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  • SleepyEye

    Sleepy Eye Police Chief John Schueller is retiring at the end of April, and the Sleepy Eye City Council has now reached a decision on who will replace him. Current Sleepy Eye¬† will begin his …

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    20 Mar 14
  • NUCityCouncil2

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday approved over $3-million in Utility, Street and Alley Improvements following a public hearing. One of the projects for this summer will be to add bike lanes and a …

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    19 Mar 14
  • PaulPeterson

    The St. Peter School Board on Monday voted unanimously to make St. Peter High School Principal Paul Peterson the next superintendent of the school district. Peterson will take over the position on July 1st following …

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    19 Mar 14
  • IngridLiedman

    The New Ulm Human Rights Commission has announced the latest recipient of the annual Human Rights Award. The award recognizes people, community organizations or businesses in New Ulm who have contributed significantly to the preservation …

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    19 Mar 14
  • NUCityHall

    The New Ulm City Council is holding a public hearing on this summer’s proposed Utility, Street and Alley Improvements during its meeting this (TUE) evening. The streets slated for improvements include sections of South Franklin, …

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    18 Mar 14
  • BrownCountyCourthouse

    The Brown County Board today (TUE) will be considering the purchase of 7 new computers for sheriff’s department squad cars. The county would be using DWI forfeiture funds to purchase the more-than $26,000 in computer …

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    18 Mar 14
  • RSFiber

    Efforts to bring high-speed internet and phone service to Renville and Sibley County communities continue, and the RS Fiber Cooperative is holding a series of public meetings this week to update residents on the status …

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    18 Mar 14
  • Close-up of fresh snow on a windshield.

    There’s some more winter heading our way, with a Winter Storm Watch going into effect for much of the local area at 10am on Tuesday. Meteorologist Steve Woolenhouse says that we could see between 3 …

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    17 Mar 14