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    A New Ulm man was charged Monday with two counts of felony criminal sexual conduct for inappropriately touching a 4-year-old girl. Fifty-eight-year-old Lynn Arvin Zimanski touched the girl’s buttocks on multiple occasions in 2016. According …

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    10 May 17
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    The Sleepy Eye City Council approved a resolution Tuesday night for Sleepy Eye Liquors to exclusively get a liquor store license as of June 20th. The liquor store is expected to open next to Schutz …

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    10 May 17
  • Leading Sibley County 2017

    Twenty-one participants graduated from the inaugural class of Leading Sibley Together Leadership Program recently. With its mission to develop leadership by connecting people, businesses and communities to create a stronger tomorrow, the group met once …

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    10 May 17
  • Sex crimes

    A New Ulm man charged with multiple sex crimes in Brown County is now charged with sex crimes in Blue Earth County. 21-year-old Colten Chase Camacho was charged Monday with felony sexual conduct and felony …

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    09 May 17
  • New Ulm Medical Center

    The Allina Health System, which includes the New Ulm Medical Center, is restricting visitors younger than 5-years-old because of the measles outbreak in the state. The restriction was originally placed on children under who didn’t …

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    09 May 17
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    A petition for the City of Arlington to keep its own city police department was presented to Mayor Rich Nagel and councilors at a recent council meeting. The petition was signed by 420 residents and …

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    09 May 17
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    Veterans, family and friends gathered at Winnebago Avenue in Fairmont Saturday to celebrate the groundbreaking for the Martin County Veterans Memorial. The land was donated by Doug and Diana Kahler and Martin County Commissioners have …

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    09 May 17
  • Minnesotas largest candy store

    Minnesota’s Largest Candy store in Jordan is expanding again. The latest expansion is a silo-like structure to go with the barn on the property. The new addition is decorated in a science fiction theme complete …

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    09 May 17