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  • New Ulm Public Schools

    On March 14th, students at New Ulm High School are hoping to promote unity by hosting Eagles Unite, an event to commemorate victims of school shootings and stand together. The event corresponds with the national …

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    01 Mar 18
  • Boy_Scouts

    On Saturday, February 24th a Fairfax Boy Scout was honored during an Eagle Scout Court of Honor. During the program, Jonathan Wiechmann was presented with the Eagle Badge, the highest rank possible in the Scouting …

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    01 Mar 18
  • theft

    A Lewisville mother and son are facing charges for embezzling nearly $200,000 from their former employer. According to the criminal complaint, from 2010 until 2017, 53-year-old Tami Else wrote checks, used an automated clearing house …

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    28 Feb 18
  • Jackson

    The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is saying a second student has been arrested for allegedly making threats to shoot up the Jackson County Central High School. In a press release the sheriff’s office says multiple …

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    28 Feb 18
  • Police lights2

    A Dakota Meadows Middle School student has been suspended from school and was arrested Friday after allegedly making several threats to a teacher and the school. School leaders were notifed February 19th about threats the …

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    28 Feb 18
  • New Ulm Public Schools

    New Ulm Public Schools remain in the 90th percentile for its graduation rate according to a report released Tuesday by the Minnesota Department of Education. The graduation rate for the 2016-17 school year was 95 …

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    28 Feb 18
  • UPS

    UPS announced Tuesday that 28 elite drivers from Minnesota, including a Glencoe man, are among the over 1500 inducted worldwide into the Circle of Honor organization for UPS. The organization honors drivers who have achieved …

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    28 Feb 18
  • body cameras

    The New Ulm Police Department will hold a public information meeting tonight (Monday) on body camera use and its possible effects on the community. The department has asked that residents attend and share their thoughts …

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    26 Feb 18