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  • 911

    Two New Ulm men were assaulted Sunday, leaving both of them with severe injuries. At approximately 3 AM, the Nicollet County Sheriff”s Office responded to a report of two badly injured individuals on the Buessman …

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    08 Oct 14
  • Highway14

    On Tuesday, the state announced that two Highway 14 projects are among the $70 million in spending as part of the Corridors of Commerce Transportation Program. Highway 14′s intersection with Highway 15 in New Ulm …

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    08 Oct 14
  • DEARTH OF DUCKS

    A McLeod County man has been awarded for his contribution to environmental conservation and improvement. The Mid-Minnesota Development Commission presented the award to Buffalo Watershed District Board Manager Corey Henke for his work done at …

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    07 Oct 14
  • NURecCenter

    New Ulm is making some changes for the better in its local parks. North Park Playground recently underwent revisions and added brand new equipment such as the 50 foot long “zip cruise,” a sitting zip …

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    07 Oct 14
  • BrownCountyCourthouse

    Brown County Commissioners will consider settling letting dates for FEMA flood repair projects at their next meeting. FEMA, or Federal Emergency Management Agency, primarily coordinates responses to disasters in the United States that overwhelm state …

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    06 Oct 14
  • herrman5k

    A New Ulm man won the Hermann 5K on Saturday morning. Chris Gordon is an online middle school special education teacher. He finished with the top time of 20 minutes, 18.9 seconds. The 40 year-old …

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    06 Oct 14
  • loose moose

    A Minneapolis man pleaded guilty to burglarizing the Loose Moose Saloon in Mankato. Sheldon Wessling was arrested in the Twin Cities after he was identified through video from downtown Mankato surveillance cameras. The 57 year …

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    06 Oct 14
  • 911

    DNA results from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension have determined that homicide was the cause of death for 22 year old Amer Lechuga of Springfield. Her remains were found in burning minivan when police …

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    03 Oct 14