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  • motorcyclecrash

    A second New Ulm man was injured in a motorcycle accident in just over a week. The state patrol says a Yamaha motorcycle driven by 35-year-old Adam DeLeon of North Mankato was traveling east on …

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    15 May 17
  • ducklings

    The New Ulm Police Department performed a rescue from a storm sewer this weekend. On Saturday afternoon around 2:30 p.m. officers were called to a storm sewer grate near the BMX track where wood ducklings …

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    15 May 17
  • Martin_Luther_College_logo

    Martin Luther College in New Ulm graduated 145 students Saturday morning. Reverend Paul Koelpin conducted the commencement service. Degrees awarded include 29 Bachelor of Arts, 89 Bachelor of Science in Education, 5 Bachelor of Science, …

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    15 May 17
  • Brown County Historical Society Museum

    The Brown County Historical Society is seeking donations of books for their annual book sale to be held in June. Books, DVDs and puzzles in good condition can be dropped off at the back door …

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    15 May 17
  • Courtland

    A couple said their wedding vows Saturday on home plate at the Courtland baseball field. Shawn Andrews and Kelcey Cordes professed their life-long love for each other at the place where they first met. The …

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    15 May 17
  • Investigation

    Police are investigating a bullet that entered a Lincoln Park bedroom window Wednesday morning. Jessica Ungs might have been struck by the bullet or flying glass had the Minnesota State University Mankato student been home. …

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    13 May 17
  • Drug charges

    A North Mankato man found with over $1,000 dollars worth of cocaine last summer was sentenced to six years in the St. Cloud prison. Thirty-two-year-old Myshohn Antion King was sentenced to felony drug possession this …

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    13 May 17
  • Paul Torkelson

    State Representative Paul Torkelson of Hanska is adding his voice to the growing bipartisan coalition of legislatures, agricultural professionals and other stakeholders urging Governor Dayton to compromise on changes to the state buffer law set …

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    13 May 17