The Affect
  • ISD88SchoolBoard

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board on Thursday approved more than $1.1 million worth of budget cuts, including the elimination of 10 full-time teaching positions. District 88 Superintendent Harold Remme says that making the …

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    16 Mar 12
  • hanska

    The planning is underway for the City of Hanska’s annual Syttende Mai celebration as the commemoration of Norwegian independence fast approaches. The Hanska Business Association will be presenting 3 performances of “The Syttende Mai Family …

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    16 Mar 12
  • Highway60

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation has chosen it’s preferred alignments for completing the four-lane expansion of Highway 60 from St. James to Windom. There are 3 segments of the highway that will be expanded over …

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    15 Mar 12
  • Dollars

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board is scheduled to make decisions on cutting over a million dollars from next school year’s budget during a special meeting this (THU) evening. Around $1.1-million needs to be …

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    15 Mar 12
  • BTYR

    Nearly 100 military family members, community members and local employers attended a Beyond the Yellow Ribbon of Watonwan County event recently. Those attending the Community Resources 4EVER event at the National Guard Armory in St. …

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    15 Mar 12
  • tif1

    KNUJ’s Hometown Hero for the month of March is Daniel Havemeier of Sleepy Eye. Daniel was driving on Highway 14 east of Essig last summer when he noticed a 4-wheeler flipped over in the ditch. …

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    14 Mar 12
  • RotarySAS

    The 45th annual New Ulm Rotary Scholars Recognition Banquet is coming up soon. The banquet recognizes the academic top 15% of graduating seniors from all three New Ulm High Schools. The annual “Service Above Self” …

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    14 Mar 12
  • ampi

    New Ulm’s Associated Milk Producers Incorporated is selling it’s Cass-Clay Creamery label to St. Paul-based Kemps. AMPI Senior Vice President Cheryl Meshke says the co-op has a long relationship with Kemps, and will continue to …

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    14 Mar 12