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  • Flu

    Flu activity across Minnesota is no longer considered “sporadic” since cases have increased in the latest reporting period. The state Health Department says another Minnesotan died in the past week, bringing the total to five …

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    24 Feb 12
  • Fatal

    A St. Peter man is dead following a rollover accident in Rice County Thursday afternoon. It happened at just after 12:30pm on Highway 3 just south of Northfield. 64-year old Gerald Gunderson was reportedly driving …

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    24 Feb 12
  • ISD88SchoolBoard

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board on Thursday gave it’s approval to early retirement requests from a total of 8 staff members. Superintendent Harold Remme says that the early retirement incentive is just one …

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    24 Feb 12
  • KMart

    The New Ulm K-Mart store will be closing it’s doors for good in the coming months. The announcement came Thursday that the K-Mart stores in New Ulm and Monticello would be part of the latest …

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    24 Feb 12
  • Dayton1

    Governor Dayton is in Washington DC for the winter meeting of the National Governors Association. Dayton is joining other Democratic governors today (FRI) for meetings at the White House as well as a meeting of …

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    24 Feb 12
  • Legislature Approves Jacob's Law

    Governor Dayton has signed a bill to close a loophole in state sex offender law in response to the upcoming release of a convicted child molester into a halfway house. Current state law required community …

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    24 Feb 12
  • LCWM

    The Lake Crystal Wellcome Memorial School Board has narrowed down it’s pool of potential superintendents to 3 finalists. Current Lake Crystal Superintendent Les Norman is retiring on June 30th after 12 years with the district. …

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    24 Feb 12
  • WinterDriving

    Forecasters have updated the snowy forecast over southern Minnesota today (THU). In the past few hours, the National Weather Service has watched the incoming February clipper move on a more southerly track. Meteorologist Steve Woolenhouse …

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    23 Feb 12