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  • UpperMidwestManagement

    The New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce honors it’s 2012 Industry-Business of the Year this (THU) evening at the New Ulm Country Club. Upper Midwest Management is a full-service property management company that was started …

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    25 Oct 12
  • LafayetteCharterSchool

    The Lafayette Charter School held school board elections Tuesday night. One board member was re-elected, while 2 new members will be joining the LCS board. Returning school board member Shelley Zacate and newly-elected member Dean …

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    25 Oct 12
  • RenvilleSibleyFiber

    The Sibley County Board on Tuesday voted in favor of rural Sibley County withdrawing from the Renville-Sibley Fiber project. The $70-million proposal to bring high-speed fiber optic internet, telephone and television services to the residents …

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    24 Oct 12
  • JustinBerg

    The Nicollet School Board on Monday accepted the resignation of the district’s activities director, who is accused of stealing around $1,500 from school event funds. The school board voted to terminate the employment of 31-year-old …

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    24 Oct 12
  • RyanKrosch

    The Nicollet County Board chose a new county administrator Tuesday. Following a brief discussion, the Board unanimously agreed to offer the job to Yellow Medicine County Administrator Ryan Krosch. There were 25 applicants for the …

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    24 Oct 12
  • NewUlmEagles

    The New Ulm League of Women Voters is sponsoring a forum for the candidates for District 88 School Board this (TUE) evening in New Ulm. The forum begins at 7pm at New Ulm City Hall, …

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    23 Oct 12
  • JustinBerg

    The Nicollet School Board on Wednesday unanimously voted to terminate the employment of a school administrator accused of stealing nearly $1,500 in district funds. 31-year-old Justin Berg of rural Le Sueur County was charged Monday …

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    18 Oct 12
  • JimSchulte

    The Redwood Falls City Council on Tuesday upheld a decision to terminate the employment of the CEO of the Redwood Area Hospital. James Schulte was accused of “double-dipping” on travel expenses on several occasions by …

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    18 Oct 12