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  • MNCapitol

    The portraits and busts of noted Minnesota politicians as well as some framed paintings are being systematically removed from the state Capitol. It’s being done to protect them during a ramp-up in construction during the …

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    24 May 14
  • LicensePlate

    Minnesotans can soon indulge their love affair with specialty license plates even more than before. State legislators this past week introduced four more of the plates to the 200-plus already available. Many raise money for …

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    24 May 14
  • NUEagles

    New Ulm’s ISD 88 Foundation has announced the six individuals who will be inducted into the new ISD 88 Hall of Fame later this year. The Hall of Fame seeks to honor individuals who have …

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    24 May 14
  • JeffersPetroglyphs

    The Jeffers Petroglyphs Historic Site officially opened for the season this weekend with many hands-on programs, including the popular Adventures in Nature series. Offered each day at 2pm, Adventures in Nature provides visitors to the …

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    24 May 14
  • HarkinStore

    The historic Harkin Store will have Music For All Ages on Sunday with a special program from 1-4pm. The 1870s-era store is all that is left of the riverboat town of West Newton, and has …

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    24 May 14
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    24 May 14
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    Results for 5/23/14: Tomahawk East: Hanska 10 Gibbon 4, New Ulm 5 Lamberton 1, Stark 5 Sleepy Eye 3,   River Valley: Belle Plaine 13 Arlington 0, St Peter 12 Henderson 8

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    24 May 14
  • BikeHitByCar

    A 13-year-old on a bicycle was seriously injured in Gaylord Thursday night after being struck by a car. The names of those involved in the accident have not been released at this time. The State …

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    23 May 14