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  • BellePlaine

    The search for a new Belle Plaine city administrator continues, with a total of 37 applications being received for the position. The review of the applications got underway this week, and city councilors and staff …

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    27 Feb 14
  • DuganFlinn

    The City of Redwood Falls has a new city councilor. Dugan Flinn has been appointed to the Ward 1 council seat that was left vacant after Councilor Corey Theis was appointed mayor following the death …

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    27 Feb 14
  • Wells

    Government officials and private citizens in the City of Wells are reportedly frustrated that an $8-million investment to redevelop a shuttered food processing plant never produced a single job. The city constructed new roads and …

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    27 Feb 14
  • NUMiddleSchool

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board will be considering more than a quarter-million dollars worth of maintenance projects this (THU) evening. A $250,000 deferred maintenance project would replace the roof at Jefferson Elementary School, …

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    27 Feb 14
  • SibleyEastFire

    Students at Sibley East High School in Arlington were evacuated Tuesday morning after a fire broke out in the school’s Industrial Arts area. The fire apparently started at around 10:30am, and students were evacuated to …

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    26 Feb 14
  • Crash

    Two Fairmont residents were injured in a car accident on Interstate 90 east of Adrian Tuesday morning. 84-year-old Omar Behrens was driving a Honda CR-V westbound on I-90 when he lost control on some ice …

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    26 Feb 14
  • Furnace

    The Minnesota House of Representatives started their legislative session on Tuesday by passing a bill to increase funding to the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program by $20-million. Local State Representative Clark Johnson says that it’s …

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    26 Feb 14
  • Dollars

    The New Ulm Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved a motion to “lock in” natural gas prices for next winter. The price hedging program has been in place in New Ulm since 2004, and …

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    26 Feb 14