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  • Fire

    A house and several vehicles were destroyed by fire Tuesday morning in Nicollet. The fire was reported shortly after 7:30 a.m. Tuesday morning at 904 Fourth Street. Two people and two dogs escaped without injury. …

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    17 Jan 18
  • Leash law

    The New Ulm City Council unanimously approved amending an ordinance requiring dogs be on leashes in public places in New Ulm excluding private property and designated parks. Animal Control Officer Corporal Keith Anderson provided the …

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    17 Jan 18
  • Law Enforcement Center

    The Brown County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for the 2018 Citizen’s Academy. The sherrif’s office in conjunction with other local and state law enforcement agencies will provide a glimpse into the duties and responsibilities …

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    17 Jan 18
  • Scholarship_award

    Scholarships are available for the 2018 school year for students who are interested in nursing or medical fields or who are currently pursuing a nursing degree. Multiple different scholarships are available through the New Ulm …

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    17 Jan 18
  • Gustavus Adolphus College

    Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter has received a $10 million dollar gift from an alumnus to help funding and building expansion and student scholarships. Bob Peterson, who is president and CEO of a trucking …

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    17 Jan 18
  • Sibley East school logo

    Sixty-three Sibley East choir students sang the National Anthem prior to the Minnesota Timberwolves game at the Target Center in Minneapolis on January 6. The group is directed by Lenore Strouth. To qualify for the …

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    16 Jan 18
  • car accident

    Two Jeffers women were injured Sunday around 5 p.m. when the car they were riding in lost control on icy roads. The state patrol says the Chevy Aveo driven by 30-year-old Elizabeth Rose Stumpf was …

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    15 Jan 18
  • St. Peter

    Despite opposition from nearby residents, a proposed treatment center for troubled teens was approved by the St. Peter Board of Appeals and adjustments. The new building will be set on an open lot at the …

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    15 Jan 18