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  • Plaza Garibaldi

    The New Ulm City Council set a hearing date of May 2 to consider sanctions against a local restaurant that has violated their liquor license. Plaza Garibaldi has had two confirmed liquor license violations in …

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    22 Mar 17
  • prostitution

    The state awarded nearly $800,000 in grants to help investigate sex and human trafficking ahead of Minneapolis hosting the Super Bowl. The Brown, Blue Earth and Nicollet County Anti-Trafficking team is receiving $44,000 to support …

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    22 Mar 17
  • Putting Green_New Ulm

    The private non-profit organization Putting Green has terminated their lease with the City of New Ulm effective June 1st. The organization formed in 2001 and operates an environmental learning center, community garden, mini-golf course and …

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    22 Mar 17
  • Legacy amendment

    The Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council has awarded 3 local artists grants totaling $1,000 each. Applications are accepted from artists in all art disciplines. Artists grants were received by Stephan Mark of Springfield, Ann Obernolte …

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    22 Mar 17
  • Red Rock Central

    The Red Rock Central School in Lamberton has been awarded a  grant for a day-long festival focusing on Jazz education. The district was awarded over $3600 for the day which includes an hour long master …

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    22 Mar 17
  • Fire department

    The New Ulm Fire Department was called to a fire at 720 South Minnesota Street overnight. When fire crews arrived flames could be seen coming from the south side of the unoccupied home. The fire …

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    21 Mar 17
  • Sibley County

    At a recent Sibley County board meeting Fraud Investigator Preston Cowing presented his report. He explained his work involves investigating when a relative is living with a family and not reported or when recipients of …

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    21 Mar 17
  • Flag_Veteran

    Eighteen Counties in Southwest Minnesota have effectively ended homelessness among Veterans, becoming the 40th region in the nation to do so and Minnesota’s first region to hit this historic goal. The progress is the result …

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    21 Mar 17