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  • Dollars

    Anonymous “layoff angels” came to New Ulm this holiday season. K-Mart stores across the country have been reporting anonymous donors paying off people’s layaway accounts in recent weeks, and it happened in New Ulm too. …

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    26 Dec 11
  • GOP

    Minnesota’s Republican Party is finding out this week how much in debt it is, and who two new key leaders will be. The party might be more than a million dollars in debt, part of …

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    26 Dec 11
  • SafeandSober

    The holiday season drunk driving crackdown continues across Minnesota. More than 400 law enforcement agencies are taking part in the Safe and Sober effort, including numerous local sheriff’s offices and police departments. There were nearly …

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    23 Dec 11
  • Arson

    A Lafayette teen who started a fire in a barn in rural Nicollet this past June was ordered to pay over $22,000 in restitution this week in Nicollet County Court. 17-year-old Skylar Robert Reed pleaded …

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    23 Dec 11
  • Fatal

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation has paid a $30,000 penalty for serious safety violations in the death of a local-area worker clearing floodwaters last spring. 39-year-old Michael Struck, of Cleveland died March 22nd when he …

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    23 Dec 11
  • BankRobbery

    The man who robbed the Wells Fargo Bank in Saint Peter at gunpoint Thursday morning remains at large, and the FBI is now following up on leads that could link the suspect to bank robberies …

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    23 Dec 11
  • 2011StaffPic

    Merry Christmas & Happy New Year From KNUJYour Friend In Southern Minnesota!

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    23 Dec 11
  • StPeterStateHospital

    The state Human Services Department has released a report uncovering abuses of mentally-ill patients at the state security hospital in St. Peter. The report cites staff abuses of two patients, included isolating them for extended …

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    23 Dec 11