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  • ISD88SchoolBoard

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board on Thursday approved a boy’s hockey cooperative agreement with Sleepy Eye and Springfield schools. Superintendent Harold Remme says it will be a beneficial move for District 88. The …

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    28 Oct 11
  • ManufacturersWeek

    The second annual “Tour of Manufacturing” takes place Saturday across the state. Spokesperson Wayne Anderson says it’s a great opportunity for you to see what types of job opportunities are out there. Minnesotans can tour …

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    28 Oct 11
  • Counterfeit

    The last of 8 people involved in a southern Minnesota counterfeiting ring has admitted her guilt. 34-year-old Heather Ann Cameron of Albert Lea pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of counterfeiting US currency. Cameron was …

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    28 Oct 11
  • MotorcycleCrash

    A Madelia man was seriously injured in a motorcycle crash near Gaylord Thursday night. It happened at just before 10pm on westbound Highway 5. A 2008 Harley Davidson driven by 29-year-old John Byro collided with …

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    28 Oct 11
  • Train

    Residents of Brown County may notice trains moving a little faster in the near future. Recent improvements to enhance safety and upgrade rail corridor infrastructure are complete in Brown County, and beginning November 10th Canadian …

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    28 Oct 11
  • PrescriptionDrugs

    Authorities are reminding everyone to secure their prescription medications following the accidental overdose of 2 young children Thursday morning. Mankato Public Safety officers were called to a home where at least 2 children were thought …

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    28 Oct 11
  • Wrobleski1

    A Willmar man accused of leading local authorities on a week-long manhunt following a string of thefts entered a Not Guilty plea in court this week. 38-year-old Matthew James Wrobleski has been charged with 9 …

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    27 Oct 11
  • BavarianBlast

    The future of New Ulm’s Bavarian Blast was discussed Wednesday evening during the festival’s board of directors annual meeting. The severe heat of this past July caused serious financial problems for New Ulm’s summer festival. …

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    27 Oct 11