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  • Wind turbine

    A represenative from the wind industry and Xcel Energy recently presented a $2 million dollar check to a Mower County representative. The check represents the largest wind energy production tax payment made to any county …

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    26 Jun 17
  • Military recognition

    Thrivent Financial is sponsoring a non-profit organization community meet-and-greet Wednesday as a way for community members to learn more about and sign up for volunteer opportunities. Thrivent’s Amy Pearson says a feature of that night …

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    26 Jun 17
  • German Park Concert Series

    The summer concerts in German Park continue tonight with an Americana band out of Mankato called Bee Balm Fields. The music begins at 7 p.m. tonight and refreshments will be served. The New Ulm Puppet …

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    26 Jun 17
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    26 Jun 17
  • Police line

    The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that Andrew Dikken cannot withdraw his 2014 guilty plea to first-degree premeditated murder in the deaths of two Granite Falls people. Thirty-one-year-old Dikken is serving a life sentence without …

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    24 Jun 17
  • criminal charges

    The Mankato man who stole a police vehicle and led police on a pursuit with the stolen vehicle told authorities he wasn’t going back to prison after Daniel Eugene Zuehlke was arrested for an outstanding …

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    24 Jun 17
  • drunk driving

    A Henderson man is in jail for violating his terms of probation for a fatal drunk driving crash in September of 2014. The stayed 4-year-prison sentence for 23-year-old Joshua James Krueger was revoked during a …

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    24 Jun 17
  • Road construction

    Motorists are advised that as early as July 5th, Highway 14 from Sleepy Eye to Springfield will be detoured for a concrete resurfacing project. The detour is expected to remain in place until completion in …

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    24 Jun 17