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  • FEMAGrant

    Last month Sibley County was approved for funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for repairs to Rush River Park. FEMA awarded $80,000 to haul black dirt to flooded areas, repair and replace picnic tables, …

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    08 May 15
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    A New Ulm Cathedral student will be headed to a premier science fair next week. Cathedral High School senior Ellen Roufs will head to the Pittsburgh Intel ISEF science fair with her project entitled “Reducing …

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    08 May 15
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    08 May 15
  • Moriah Zwart

    Authorities believe a body recovered in the Minnesota River could be a missing Le Sueur woman. The body was found Wednesday afternoon a couple miles north of where Morah Zwart was last seen. The 20-year-old …

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    07 May 15
  • Arson

    St. James Police have arrested one person in connection to five separate arson fires in St. James Saturday. Eighteen-year-old Alex Luna was arrested Tuesday for tampering with a motor vehicle, fleeing a peace officer and …

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    07 May 15
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    A Cosmos man has died from injuries he sustained in a farm accident Monday evening south of Cosmos. Meeker County authorities say 49-year-old Scott Knacke became trapped in piece of machinery. He was airlifted to …

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    07 May 15
  • New Ulm Public Schools

    New Ulm Public Schools awarded contracts Wednesday for the first round of construction on the new high school. Nine contracts totaling over $11 million dollars were awarded to companies for concrete, metal fabrications, elevators and …

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    07 May 15
  • Paul Torkelson

    Governor Mark Dayton continues pushing for buffer zones around Minnesota’s lakes and rivers to reduce runoff, despite reluctance from some farm groups. Republican Representative Paul Torkelson of Hanska says while something needs to be done, …

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    07 May 15