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  • DaytonWomenSecurity

    New laws crafted to improve working conditions for women are now on the books in Minnesota. Governor Dayton signed the Women’s Economic Security Act at the State Capitol on Mother’s Day.  The new law requires …

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    13 May 14
  • Vote

    Residents of the Cedar Mountain School District head to the polls today (TUE) to vote on a $7.7-million Bond Referendum. If approved the bond would be used to update the district’s elementary and high school …

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    13 May 14
  • Detours

    If you plan on traveling on Highways 7 and 22 between Hutchinson and Cosmos over the next few months be prepared to encounter detours beginning this week. Crews are resurfacing the highways and making intersection …

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    13 May 14
  • Hermann

    The New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce is again sponsoring the annual Parochial and Public Schools 5th-Grade City Tour this week. Around 35 New Ulm Area Catholic Schools students will be touring New Ulm today …

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    13 May 14
  • FFA

    The New Ulm FFA’s 40th Annual Spring Ag Show which was postponed last week due to rain is taking place today (TUE). The show will be held from 9am-2pm today in the New Ulm High …

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    13 May 14
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    13 May 14
  • DavisColley

    Authorities continue to investigate the drowning of a 16-year-old Norwood Young America boy whose body was pulled from Eagle Lake late Friday night.  Carver County Sheriff’s Deputies received a call at around 7:30pm about Davis …

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    12 May 14
  • Crash

    Two residents of Le Sueur were injured in a car crash in St. Peter Saturday afternoon. 19-year-old Tifani Johnson was driving a Buick Century northbound on Highway 169 and was turning left onto Highway 22 …

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    12 May 14