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  • New Ulm Rotary

    The 50th annual New Ulm Rotary Scholars Recognition banquet is less than two weeks away. This banquet recognizes the academic to 15 percent of the graduating classes for all three New Ulm High Schools. During …

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    14 Mar 17
  • Watonwan County

    The Watonwan County Land Management, the Soil Water Conservation District together with the Farm Service Agency and Natural Resources Conservation Service is hosting an informational buffer meeting Tuesday, March 21. The meeting was originally scheduled …

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    14 Mar 17
  • Patriots Pen

    Glencoe Silver Lake student Nick Schmidt and Teagan Hansch are the winners at the local level for the 2017 Patriot’s Pen competition. The competition is sponsored by the Glencoe VFW and Ladies Auxiliary. The America …

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    14 Mar 17
  • Influenza

    The seasonal flu continues to circulate around the state. Officials are reporting the second pediatric flu-related death this season. Over the last reporting week, 57 people were hospitalized compared to 270 the week before. There …

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    13 Mar 17
  • Gary Tilander

    The search continues for a missing teenager from International Falls. Thirteen-year-old Gary Tilander was last seen in Bemidji on February 22nd around 8:30 a.m. Gary is six-foot one, 160 pounds, has sandy blond hair and …

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    13 Mar 17
  • River Valley Transit

    Two months into the newly organized Minnesota River Valley Transit system with partnering cities of St. Peter and Le Sueur it seems to be coming together nicely. Members of the joint powers board received encouraging …

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    13 Mar 17
  • Arlingtonw

    The Arlington City Council unanimously approved recently to contract police staffing with Gaylord. The reason for the decision is that the Arlington Police Department  has been short staffed since the resignation of the Chief of …

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    11 Mar 17
  • Legislative session

    A newly formed citizen’s committee voted Friday to increase annual pay for Minnesota legislators. The Legislative Salary Council’s vote increases lawmaker pay to $45,000 beginning in July. The pay raise puts Minnesota legislators as the …

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    11 Mar 17