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  • ElishebaSwett

    A Worthington woman accused of kidnapping an employee at the New Ulm Wal-Mart in June and claiming there was a bomb in the store is scheduled to be in court for a pre-trial hearing on …

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    10 Sep 12
  • DelbertHuber2

    The 82-year-old rural Paynesville man convicted of 2nd-degree murder and sentenced to more than 30 years in prison is now in the custody of the Department of Corrections. Delbert Huber was admitted to the Minnesota …

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    10 Sep 12
  • GarrettLoudermilk

    A St. James man is back in custody after violating the terms of his probation. 32-year-old Garrett Dean Loudermilk was reportedly booked into jail for failing to pay restitution stemming from an incident of felony …

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    10 Sep 12
  • MissNewUlm2012

    A new Miss New Ulm was crowned Saturday night as part of the annual New Ulm Firefighters Dance. Miss New Ulm 2012 is Clarissa Waibel, the daughter of Tim and Mary Waibel. Following her coronation …

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    10 Sep 12
  • Kali Kniel - Produce Research

    The state Health Department and the U-of-M have been named one of only five Regional Food Safety Centers in the US that will help prevent and respond to food-borne illnesses. It comes with a $200,000 …

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    10 Sep 12
  • Bloodmobile

    The American Red Cross Bloodmobile will be visiting a few communities in the area this week as National Preparedness Month continues. The Red Cross helps the public prepare for and respond to emergencies by having …

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    10 Sep 12
  • MNFarmersUnion

    Minnesota Farmers Union members are leaving for Washington DC today (MON). MFU President Doug Peterson says that with only 8 working days left for Congress to finish up important business like the farm bill and …

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    10 Sep 12
  • FallColor

    The fall travel season is getting underway in Minnesota, and State Tourism Director John Edman says the drought shouldn’t impact visits to most locations in the state. Edman says that even though the colors have …

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    10 Sep 12