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    The Southern Minnesota Crisis Nursery, called the Ivy House, is now open in New Ulm. The nursery is a 24-hour home the provides a temporary, safe environment for children while supporting families experiencing stressful situations. …

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    22 Jul 17
  • Redwood Hospital

    Two victims of a one-vehicle rollover accident in Redwood County fled after arriving at the Redwood Area Hospital emergency room. The state patrol says a 1996 Chevy Blazer was discovered Wednesday afternoon around 1:45 p.m. …

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    21 Jul 17
  • Franklin

    The number of childcare providers in Greater Minnesota continues to decline. Assistant Commissioner of the state Department of Human Services Jim Koppel says for the last 15 years, on average, we’ve been losing one provider …

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    21 Jul 17
  • Sleepy Eye stop light

    Motorists on Highway 14 in Sleepy Eye will no longer need to stop at two stoplights after August 7th. The traffic signal at the intersection of Highway 14 and 1st Avenue will be deactivated and …

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    21 Jul 17
  • Dairy farm

    The New Ulm Farm-City Hub Club is sponsoring a free night of family fun at the Family Night at the Dairy Farm. The event will take place Tuesday, July 27th from 5 until 8 at …

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    21 Jul 17
  • Madelia

    Madelia Community Hospital and Clinic joins 112 hospitals recognized for their preparedness to evaluate, stabilize and provide emergency treatment to patients with acute stroke symptoms. The Acute Stroke Ready Hospital designation recognizes that the Madelia …

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    21 Jul 17
  • Americans’ Issue with Entering and Exiting  By Dr. Glenn Mollette

    Americans’ Issue with Entering and Exiting By Dr. Glenn Mollette We will never figure out health care, Medicaid and most of our country’s issues until we learn how to enter and exit buildings. For years …

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    20 Jul 17
  • Severe weather

    A severe thunderstorm moved through Brown County during the early afternoon hours Wednesday. A livestock semi driven by Mark Seidl was blown over into the ditch from strong winds during a radar indicated tornado warning …

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    20 Jul 17