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  • AgSweepstakes2013

    The annual KNUJ Ag Sweepstakes Banquet was held Tuesday evening in New Ulm, and the grand prize was over $6,000 in ag merchandise. This year’s winner of the Ag Sweepstakes was Guy Dammann of Sanborn. …

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    03 Apr 13
  • NewUlmAreaCareerExpo

    High school sophomores from around New Ulm will be taking part in the 6th Annual New Ulm Area Career Expo today (WED). Dozens of businesses will be showing the kids their local career possibilities during …

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    03 Apr 13
  • Firefighters

    The investigation into the cause of a Saturday night house fire in the City of Sacred Heart continues, and the State Fire Marshall’s Office is assisting the Renville County Sheriff’s Office. The fire on the …

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    02 Apr 13
  • Arson

    A Fairmont man facing arson and terroristic threats charges pleaded Not Guilty in court on Monday, and the case will now go to trial. 20-year-old Timothy Jude Brickner is accused of starting a fire in …

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    02 Apr 13
  • OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

    A Gibbon area dairy farmer who is once again facing criminal charges in connection with selling unpasteurized milk and other food products is scheduled to be in court today (TUE). 59-year-old Michael Hartmann is accused …

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    02 Apr 13
  • NUCityHall

    The New Ulm City Council is scheduled to consider a request to establish a Tax Increment Financing district during its meeting this (TUE) evening. The request comes from Martin Luther College for a 50-unit senior …

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    02 Apr 13
  • MarkSeeley

    The New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce is holding another “Hot Topics” session this Friday. New Ulm Chamber President and CEO Audra Shaneman says that the guest speaker will be State Climatologist Mark Seeley, and …

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    02 Apr 13
  • LegacyAmendment1

    A legislative fight over parks and trails money is brewing between rural and urban lawmakers. Officials from metro organizations are reportedly unhappy with how the state divides $80-million in parks and trails funding – one …

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    02 Apr 13