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  • Ted Marti

    Ted Marti, president of August Schell Brewing Company in New Ulm is being inducted into the Minnesota Business Hall of Fame today (Wednesday). Each year, Twin Cities Business Magazine recognizes the accomplishments of Minnesota executives …

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    26 Jul 17
  • fatal  car crashw

    A 72-year-old Arlington man was killed Monday evening when the vehicle he was driving hit a semi head-on. According to the state patrol James Alan Todd was traveling west on Highway 19 in Sibley County …

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    25 Jul 17
  • sentencing

    A drug dealer who supplied methamphetamine that killed a jail inmate was recently sentenced to prison while an accomplice was sentenced to jail. Thirty-six-year-old Logan Steven Harris of New Ulm was sentenced to 50 months …

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    25 Jul 17
  • Fire

    Fire crews responded to a house fire in Renville County Monday evening around 6 p.m. on the 41,000 block of 660th Avenue, 3 miles northeast of Franklin. When fire crews arrived the majority of the …

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    25 Jul 17
  • Sibley East School

    The Sibley East School Board was presented with several letters from area businesses and curches in favor of an open lunch period. The school board decided that students must earn the open lunch period with …

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    25 Jul 17
  • New Ulm Medical Center

    Several area clinics will be honored this week for high quality or improved care. Mayo Clinic Health System in Janesville and Waterville, Mankato Clinic’s Daniel’s Health Center, New Ulm Medical Center’s Winthrop clinic and Madelia …

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    25 Jul 17
  • tobacco age law

    The Eagle Lake City Council recently held a public meeting about the possibility of joining the effort to raise the legal age for the purchase of tobacco products to 21. No one spoke at the …

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    24 Jul 17
  • Ambulance

    Two vehicles collided in New Ulm Saturday afternoon resulting in minor injuries of both drivers. According to New Ulm Police, 54-year-old Douglas Hafemann of New Germany was stopped facing south on North State Street at …

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    24 Jul 17