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  • RobertReinhart1

    A New Ulm man faces multiple counts of felony theft for allegedly taking nearly $100,000 from the Brown County Agricultural Society and the New Ulm Baseball Association while serving as Treasurer of the organizations. 59-year-old …

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    25 May 12
  • Arson

    A 27-year-old Morton woman has been sentenced to nearly 5 years in prison for starting a fire at a Redwood Falls trailer park earlier this year. Kimberly Marie Cloud pleaded guilty to 1st-degree arson in …

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    25 May 12
  • DavidMunizBustos (1)

    A Silver Lake man accused of murdering his girlfriend in Glencoe earlier this year has been indicted on a 1st-degree murder charge for the crime. 44-year-old David Muniz Bustos now faces the possibility of life …

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    25 May 12
  • Fire

    The investigation into the cause of a recent house fire near St. James continues, with authorities still unsure how the fire started. St. James fire crews were called out to the Klarice Rinne home off …

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    25 May 12
  • HometownHero

    A daycare worker with the Nicollet School has been recognized for saving the life of a 1-year-old infant. Amy Broring was reportedly holding the infant when she noticed that the child had stopped breathing. Her …

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    25 May 12
  • ScottWindschitl1

    Brown County District 3 Commissioner Scott Windschitl filed for re-election on Wednesday. The 54-year-old New Ulm resident was first elected to the Brown County Board in February of 2011 following the resignation of Commissioner Deborah …

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    25 May 12
  • FortRidgely

    Southern Minnesota’s Fort Ridgely State Park opens for the season this Memorial Day weekend. Nicollet County Historical Society Executive Director Ben Leonard says that they are trying something new this year by having the Commissary …

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    25 May 12
  • Rain hits the New Ulm Area hard Wednesday and Thursday

    Most in the KNUJ area received 3+ inches of water Wednesday night and Thursday morning, with more additions to the rain guage Thursday mid-day. ¬†Farmers are hoping the water drains quickly before damage is done …

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    24 May 12