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  • Stabbing

    Assault charges are being sought for a woman who allegedly stabbed her boyfriend in the butt Saturday after a long night of drinking. Sheriff’s deputies were called to a house in LeHillier early Saturday morning. …

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    07 Apr 15
  • gaspriceslow

    Average retail gasoline prices in Minnesota have fallen in the past week. According to GasBuddy.com gas prices are now averaging $2.25 per gallon. This compares to $1.22 per gallon lower than one year ago and …

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    07 Apr 15
  • SchoolGarden

    The federal government has approved a new benefit for Minnesota to help pay for intervention services for kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The program is designed to help social interactions, communication and behavioral skills for …

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    07 Apr 15
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    07 Apr 15
  • Job-Fair

    JOB FAIR Wednesday April 22, 2015Best Western, New Ulm(formerly Holiday Inn)2:00 pm – 5:30 pm  Participating Vendors: 3MAMPIAngie’s Artisan TreatsCAB ConstructionChristensen FarmsCorn PlusCreation TechnologiesDavisco FoodsDivine ProvidenceDoherty Staffing SolutionsElkay Wood ProductsFarmers Union IndustriesFranendorfer ContractingGood Samaritan SocietyHabilitative …

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    06 Apr 15
  • BlueEarthCountyCourthouse

    A Blue Earth County Judge has ordered that personal records for a teen who died last year after taking a synthetic drug will be released for the court to review. The order requires the release …

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    06 Apr 15
  • BrownCounty

    The length and quality of life in Brown County are above average according to the 2015 County Health Rankings recently released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. …

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    06 Apr 15
  • Tractor

    A new study by University of Wisconsin Madison shows that Minnesota converted more wetlands into farmland than any other state when crop prices spiked between 2008 and 2012. About 250,000 acres, or nearly 400 square …

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    06 Apr 15