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  • Drought

    A chilly and wet spring followed by a relatively cool summer has erased the drought across most of the state, except for lingering dryness in far northwestern and north-central Minnesota. But State Climatologist Greg Spoden …

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    14 Aug 13
  • Crops

    Minnesota farmers are expected to harvest their second-largest corn crop in state history this year. According to this week’s projections from the US Department of Agriculture, Minnesota’s corn and soybean crops are expected to be …

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    14 Aug 13
  • NUACS

    New Ulm Cathedral High School Principal Peter Roufs has submitted his resignation, effective as of this Friday. Roufs says that he is grateful for the support received from administration, faculty, staff, parents and students. The …

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    14 Aug 13
  • Vikings stadium 2

    A sports panel has delayed the final approval of contracts for the Minnesota Vikings’ new stadium until it can review litigation involving team owner Zygi Wilf and his family. The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority had …

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    14 Aug 13
  • Highway169Sign

    The St. Peter City Council approved upcoming changes to intersections along Highway 169 following a public hearing Monday night. Several intersections along 169 in the community will be altered next year in an effort to …

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    14 Aug 13
  • CleoErickson

    KNUJ’s Hometown Hero for the month of August is Cleo Erickson of St. James. The St. James native has been involved with the Watonwan County Relay For Life since it began 16 years ago. She …

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    14 Aug 13
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    14 Aug 13
  • LilaWarwickMurderSuspects

    There was a court appearance in Willmar on Monday for one of the teens accused in the July 29th murder of 79-year-old Lila Warwick. Sixteen-year-old Devon Jenkins is charged as a juvenile with two counts …

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    13 Aug 13