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  • gibbon

    The Gibbon City Council approved the hiring of a new city administrator this week. Dana Bruns Lietzau has been hired to replace Gibbon Administrator Jim Berger, who is retiring at the end of the month. …

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    07 Mar 13
  • Menards

    The New Ulm Menards Mega Store will officially open for business this coming Tuesday. The new store is located off Highway 14 on the west end of New Ulm, and is the 40th Menards store …

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    07 Mar 13
  • NUCityCouncil2

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday agreed to amend the City Code to allow alcoholic beverages to be sold during amateur athletic events at the New Ulm Civic Center. The city had previously forbidden …

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    06 Mar 13
  • SchellsBrewery

    New Ulm’s August Schell Brewing Company has announced a multi-million dollar slate of expansion projects. Schell’s President Ted Marti says that the first phase will be a $2-million project, with work expected to get underway …

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    06 Mar 13
  • StopLight

    The temporary deactivation of the traffic light at the intersection of Highway 5 and Main Street in Arlington that had been scheduled to take place on Monday has been delayed so that Mn/DOT can repaint …

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    06 Mar 13
  • NUCityHall

    The New Ulm City Council is scheduled to consider a development agreement with Frontier Labs this (TUE) evening that includes a tax abatement program. The tax breaks would help the laboratory set up operations in …

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    05 Mar 13
  • ArlingtonWaterTower

    Motorists travelling on Highway 5 in Arlington no longer need to stop at the intersection with Main Street as of this week, but traffic on Main Street will need to heed a stop sign before …

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    05 Mar 13
  • FishHouses

    The DNR is reminding anglers that the deadline for removing ice houses from lakes in Southern Minnesota is today (MON). All permanent structures must be taken off lakes in the southern two-thirds of the state. …

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    04 Mar 13