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  • NicolletCounty

    The Nicollet County Board finalized a re-districting plan for the county this week, and commissioners drew straws to see who will run for 2-year terms this year and who will serve 4-year terms. Redistricting is …

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    07 May 12
  • More NU Soldiers Returning

    Another group of Minnesota National Guard soldiers from the New Ulm area will be returning home on Sunday. The Red Bulls from the 1st Battalion, 125th Field Artillery will arrive in New Ulm at approximately …

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    04 May 12
  • Corsages

    Numerous high schools around the local area are holding formal dances this weekend as the Prom season begins to wind down. School districts with a Prom taking place on Saturday include: Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart, Central, New …

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    04 May 12
  • TroopsHome

    Another wave of soldiers from the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 34th Infantry Division return home today (FRI). More than 220 Red Bulls arrive at armories in Albert Lea, Anoka, Austin, Bloomington, Brooklyn Park, Mankato, Owatonna, …

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    04 May 12
  • RedwoodAreaHospital

    The CEO of the Redwood Area Hospital has been placed on unpaid administrative leave. Hospital Administrator James Schulte is accused of receiving inappropriate travel expense reimbursements. He was put on the unpaid leave while the …

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    04 May 12
  • Goosetown Roller Girls

    Members of New Ulm’s Goosetown Roller Girls roller derby team were helping the New Ulm Sister Cities Commission run the CashWise Brat Stand on Thursday. Stay tuned to KNUJ for updates on the upcoming roller …

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    03 May 12
  • Hail

    A Tornado Warning was issued for much of the local area Wednesday evening as severe thunderstorms again rolled through southern Minnesota. Heavy rain was reported across the KNUJ listening area, and reports of hail anywhere …

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    03 May 12
  • FEMAGrant

    The Martin County Board learned this week that the county has been denied a federal grant needed to complete mandatory emergency communication upgrades by the end of the year. The FEMA grant would have covered …

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    03 May 12