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    20 Nov 13
  • FatherWilliamMarks

    The Catholic Diocese of New Ulm has been named in a lawsuit alleging sexual misconduct by now-deceased priest Father William Marks. The lawsuit filed this week alleges that Father Marks sexually abused a male minor …

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    19 Nov 13
  • MarkWetsch

    The sentencing of the bank robber known as the “Man In Black” was postponed on Monday after he filed 2 new motions in the case. 51-year-old Mark Wetsch, now known as Sheikh Bilaal Muhammad Arafat …

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    19 Nov 13
  • Stabbing

    Charges have been filed against 4 people in connection to a stabbing incident at an MSU-Mankato dormitory Friday, in what authorities are now calling a “Marijuana Deal Gone Bad.” The assault took place in MSU’s …

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    19 Nov 13
  • Judge

    A court ruling stripping a Nicollet County couple of parental rights of their malnourished child has been upheld. The state Appeals Court on Monday ruled an 8-year-old adopted boy was justifiably removed from the North …

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    19 Nov 13
  • CornRain

    The updated Drought Monitor from the National Weather Service shows that there was a slight improvement in conditions in Minnesota last week. Just under 62% of the state is experiencing at least moderate drought, while …

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    19 Nov 13
  • NUCityHall

    The New Ulm City Council is scheduled to consider a resolution this (TUE) evening to adopt the Brown County All-Hazard Mitigation Plan. The plan includes strategies and risk assessments for various hazards that could occur, …

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    19 Nov 13
  • RecyclingBins

    A new study by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency shows good and bad news about recycling in our state. Pollution Control Spokesperson Wayne Gjerde says that paper going into landfills has decreased by 9% since …

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    19 Nov 13