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  • EARNS EXXON MOBILE

    Daylight Savings time ends at 2am on Sunday, so don’t forget to set your clocks back an hour before heading to bed tonight (SAT). Bob Dahm with the State Fire Marshal’s office says it’s also …

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    03 Nov 12
  • MNMusicHOF

    The Minnesota Music Hall of Fame annual Banquet and Induction Ceremony takes place Friday evening at Turner Hall in New Ulm. A total of 136 people or organizations have been inducted into the Minnesota Music …

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    01 Nov 12
  • Halloween

    It is Halloween today (WED), and the New Ulm Sons of the American Legion annual Halloween Community Treat Night is taking place this evening at the Legion Clubroom in downtown New Ulm. Kids are invited …

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    31 Oct 12
  • Bloodmobile

    The American Red Cross Bloodmobile is making numerous stops throughout the area this week. The Red Cross supplies approximately 40% of the nation’s blood supply, and one donation can help save the lives of multiple …

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    29 Oct 12
  • RSFiberJPMeeting

    The Renville-Sibley Fiber Joint Powers Board on Wednesday voted to move forward with the multi-million dollar project, despite the withdrawal of Sibley County the day before. RS Fiber Board Chair Brenda Pautsch says that a …

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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
  • 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
  • TowardZeroDeaths

    The Minnesota Department of Public Safety has announced new federal grants to support traffic safety enforcement and educational efforts in south-central Minnesota. The $360,000 will help support law enforcement overtime for the Toward Zero Deaths …

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    18 Oct 12