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  • Dollars

    The Redwood County Board this week approved it’s first tax levy increase in 5 years. The preliminary tax levy for the county was set at over $10.6-million, a .7% increase over this year, and the …

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    23 Aug 13
  • Stiftungsfest2013

    Minnesota’s oldest celebration – Stiftungsfest – gets underway today (FRI) in Norwood Young America. Stiftungsfest Spokesperson Curt Wilson says it is the 152nd annual Stiftungsfest, and that they haven’t missed a year. He says it’s …

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    23 Aug 13
  • CarCrash3

    A 68-year-old New Ulm man received minor injuries in a car crash on the south end of the city Wednesday afternoon. It happened at just before 2pm at the intersection of South Broadway and 20th …

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    22 Aug 13
  • JohnThuringer

    A 58-year-old former New Ulm man who has been civilly committed is reportedly facing 6 new counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct for allegedly molesting a young girl numerous times nearly 30 years ago. John Howard …

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    22 Aug 13
  • ArthurAufderheide

    A world famous paleopathologist from New Ulm native passed away recently. Dr. Arthur Aufderheide is credited with creating the world’s only mummified tissue archive, as well as being instrumental in the development of the paleopathology …

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    22 Aug 13
  • DaytonDisapproves

    Governor Dayton says he’s disappointed that he and lawmakers couldn’t find a way to scrap a new tax on farm equipment repairs before calling a special session now confined to only approving aid for storm …

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    22 Aug 13
  • RobFarnsworth

    A 35-year-old special education teacher from Hibbing has announced that he’s running for governor. Rob Farnsworth says he intends to seek the Republican endorsement to challenge Democratic incumbent Mark Dayton next year. Farnsworth is making …

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    22 Aug 13
  • WalzFishing

    Southern Minnesota Congressman Tim Walz was in New Ulm Wednesday for a “Conservation Potluck” lunch on the banks of the Minnesota River. Representative Walz was discussing preserving our state’s natural resources. Over 50 people joined …

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    22 Aug 13