Minnesota News
  • Court

    The Minnesota Supreme Court has set oral arguments for July 17th on a petition to remove a constitutional amendment from the November ballot that would require voters to present photo IDs at the polls. The …

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    07 Jun 12
  • JoelBoehlke1

    A race has developed for the Ward 1 New Ulm City Council seat currently held by Ruth Ann Webster. Joel Boehlke filed for the seat on Tuesday. The New Ulm High School graduate has a …

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    07 Jun 12
  • CriminalSex

    A 24-year-old New Ulm man has been charged with criminal sexual conduct for an alleged sexual encounter with a 14-year-old girl. Cody Richard Robinson was charged with the felony 3rd-degree criminal sexual conduct count on …

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    07 Jun 12
  • Vote

    There was a flood of last-minute filers for public office this week as Tuesday’s deadline to file approached. St. Peter State Representative, Democrat Terry Morrow now has an opponent for the November election after rural …

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    06 Jun 12
  • Chammy

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday voted to let a horse stay at it’s home in the city, for now, but City Attorney Hugh Nierengarten informed the council that city code will need to …

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    06 Jun 12
  • SibleyEast

    The superintendent of the Sibley East School District has been offered another job. Stephen Jones has been offered the superintendent position with the Little Falls School District. He would replace Little Falls Superintendent Curt Tryggestad, …

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    06 Jun 12
  • RobertReinhart1

    A New Ulm man accused of embezzling around $100,000 in funds from 2 Brown County organizations made his initial appearance in court on Tuesday. 59-year-old Robert James Reinhart is accused of taking approximately $92,000 from …

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    06 Jun 12
  • 4H

    The Martin County 4H coordinator submitted her resignation on Tuesday. Rachael Janssen served in the position for 2 years. She is leaving Martin County to continue working toward her master’s degree in clinical psychology in …

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    06 Jun 12