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  • MrBojangles

    New Ulm’s Bock Fest and Fasching are one week away, and the community and it’s festivals will be featured on WCCO-TV this Sunday evening. WCCO’s Mike Binkley took part in the “Bock The Beard” Bock …

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    22 Feb 14
  • Winter Snowstorm Blasts The Midwest

    The cleanup is underway following the latest blizzard to hit our area, and along with clearing area roadways authorities are busy pulling cars out of area ditches. The Mankato District of the State Patrol reported …

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    21 Feb 14
  • RolloverSnow

    Two people were hurt in a rollover accident on Highway 71 near Olivia late Thursday afternoon. A Toyota 4Runner driven by 27-year-old Thomas Sands of Willmar was heading southbound on 71 when it went off …

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    21 Feb 14
  • Crash

    Two people were injured in a car crash on Highway 68 near Morgan Wednesday afternoon. A Buick Century driven by 30-year-old Tyler Caspers of Echo was heading northbound on Redwood County Road 13 when it …

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    21 Feb 14
  • RoadClosedGate

    This latest batch of heavy, wet snow that fell across a wide swath of Minnesota caused several power outages overnight.  Xcel energy officials say they have extra crews on standby to deal with further outages, …

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    21 Feb 14
  • Flu2

    The latest update from the state Health Department shows that flu activity continues to wane in Minnesota. Hospitalizations fell from 85 two weeks ago to 38 last week, while new school outbreaks went from eight …

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    21 Feb 14
  • Dollars

    Renville County, two school districts and five of its townships will need to refund more than $195,000 in taxes to the Alliance Pipeline if a proposed settlement is approved. Nearly $144,000 also collected for the …

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    21 Feb 14
  • Morgan

    It’s Morgan & Franklin Day today (FRI) on KNUJ as our 2014 Town Days Tour continues. We’re hearing from Cedar Mountain Superintendent Bob Tews, the Franklin EDA’s Joel Harmoning, and more. We’ll also hear historical …

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    21 Feb 14