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  • sports-podcast

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    20 Mar 18
  • cougar sighting

    A cougar sighting has been reported by an eyewitness in the New Ulm area. The Department of Natural Resources has not yet confirmed the animal is a cougar, but there have been trail camera sightings …

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    20 Mar 18
  • tobacco age law

    The North Mankato City Council has agreed to keep its policy to raise the age of tobacco purchase to 21. The council decided to amend the ordinance to go into effect January 1, 2019. Originally …

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    20 Mar 18
  • Gustavus Adolphus College

    Following the renovation of a 70-year-old building on the campus of Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter the college has been awarded the LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. The certification is …

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    20 Mar 18
  • Ag day parade

    Due to today’s (Tuesday) weather, the Farm City Hub Club and the New Ulm FFA will be postponing the Ag Day Parade until Thursday at 10:30 a.m. The parade will travel south down Minnesota Street …

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    20 Mar 18
  • ExCELL award

    The Minnesota State High School League honored the state’s top students leaders with the ExCEL award during the ceremonies at the Girls Basketball Tournament. ExCEL stands for excellence in community, education and leadership and is …

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    20 Mar 18
  • Tim Orth Memorial Foundation – Wabasso

    The Tim Orth Memorial Foundation All Jamboree Basketball Games will be Friday night in Wabasso at the Wabasso Community Center. Senior Athletes from the Red Rock Central and Tomahawk Conference will get together to help …

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    19 Mar 18
  • Road construction

    As the snow melts, talk turned to road construction Friday at a Hot Topics meeting sponsored by the New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce. Minnesota Department of Transportation Supervisor Todd Kjolstad says road construction in …

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    19 Mar 18