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  • Jennifer Gieseke

    A New Ulm woman convicted of stealing $135,000 from her New Ulm employer was sentenced Thursday for two counts of felony theft. Forty-year-old Jennifer Sue Gieseke of New Ulm is ordered by the court to …

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    19 May 17
  • jail cell

    A Level 3 sex offender who is supposed to be living in rural Le Sueur County is back behind bars. The Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Office says on May 10th, 35-year-old Brian Joseph Miller had …

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    19 May 17
  • New Ulm Middle School

    The New Ulm Middle School investigated reports Thursday that a group of students made comments about shooting teachers in their classroom. School Resource Officer Michael Brehmer and Middle School Principal Michelle Miller investigated the incident. …

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    19 May 17
  • whitetail deer1

    A confused white-tail deer that wandered into a Minnesota Walmart store found himself tackled to the ground after running into a customer. Shoppers at the Wadena Walmart speculated that the young deer wandered into the …

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    19 May 17
  • Colton Camacho

    A New Ulm man already facing multiple felony criminal sexual conduct and prostitution charges is charged with assaulting another girl. Twenty-one-year-old Colten Chase Camacho was charged Wednesday in Brown County District Court with three more …

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    18 May 17
  • butterfield odin schoolw

    The former superintendent of Butterfield-Odin School District has settled with the school board after filing a lawsuit in federal court. Lisa Shellum will receive a $300,000 settlement from the lawsuit that alleged discrimination, defamation and …

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    18 May 17
  • Le Sueur County2

    One day after the state health department confirmed there were two cases of measles in Le Sueur County commissioners were presented with a rundown of the situation by county health director Cindy Shaughnessy. The two …

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    18 May 17
  • Fairfax

    The Fairfax City Council opened their May meeting with an update on the Fort Ridgely Golf Course. Chairman of the Golf Course Board Tom Otto told the council there are a few minor items that …

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    18 May 17