The Affect
  • LetsGoFishingSleepyEye

    The Sleepy Eye chapter of Let’s Go Fishing honored volunteer Lenny Seidl during the group’s annual meeting recently. Seidl received the organization’s “You Made a Reel Difference” traveling trophy for going on a total of …

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    02 Nov 12
  • MillerManufacturing

    The Glencoe Area Chamber of Commerce recently honored Miller Manufacturing as the community’s Manufacturer Of The Year. The Miller Manufacturing Company was founded in 1941 by Barney Miller, and originally made poultry feeding and watering …

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    01 Nov 12
  • GolfCart

    The Lake Crystal City Council recently unanimously approved the use of golf carts on city streets. The ordinance allows golf carts to be driven on streets within the Lake Crystal city limits with the exception …

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    01 Nov 12
  • MNMusicHOF

    The Minnesota Music Hall of Fame annual Banquet and Induction Ceremony takes place Friday evening at Turner Hall in New Ulm. A total of 136 people or organizations have been inducted into the Minnesota Music …

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    01 Nov 12
  • Halloween

    It is Halloween today (WED), and the New Ulm Sons of the American Legion annual Halloween Community Treat Night is taking place this evening at the Legion Clubroom in downtown New Ulm. Kids are invited …

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    31 Oct 12
  • Halloween

    Halloween is one of the 4 cross-quarter days that falls midway between an equinox and a solstice, and the ancient Celts believed that at sunset the seam between our world and the netherworld would open, …

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    31 Oct 12
  • Vote2

    Election Day is one week from today (TUE), and a total of 40 Minnesota school districts will have operating referendums on the ballot this year, 7 of them in the KNUJ listening area. Each school …

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    30 Oct 12
  • NewUlmEagles

    A special public meeting is being held this (MON) evening to discuss the New Ulm District 88 levy referendum appearing on resident’s ballots next week. District 88 is asking voters to approve a 10-year, $575 …

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    29 Oct 12