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  • NUCityCouncil

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday agreed upon increases to the city’s liquor license fees, but not as much as originally proposed. The initial proposal had called for increasing annual on-sale liquor licenses by …

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    02 Nov 11
  • GrainBins1

    Experts say the nation’s more than 10,000 grain elevators are safer than ever, despite a weekend explosion that killed six people in Kansas. Fine, highly combustible dust flows through grain elevator buildings as the grain …

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    02 Nov 11
  • DeerVehicle

    A Waseca woman was hospitalized this (TUE) morning after her car was hit by a deer, causing her to sideswipe another vehicle. 46-year-old Tammy Krohn was driving a Pontiac Grand Prix southbound on Highway 13 …

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    01 Nov 11
  • AlvisMore

    A 77-year-old rural Pemberton man was killed while battling a field fire Monday afternoon. Former Blue Earth County Commissioner Alvis More was apparently burning garbage in a portion of a field that had already been …

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    01 Nov 11
  • EricSolorzano

    Authorities have confirmed the identity of human remains discovered in a wooded area near Granite Falls over the weekend.

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    01 Nov 11
  • PrescriptionDrugs

    Prescription drug drop-offs were held around the local area, and the nation on Saturday, and locally are being called a great success. These “Take-Back” events are coordinated by the Drug Enforcement Agency, and local sites …

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    01 Nov 11
  • TyronCollins1

    A Jackson man has been found guilty of murdering his brother following a jury trial in Blue Earth County Court. 39-year-old Tyron Louis Collins was convicted of 2 counts of 2nd-degree murder in court Friday, …

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    01 Nov 11
  • Temperature

    Warmer and drier than normal. That was October in Minnesota this year. Most places around the state saw less than an inch of rainfall, and many were an inch or two below-normal for the month. …

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    01 Nov 11