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  • MissShamrock2014

    It’s St. Patrick’s Day today (MON), and the communities of St. Peter and New Ulm are celebrating. St. Peter’s St. Patrick’s Day parade starts at 5:30pm today at Broadway and Third Street and proceeds down …

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    17 Mar 14
  • Bloodmobile2

    The American Red Cross is holding several blood drives around the area this week as Red Cross Month continues. Our friends and neighbors assist the Red Cross in its lifesaving mission by donating blood, taking …

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    17 Mar 14
  • DrunkDriving

    There’s extra law enforcement out on our roadways this weekend looking for impaired drivers celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. Minnesota State Patrol Sergeant Jesse Grabow says their goal is not about the numbers of arrests, it’s …

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    15 Mar 14
  • HospitalPatient

    Incidents of influenza continue to decline in Minnesota, with only 16 people being hospitalized with the flu over the past week. That’s compared to 31 flu hospitalizations the previous week. There were flu outbreaks reported …

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    15 Mar 14
  • JapanPhilippines

    A group of 16 Minnesota farmers and ag leaders are heading to Japan and the Philippines next week. Minnesota Soybean Association CEO Tom Slunecka will lead the delegation. He says they’ll visit several different operations …

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    15 Mar 14
  • ScoutingForFood

    The first phase of the annual “Scouting For Food” drive takes place this weekend in New Ulm with Scouts distributing door-to-door the food donation bags that will be collected next Saturday, March 22nd. Over 100 …

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    15 Mar 14
  • TylerCaputoJamesInmanSkylarJoReichelSchneider

    Four people have been arrested in Mankato in connection with a synthetic drug believed to have caused the deaths of at least two people. Authorities say that the drug “2-C” was sold in blue packages …

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    14 Mar 14
  • JeffreyMatthews

    A former Watonwan County fraud investigator avoided a jury trial on Thursday when he pleaded guilty to felony theft by swindle in Watonwan County Court. 55-year-old Jeffrey Matthews of New Ulm had been accused of …

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    14 Mar 14