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  • PaulPreimesberger

    The St. Peter School Board has chosen a new principal for the district’s middle and high school. Paul Preimesberger will take over the position on July 1st when current principal Paul Peterson becomes St. Peter …

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    23 Apr 14
  • GrandHotel

    Everyone with stories and memories of the history of New Ulm is invited to a series of workshops over the next few weeks to help create a community-based theater production that will take place in …

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    23 Apr 14
  • EdgarFernandez

    A Madelia man going on trial this week for allegedly raping a 4-year-old girl is now facing another criminal sexual conduct charge for an incident with an underage girl in 2007. 29-year-old Edgar Arturo Cano-Fernandez …

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    22 Apr 14
  • ArchbishopNienstedt

    Attorneys for an alleged sexual abuse victim plan to release Archbishop John Nienstedt’s deposition today (TUE). Nienstedt testified under oath for four hours on April 2nd about the way church officials have responded to allegations …

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    22 Apr 14
  • Fire

    The Henderson Fire Department responded to a hay bale fire on Saturday. The fire started in the bed of a Dodge pickup truck driven by 59-year-old Timothy Pesek of Henderson while he was driving eastbound …

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    22 Apr 14
  • MarijuanaPlants

    A New Ulm man fighting several felony drug charges after numerous marijuana plants were allegedly discovered in his home is scheduled to be in court today (TUE). Attorneys for 33-year-old Jon Hansen II have said …

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    22 Apr 14
  • DistractedDriving2

    A total of 550 Minnesota motorists were ticketed for texting-while-driving during the 10-day distracted-driving enforcement campaign that ended Sunday.  Traffic Safety Office Director Donna Berger says those number of citations in such a short time …

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    22 Apr 14
  • TilledField

    The snow and cold in Minnesota last week continued to delay field work on farms across the state. In its weekly crop progress report, the US Department of Agriculture says it received reports of limited …

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    22 Apr 14