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  • Flu

    The Minnesota Department of Health says influenza activity continued to increase across the state over the past week. The geographic spread of the flu in Minnesota is now classified as “Local.” There were 22 influenza-related …

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    20 Dec 13
  • NUEagles

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board held a Truth In Taxation hearing Thursday evening prior to approving the district’s budget and property tax levy for 2014. The levy for District 88 residents is going …

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    20 Dec 13
  • SibleyEast2

    The Sibley East School Board held a Truth In Taxation hearing this week, and afterwards approved a property tax levy for 2014 that is a dramatic drop from this year’s levy. The Sibley East levy …

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    20 Dec 13
  • PatrickWrase

    The New Ulm Public Utilities Commission¬† appointed a new Utilities Director on Thursday. Patrick Wrase was unanimously chosen to take over as head of the PUC on January 4th. Wrase currently serves as the New …

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    20 Dec 13
  • GaylordWaterTower

    The City of Gaylord continues to search for a location for a new water tower for the community after the Sibley County Board rejected a request to purchase the city’s preferred location earlier this week. …

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    20 Dec 13
  • Unemployment

    Minnesota’s unemployment rate fell two-tenths of a percent in November to 4.6%. State labor analyst Steve Hine says seasonally-adjusted nonfarm employment fell by 800 jobs, but that small decline was offset by an upward revision …

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    20 Dec 13
  • RedKettle

    A group of anonymous donors is putting up two-million dollars to match Salvation Army donations in two states this weekend. Spokesperson Annette Bauer says that all Red Kettle donations throughout Minnesota will be doubled. Online …

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    20 Dec 13
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    20 Dec 13