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  • Jim Jensen

    Written by Terri Melheim Earning the honorary title of “Colonel” a local New Ulm businessman graduated from the World Wide College of Auctioneering. Jim Jensen successfully completed the course of instruction and training covering all …

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    28 Jun 16
  • Veteran Suicide Awareness

    A group of people marched from North Mankato to New Ulm Sunday to bring awareness to veteran suicide. Once the marchers entered the city limits of New Ulm the New Ulm Battery fired 23 cannon …

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    27 Jun 16
  • Blue Mound State Park

    (Learfield/St. Paul)The DNR has decided against rebuilding a dam at Blue Mound State Park near Luverne in southwestern Minnesota. Heavy rain and flooding severely damaged the structure in 2014, draining the lake behind it. The …

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    27 Jun 16
  • Road construction

    A Highway 4 project through St. James is ready to move forward. Construction is scheduled to begin July 18th and will continue into 2018. Minnesota Department of Transportation representatives and St. James city staff as …

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    27 Jun 16
  • Ugliest dog 2016

    One lucky canine has claimed the top prize of the World’s Ugliest Dog. SweePee Rambo is a 17-year-old Chihuahua/Chinese Crested mix. The 4-pound critter is blind in both eyes, has bowed legs and an oozing …

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    27 Jun 16
  • Arts Center of St. Peter

    Reed White is an artists who uses daydreams about visiting the ocean on cold winter days and then paints his daydreams.  St. Peter Community Development Director Russ Wille says Reed’s artwork is on exhibit at …

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    26 Jun 16
  • Police lights

    A Cold Spring woman was injured in a rollover accident Saturday afternoon in Sibley County.  The State Patrol says Allison Sharp was driving a 2004 Chevy Malibu  northbound on Highway 22 when she left the …

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    26 Jun 16
  • flu vaccine

    If you’re a parent whose child has used nasal mist during past flu seasons, officials are saying that the mist should be avoided this year.  Kris Ehresmann with the Minnesota Department of Health says the …

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    26 Jun 16