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  • RedwoodFalls

    The director of Redwood Area Chamber and Tourism has submitted her resignation. Alyssa Hammerschmidt is leaving the Redwood Chamber to work for the company Corn Capital Innovations. The Redwood Area Chamber and Tourism Board is …

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    06 Jun 12
  • SeniorCitizens

    Nominations are now being accepted for the Brown County Outstanding Senior Citizen recognition for 2012. The recognition is based largely on the variety, quality and quantity of community service performed by the nominee after the …

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    06 Jun 12
  • NUCityHall

    The New Ulm City Council will take up the issue of a horse being forced to leave it’s long-time home in the city during it’s meeting this (TUE) evening. Charles and Roberta Hintz are asking …

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    05 Jun 12
  • Bloodmobile

    The American Red Cross Bloodmobile is making a few stops in the City of New Ulm later this week. Blood drives are taking place at the New Ulm Recreation Center Vogel Fieldhouse from 1 to …

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    04 Jun 12
  • KoktanAward

    A soldier from Glencoe was presented a special award recently. Sergeant Joseph Koktan was presented the 22nd Naval Construction Regiment “Warfighter of the Month” award. The Army Reservist was recognized for his service in Afghanistan …

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    04 Jun 12
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    Another season of New Ulm Monday Night Concerts In The Park kicks off this (MON) evening in New Ulm’s German Park! The free concert begins at 7pm, and as-always the first concert of the year …

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    04 Jun 12
  • NicolletCounty

    There are some competitive races shaping up for the Nicollet County Board this election season. David Johnson has filed for the 2nd District Nicollet County Board seat currently held by James Stenson, and Bill Schindle …

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    01 Jun 12
  • Temperature2

    The month of May has come and gone, and it will likely go down in the record books as one of the wettest, and warmest, in Minnesota’s history. Climatologist Pete Boulay says that May was …

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    01 Jun 12