Minnesota
  • NUCityCouncil2

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday agreed to amend the City Code to allow alcoholic beverages to be sold during amateur athletic events at the New Ulm Civic Center. The city had previously forbidden …

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    06 Mar 13
  • SchellsBrewery

    New Ulm’s August Schell Brewing Company has announced a multi-million dollar slate of expansion projects. Schell’s President Ted Marti says that the first phase will be a $2-million project, with work expected to get underway …

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    06 Mar 13
  • Snowstorm

    The latest winter storm that began early Monday continues, with the snowfall becoming steady and heavy in many areas overnight. The Minnesota Department of Transportation was reporting difficult driving conditions across much of the local …

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    05 Mar 13
  • Crash

    One person was injured when a semi-truck went off the road on Highway 169 in Le Sueur County early this (TUE) morning. The northbound Volvo semi tractor-trailer drove off the road and into the ditch …

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    05 Mar 13
  • TysonHennis

    A Madelia man was arrested early Sunday morning in Mankato for an alleged assault on a woman that occurred the day before. 27-year-old Tyson Raymond Hennis was involved in another disturbance early Sunday, and the …

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    05 Mar 13
  • HealthCareReform

    The Minnesota House on Monday voted to create a “Health Insurance Exchange” for the state. It’s part of the federal health care reform law that calls for the creation of state-level health exchanges for individuals …

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    05 Mar 13
  • NUCityHall

    The New Ulm City Council is scheduled to consider a development agreement with Frontier Labs this (TUE) evening that includes a tax abatement program. The tax breaks would help the laboratory set up operations in …

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    05 Mar 13
  • Demographics

    Minnesota is headed toward a significant milestone in which more of its residents are senior citizens than school-aged. A state demographer told a panel of top legislators Monday that Minnesota is on course to reach …

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    05 Mar 13