmos. The body was discovered by a farmer harvesting corn in a field northeast …

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    18 Oct 11
  • SemiRollover

    A St. Peter man was injured Monday afternoon when his semi-truck rolled on Highway 60 west of Lake Crystal. It happened at just before 12:30pm near Blue Earth County Road 30, about halfway between Lake …

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    18 Oct 11
  • Stamps

    A Prior Lake man has pleaded guilty in federal court to manufacturing counterfeit postage meter stamps. 31-year-old Andre Mehilove admitted that over about a three-year period he used his personal computer and printer to make …

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    18 Oct 11
  • WhoopingCrane

    The Department of Natural Resources is reporting rare sightings of whooping cranes in Rice and Le Sueur counties. Local DNR Informational Officer Scott Roemhildt says the birds likely came from a Wisconsin flock of whooping …

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    18 Oct 11