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  • Bloodmobile3

    The American Red Cross Bloodmobile is making a few stops around the area this week, including in New Ulm as well as the annual Thanksgiving Blood Drive in St. James. The Bloodmobile will be at …

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    25 Nov 13
  • BridgeBuilderAward2013

    Bridging Brown County held its 10th annual Networking Dinner in Sleepy Eye Thursday, and Julie Schmitt of Comfrey was presented the organization’s “Bridge Builder Award.” Schmitt has been a first responder in Comfrey and a …

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    22 Nov 13
  • EducationFocus

    It’s the annual Education Focus week at KNUJ, and we’ll be highlighting 4 local area school districts throughout the week. Tune in to hear special interviews with school administrators, counselors, students and teachers. On Tuesday …

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    18 Nov 13
  • Highway14Sign

    Governor Dayton and the Minnesota Department of Transportation announced Thursday that 10 highway construction projects will receive funding through the state’s new $300-million “Corridors of Commerce” program, including parts of Highway 14. The Highway 14 …

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    15 Nov 13
  • MarionEdgar

    KNUJ’s Hometown Hero for the month of November is Marion Edgar of St. James. Edgar has volunteered her time at area nursing homes for many years, and helped found the group Senior Partners. She was …

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    13 Nov 13
  • NUVeteransDay2013

    The New Ulm Veteran’s Day Program was held at Cathedral High School this (MON) morning. The guest speaker was former Botswain Mate on the USS Ronald Reagan, Nathan Scharf, who said we should all make …

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    11 Nov 13
  • VeteransDay

    AREA  VETERAN’S  DAY  SERVICES   *All Programs Are Monday, November 11th Unless Noted Otherwise*   STATE OF MINNESOTA: 8:30-9:30am Free Breakfast at the Veterans Memorial Community Center in Inver Grove Heights followed by the Program …

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    08 Nov 13
  • Voted

    Voters in 5 local area school districts voted on referendum questions Tuesday. The Nicollet School District asked for an additional $450 per-pupil for the next 3 years, and it was approved with 339-Yes votes to …

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    05 Nov 13