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  • TimDolan

    The Sibley County Economic Development Director has submitted his resignation to the Sibley County Board. County commissioners accepted the resignation of Tim Dolan “with regret” during the recent board meeting. Dolan’s resignation is effective February …

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    30 Jan 13
  • HealthCareReform

    Minnesota’s health insurance exchange has launched a new website to connect with more than 1-million Minnesotans who are expected to use the new marketplace to get coverage. The exchange is a key part of Minnesota’s …

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    30 Jan 13
  • TripleAAward

    New Ulm High School has selected the school’s recipients for the annual Minnesota State High School League “Triple-A” Award. The recognition honors students who excel in Academics, Arts, and Athletics, and the New Ulm recipients …

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    30 Jan 13
  • StJohnLutheranHome

    St. John Lutheran Home in Springfield has reached its goal of raising more than $95,000 for an upgrade at the nursing home. The capital campaign to raise the funds took only about 7 months. The …

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    30 Jan 13
  • Crash

    Two people were injured in a car crash on Highway 169 near St. Peter Monday morning. 51-year-old Victoria Hough of Mankato was driving a GMC Envoy northbound on the icy highway when she lost control …

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    29 Jan 13
  • MitchellHottman

    A New Ulm man has been sentenced to 90 days in jail and 2 years of probation for a gross misdemeanor obstructing the legal process charge. 56-year-old Mitchell Robert Hottman had been facing felony stalking …

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    29 Jan 13
  • ThinIce

    The LeSueur County Sheriff’s Office has issued a thin ice warning for Lake Gorman southeast of Le Center, and is calling for no motor vehicles on the lake. The recent high winds and rain have …

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    29 Jan 13
  • Dayton1

    About two dozen Minnesota cities and counties would see a gusher of unexpected money if Governor Dayton’s proposed sales tax expansion to more items and services prevails, and New Ulm is one of those communities. …

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    29 Jan 13