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  • NewUlmSeal

    The New Ulm City Council meets later today (TUE). Old business being taken care of during the meeting includes motions to authorize the funds for a total of 4 new entrance signs for the city …

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    06 Sep 11
  • Icicles1

    Residents in far northern Minnesota got a brisk reminder this past weekend that summer is coming to an end. The National Weather Service in Duluth reported a number of below-freezing temperatures Sunday night into Monday …

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    06 Sep 11
  • Tiara

    Thousands flocked to the small town of Godahl on Monday for the 56th annual Godahl Day Labor Day Celebration, and a new Miss Godahl was crowned during the festivities. Miss Godahl 2011 is Amanda Sondag. …

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    06 Sep 11
  • SafeandSober

    Minnesota Department of Public Safety officials say the number of alcohol-related deaths in the state last year was the lowest on record. The data shows that 131 motorists died in alcohol-related crashes in Minnesota last …

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    06 Sep 11
  • Tiara

    The crowning of a new Miss New Ulm and her Princesses will take place this coming Saturday night. A total of 17 young ladies are in the running for Miss New Ulm this year. The …

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    05 Sep 11
  • NUBMX

    The New Ulm Police Department is investigating an incident of vandalism at the city’s BMX bike track. The crime was reported at just after 3:30pm Friday at the park on the 300 Block of 3rd …

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    05 Sep 11
  • musicnotes

    The small town of Godahl will have thousands of visitors today (MON) for the 56th annual Godahl Day Labor Day Celebration. The entertainment in Godahl gets underway at 9:30 this morning with Arnie and Friends, …

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    05 Sep 11
  • Roadwork

    A detour in the City of St. Peter will continue for the first half of September. Washington Avenue between Riverview Road and Highway 169 in St. Peter has been closed for several weeks. Officials say …

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    05 Sep 11