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  • SchoolBus

    Newly manufactured school buses transporting children to and from Minnesota schools will soon be required to have a new safety feature: crossing arms that protrude from the front bumper. A crossing arm will automatically extend …

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    26 Jul 12
  • NUMiddleSchool

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board is expected to reject all of the bids received for the purchase of the former middle school building during it’s meeting this (THU) evening. The district received a …

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    26 Jul 12
  • Springfield1

    The City of Springfield was without power for several hours on Wednesday. The power went out at around 8am, and was restored at around 2pm when the city’s generator kicked in. There had initially been …

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    26 Jul 12
  • SleepyEye

    More than 20 businesses and organizations from around the Sleepy Eye area will be taking part in the 4th annual Party In The Park today (THU). It’s taking place from 5 to 8pm at Allison …

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    26 Jul 12
  • GOP

    Republicans Mike Parry and Allen Quist are sharpening their attacks in an increasingly bitter primary fight in southern Minnesota’s 1st District. Quist called Parry “an embarrassment to the Republican Party” after Parry’s campaign focused on …

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    26 Jul 12
  • Conservation Drainage Session

    A public informational session on “Conservation Drainage” is being held this (THU) evening in the City of Sleepy Eye. Coalition For A Clean Minnesota River Executive Director Scott Sparlin says that today’s informational session will …

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    26 Jul 12
  • Meth

    A New Ulm man faces a felony drug charge after being pulled over because of a burnt-out brake light and because he was spotted swerving. The officer that stopped the Chevy Blazer driven by 20-year-old …

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    25 Jul 12
  • Judge

    A court date has now been set for a lawsuit against the City of LeSueur. A group of LeSueur citizens have asked city leaders to amend an ordinance relating to public nuisance liability, before approving …

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    25 Jul 12