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  • NewbornBlood

    Minnesota health officials have regained the ability to indefinitely retain blood samples from newborn babies unless a parent refuses permission. Governor Dayton on Tuesday signed the bill lawmakers approved last week. The issue has divided …

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    07 May 14
  • Thunderstorm

    Thunderstorms moved through parts of south-central Minnesota early this (WED) morning, with some locations seeing some hail also. Meteorologist Mike Griesinger says that it should be a quiet day of weather now, but the thunderstorm …

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    07 May 14
  • NUCityCouncil2013

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday agreed to allow New Ulm Steel and Recycling to build a 12-foot fence around part of its facility. Councilor Ruth Ann Webster said that certain conditions will be …

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    07 May 14
  • CedarMtHighSchool

    Residents of the Cedar Mountain School District will be heading to the polls in just under a week to vote on a $7.7-million Bond Referendum. If approved the bond would be used to update the …

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    07 May 14
  • SALVolunteerOTY

    The New Ulm Sons of the American Legion honored Jess Roiger as their Volunteer of the Year for 2014 for his many years of assistance with their annual Halloween Community Treat Night.  They  also recognized …

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    07 May 14
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    07 May 14
  • CrossroadsCareCenter

    Authorities have determined that the deaths of an elderly couple at a care center in southwestern Minnesota are a murder-suicide. Investigators say 86-year-old Doris Droust was found with a gunshot wound to the head in …

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    06 May 14
  • JosephConklin

    A Winnebago man facing an attempted murder charge for allegedly trying to strangle and stab a woman during a drunken argument pleaded guilty to 2nd-degree assault on Monday. 47-year-old Joseph Dean Conklin had also allegedly …

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    06 May 14