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  • winter weather

    Forecasters are telling us that with dangerously cold temperatures blanketing the area either bundle up or stay inside. Weather experts have been warning that we are about to get the coldest bout of winter weather …

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    16 Jan 16
  • Sibley East School

    When the Gaylord Medical School’s CEO Jay Sexton last met with officials in Gaylord his proposal to start a medical school in that community was not yet set in stone. This week after meetings with …

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    16 Jan 16
  • New Ulm image

    While the local option sales tax of additional one-half cent won’t raise $1.5 billion but it will raise an amount that can make significant projects and regional improvements possible. The City of New Ulm Reinvest …

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    16 Jan 16
  • Dr. Shabazz

    Dr. Rashad Shabazz, an expert on the implications of geography and race, will give the annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Junior Memorial Lecture at Gustavus Adolphus College on Monday from 10-11:30 a.m. in Christ …

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    16 Jan 16
  • Morning news January 15

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    15 Jan 16
  • BombThreatw

    Brown County Attorney Chuck Hanson says the New Ulm teen suspected in writing a note claiming to detonate a bomb at New Ulm High School January 8th if finals were not cancelled will be charged …

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    15 Jan 16
  • Watonwan County sheriffs department

    On Wednesday the Watonwan County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call about a vehicle in a ditch. When deputies arrived they discovered 33-year-old Jason Allen Ahrens of Sherburn alive with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. According …

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    15 Jan 16
  • murder-investigation

    A St. Cloud woman who is in jail in Kentucky has been charged with killing her father with an ax-like tool. 38-year-old Lisa Mary Kearney was charged Wednesday in Sturns County District Court with second-degree …

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    15 Jan 16