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  • Roadwork

    Construction on Old Highway 14 through Janesville has been postponed until 2016. Construction west of the city to Mankato was supposed to be done by the end of the summer which included utility work such …

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    30 Jan 15
  • Doctor

    An area doctor says that local residents should not be concerned about measles, even though a University of Minnesota Student has contracted the disease. Minnesota State University Medical Director Dr. Randy Hurd says that the …

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    30 Jan 15
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    Visitor restrictions at Redwood Area Hospital are being discontinued today. Influenza has likely peaked in MN and appears to be on the decline. According to MDH, influenza is no longer widespread, but is considered regional. It …

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    28 Jan 15
  • lake crystal school

    Officials in Lake Crystal are busy at work creating construction outlines for additions to be made to the elementary and secondary school. Lake Crystal Wellcome Memorial schools will be adding new classrooms to both schools, …

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    28 Jan 15
  • state capitol

    Governor Mark Dayton’s transportation funding plan will provide about a 30 percent increase in state funding for counties, cities, and townships for their own projects over the next ten years. The plan would pay for …

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    28 Jan 15
  • Hermann

    The status of the removal of the AT&T cell phone equipment from the Herrman Heights Water Tower in New Ulm is being discussed by the Public Utilities Commission. Assistant City Attorney Tom Borgen submitted a …

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    28 Jan 15
  • FoodShelf

    The New Ulm Area Food Shelf needs your help. Cream soups, peanut butter, jelly, canned fruit, jello, and pudding are among the most needed items. Residents who are in need can visit the Food Shelf …

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    27 Jan 15
  • new ulm sign

    More than 2,200 participants lost more than 5,600 pounds during the Heart of New Ulm’s “Lose it to Win It” Community Health Challenge. The challenge lasted over a year from June 2013 to November 2014. …

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    27 Jan 15