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  • Springfield

    The Springfield City Council approved a tax collectible in 2015 at over $939,000, which is a 5% increase over the past year.  The council’s decision regarding the budgets came after a series of meetings in …

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    04 Sep 14
  • CrimeScene3

    An argument that police say got out of hand Sunday morning has resulted in two Arlington men facing felony charges.  Police say a disagreement led to a male being assaulted.  Samuel Helms  and Joshua Frauendienst …

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    04 Sep 14
  • 0903141539

    Tracie Vranich and Jim Senske were Amy Zents’ guests on Community Affairs on Wednesday, September 3. They talked about the ISD Foundation and their upcoming celebration honoring six ISD #88 Alumni, including Wanda Gag and …

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    04 Sep 14
  • HospitalPatient

    There’s been little change in the condition of an MSU-Mankato student who fell from a parking garage in Milwaukee in August.  Giovanni Quiroz was taken off sedation but remains in a coma in a Milwaukee …

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    03 Sep 14
  • NUCityHall

    The New Ulm City Council gave final approval to the urban chicken ordinance during their meeting Tuesday evening.  The action followed a second reading of the ordinace with additional changes made by the council.  One …

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    03 Sep 14
  • CopperWireTheft

    A Gibbon man has allegedly admitted to stealing copper from a Gaylord business last month.  Herbert Robert Fischer is facing felony theft charges in connection with an incident at McGuire Electric.  Authorities say around $35,000 …

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    03 Sep 14
  • BrownCountyCourthouse

    A military vehicle that was reported stolen from a Lafayette business has been found in New Ulm.  The Nicollet County Sheriff’s Department says the 1975 Pinzgauer 710-M was apparently found in the back of a …

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    01 Sep 14
  • NUHighSchool

    Tuesday is the first day of school for the rest of the students around Minnesota.  New Ulm District 88 Superintendent Jeff Bertrang says it’s been a busy summer but they’re ready to go.  He says …

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    01 Sep 14