News
  • Deputy sued in Kasota killing

    A federal wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against a Le Sueur County sheriff’s deputy who shot a man to death outside a Kasota apartment building in 2009. The lawsuit was filed by Mark Heilman, …

    Keep Reading >>

    28 Sep 11
  • BavarianBlast

    The Alex Meixner Band returned to New Ulm Tuesday night to play a fundraiser for Bavarian Blast at the Holiday Inn. About 170 people attended and over $7000 was raised. The pre-Oktoberfest show was organized …

    Keep Reading >>

    28 Sep 11
  • Berg Hotel/Gaylord Park Get National Register Nominations

    The Minnesota Historical Society State Review Board will consider a couple of area sites among twelve nominations to the National Register of Historic places November 1. The C. Berg Hotel in Sleepy Eye and the …

    Keep Reading >>

    27 Sep 11
  • Postal worker rallies today

    Postal workers around the state are set to stage rallies this afternoon as postal centers are poised to close and jobs cut. The demonstrations come as Congress looks to close thousands of post offices that …

    Keep Reading >>

    27 Sep 11
  • CarCrash2

    The Minnesota State Patrol is investigating a hit and run on Highway 14 just east of Cobden this (Tuesday) morning. According to the state patrol, a 2010 Ford Escape driven by Gary Berdan of Waseca …

    Keep Reading >>

    27 Sep 11
  • New Ulm Girl Wins National Pedal Pull

    A 7-year-old New Ulm girl won a National Pedal Pull age group title at the Corn Palace in Mitchell, South Dakota over the weekend. Cassidy Williams, the daughter of Chris and Laura Williams defeated 20 …

    Keep Reading >>

    27 Sep 11
  • Highway141

    The first step in the Highway 14 expansion project between New Ulm and North Mankato will move forward as planned, despite going six million dollars over budget. This stage of the project was supposed to …

    Keep Reading >>

    27 Sep 11
  • Gas leak leaves hundreds without service

    CenterPoint Energy says there are still a few hundred customers in western Minnesota without natural gas after a pipeline break Friday afternoon. CenterPoint’s Rebecca Virden says over 100 workers came to Morris, Hancock and Benson …

    Keep Reading >>

    27 Sep 11