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  • BreakIn

    A 20-year-old New Ulm man faces a felony theft of a motor vehicle charge after allegedly stealing a parked car that was left running in Mankato over the weekend. The 1999 Jeep was stolen from …

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    07 Feb 12
  • Cuffs

    A 23-year-old Nicollet man faces a gross misdemeanor theft charge for allegedly stealing around $800 worth of mobile home equipment. Damien Lee Childers Baker and another man had been staying in a shed on a …

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    07 Feb 12
  • JNS.PackageFood3

    MR Paving and Excavating recently donated $8,000 to the New Ulm Kids Against Hunger chapter. A total of 71 MR Paving employees then packed nearly 33,000 meals at the Hope and Healing Center in New …

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    07 Feb 12
  • New Region 9 Executive Director

    The Region Nine Development Commission will be getting a new executive director this week. Nicole Griensewic was offered the executive director position by the Region Nine Board of Directors last Thursday, and she accepted. Griensewic’s …

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    07 Feb 12
  • Sleepy Eye Fishing Derby and results

    Hundreds of people turned out Sunday on Sleepy Eye Lake for the Sleepy Eye Sportsmen’s Club’s annual fishing derby. Many prizes were given away including an Ice Castle Fish House, valued at over $8000. Winner …

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    06 Feb 12
  • Highway 169 Rollover Accident

    A Golden Valley man is in critical condition following a rollover accident on Highway 169 in Nicollet County Thursday night. It happened at about 9:15pm near the border with Le Sueur County. 56-year-old Darrell Davis …

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    03 Feb 12
  • EskimoDay20121

    The 42nd annual Eskimo Day Celebration takes place this Saturday in the City of Henderson. Eskimo Day kicks off with hot pork sandwiches at the Henderson Fire Hall from 11am to 4pm. Herb Krentz will …

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    03 Feb 12
  • Flu

    Flu activity remains low around the state. Only six people were hospitalized with the flu and no deaths were reported over the course of the latest reporting week. The state Health Department says only two …

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    03 Feb 12