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  • City Council to consider paying for heating

    The New Ulm City Council will be considering a resolution for the drafting and signing of a lease amendment that would require the city to pay for winter heating of the Riverside Park building and …

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    21 Nov 17
  • Police line

    A Waconia man is in stable condition after being stabbed by his wife Saturday afternoon.  The Carver County Sheriff’s Department says the stabbing occurred in the 200 block of Birch Street South.  Authorities found Michael …

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    21 Nov 17
  • Police lights

    Four teenagers are facing felony charges in an alleged assault at a party in which a teenage boy was knocked unconscious.  18-year-old Wyatt Tungland of Frost was charged with assault and aiding and abetting assault …

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    21 Nov 17
  • poaching2

    Conservation officers are seeking information leading to the arrest in two incidents where deer were illegally taken. According to the Department of Natural Resources, both cases involved shooting deer on private property after shooting hours. …

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    20 Nov 17
  • North Mankato library

    The Taylor Library in North Mankato has a new director in place. The library board of directors approved Katie Heintz as the libraries executive director last week. Heintz had served as the library’s interim director …

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    20 Nov 17
  • Legion of Honor award

    A World War II veteran from Hutchinson received a special honor Saturday. Elvin “Speedy Homan” fought on the beaches of Normandy France on D-Day in 1944. He was captured by German soldiers and spent months …

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    20 Nov 17
  • Farm_Bureau

    Friday evening during a banquet, the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation recognized people who have given of their time and talents to agriculture. The Ag Communicator of the Year was presented to Jim Bargles of KNUJ …

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    20 Nov 17
  • Sleepy Eye_Holiday_Kickoff

    The Sleepy Eye Lights in Motion committee and volunteers have been busy preparing a light display at Sportmen’s Park for the upcoming holiday season. They will host their kick-off Thanksgiving evening. Free horse and carriage …

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    20 Nov 17