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  • Crash2

    A semi accident on the Highway 169 and Highway 14 interchange backed up traffic for over a half-mile Thursday afternoon. According to the state patrol, 41-year-old Chad Wehmeyer of Storden suffered a heat stroke causing …

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    29 May 15
  • DriversLicenses

    A mother in Amboy who couldn’t say no has found herself on the wrong side of the law. Renae Leo Osgood of Amboy will appear in Blue Earth County District Court for a gross misdemeanor …

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    29 May 15
  • NUHS ground breaking

    School officials, city leaders, citizens and students gathered Thursday evening for a ceremonial ground breaking at the site of the future New Ulm High School. Superintendent Jeff Bertrang said while the golden shovels are symbolic …

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    29 May 15
  • homelessness

    The New Ulm League of Women Voters held a special forum Wednesday evening in New Ulm to discuss the topic of homelessness. A panel of five local experts spoke and took questions on issues related …

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    28 May 15
  • Legislators

    Senator Gary Dahms and Representative Paul Torkelson visited New Ulm and four other Brown County communities Wednesday to visit with constituents and answer questions about the legislative session. Legislators addressed the need for a special …

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    28 May 15
  • Jack Kolars

    A Nicollet County Commissioner has been elected as the new District Director for Association of Minnesota Counties. Jack Kolars will represent the views of 50 county commissioners representing 10 counties at the AMC Board which …

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    28 May 15
  • Cigarette and tabacco packs on a shelf

    Hutchinson Police are following up on leads after more than $2,000 worth of cigarettes were stolen from a local grocery store. Officials with Cash Wise Foods discovered on their video surveillance tapes that three thefts …

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    28 May 15
  • dog_german_shepherd

    Even though the first cases of canine flu have been confirmed in the state, dog owners are being encouraged to carry on as normal. Doctor Paul Anderson with the Minnesota Board of Animal Health says …

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    28 May 15