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  • BigTreeContest

    The New Ulm Park and Rec Department announced the winner of the 5th annual Big Tree Contest on Friday as part of the city’s Arbor Day celebration. The contest asks residents to find the biggest …

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    27 Apr 13
  • ShakopeeExplosion

    An explosion at en energy plant in Shakopee on Thursday rattled windows, shook buildings, and prompted evacuations, but nobody was hurt. Koda Energy and Rahr Malting operate in a joint venture just south of the …

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    26 Apr 13
  • TimothyHuber

    The jury has been selected in the first-degree murder trial of Timothy John Huber in Kandiyohi County Court. The jurors were selected by Tuesday afternoon, and the attorneys in the case were giving their opening …

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    26 Apr 13
  • MobileHomeFire

    Authorities continue to investigate a suspected arson that took place in the City of Olivia last week, but there are no suspects at this time. The fire last Monday destroyed the mobile home owned by …

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    26 Apr 13
  • SurveillanceCameraFootage

    A New Ulm man accused of hiding a video camera in a women’s shower at a Nicollet County hog farm has pleaded guilty to gross misdemeanor interfering with privacy. 53-year-old William Craig Rolloff admitted to …

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    26 Apr 13
  • Flu

    Minnesota health officials are reporting four more influenza-related deaths over the past week. That brings the state’s death toll from the flu to 194 since the season started in October. The number of people hospitalized …

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    26 Apr 13
  • NUEagles

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board appointed a new school board member Thursday evening. Jill Hulke resigned from the board after learning that her home is outside the District 88 boundaries. A total of …

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    26 Apr 13
  • MNLegislature

    Democrats in the Minnesota Senate passed a nearly $16-billion K-12 education funding bill Thursday night over Republicans’ objections that it relaxes student testing standards and postpones a new teacher evaluation program. Lino Lakes Republican Roger …

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    26 Apr 13