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  • first annual Wurstfest

    The New Ulm American Legion will be the site of the first annual Wurstfest tonight. Entertainment starts at 4:30 with Johnny Helget followed by the “Wurst Band in the World” beginning at 6. There will …

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    10 Sep 11
  • NaturalArea1

    The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is looking for volunteers in Redwood and Brown Counties who are interested in helping harvest native seeds for use in prairie plantings. DNR area wildlife manager Jeff Zajac says …

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    10 Sep 11
  • EmployeeTheft

    A former Le Sueur man has been sentenced to more than three years in fedeeral prison on a federal embezzlement charge. Delroy Joseph Sand, Jr. was also ordered to pay nearly $650,000 in restitution to …

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    10 Sep 11
  • Burglary1

    The Renville County Sheriff’s Office has issued a Crime Alert and is seeking the public’s help in located a suspect. Arrest warrants have been issued for 37-year-old Matthew James Wrobleski, whose current address is unknown, …

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    10 Sep 11
  • Rock Bend Folk Festival This Weekend

    St. Peter will be alive with music this weekend as the 21st annual Rock Bend/Folk Festival is Saturday and Sunday at Minnesota Square Park along Highway 169. St. Peter Community Development Director Russ Willy says …

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    09 Sep 11
  • United Way Biking Brown County

    The second annual United Way Biking Brown County event is Saturday. Executive Director of the United Way of Brown County Donna Lambrecht says it all starts in Sleepy Eye with registration at 9 and the …

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    09 Sep 11
  • Lamberton Hot Iron Days

    Summer may be winding down but there is still one more community celebration this weekend. Lamberton is celebrating “Hot Iron Days” today and Saturday. Hot Iron Days celebrates Lamberton’s historic tie to blacksmithing and there …

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    09 Sep 11
  • ISD88SchoolBoard

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board voted to drop fees for band and choir to comply with state statutes during their meeting Thursday night. The fees were dropped because grades are attached for participation …

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    09 Sep 11