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  • FoodShelf

    The New Ulm Area Food Shelf needs your help. Cream soups, peanut butter, jelly, canned fruit, jello, and pudding are among the most needed items. Residents who are in need can visit the Food Shelf …

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    27 Jan 15
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    More than 2,200 participants lost more than 5,600 pounds during the Heart of New Ulm’s “Lose it to Win It” Community Health Challenge. The challenge lasted over a year from June 2013 to November 2014. …

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    27 Jan 15
  • NUPoliceDepartment

    New Ulm Police say that 41 year old Alec Stands, the man found Thursday morning in the alley of the 500 block of North Washington Street, was probably homeless. New Ulm Police Commander Dave Borchert …

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    27 Jan 15
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    27 Jan 15
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    Four people have been arrested following a drug investigation and searches of multiple Olivia residences. The Olivia Police Department and Renville County Sheriff’s Office recently executed the search warrants at four separate residences. Law enforcement …

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    27 Jan 15
  • Wells

    A private holding company in Minneapolis recently purchased the Wells Food Processing plant in Wells. Wells Mayor Ron Gaines and residents are enthusiastic about the purchase from North Central Equity, with Gaines saying it would …

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    26 Jan 15
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    The Brown County Dairy Association crowned their princesses on Saturday at St. Paul’s Evangelical Church in New Ulm. Nicollet County also crowned their royalty. Mary Rosenhammer, Bethany Seifert, and Sabrina Porter were named Dairy Princesses …

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    26 Jan 15
  • NicolletCounty

    The Greater Nicollet Area Community Foundation reached $262, 865, topping their 2014 goal of $250,000. The non-profit, public charity was created to establish a permanent endowment fund to benefit the area. The charity now has …

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    26 Jan 15