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  • Legislative session

    The Minnesota House recently approved a bill for $1.35 billion in tax relief. Representative Paul Torkelson of Hanska says $269 million in relief is provided for Minnesota’s senior citizens by increasing the income limit thresholds …

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    31 Mar 17
  • Schells

    Schell’s is releasing a new beer that uses barley grown along the Fort Road in New Ulm. Long-time high school friends, head brewer Jace Marti and local farmers, Nate Gieseke and Tim Kohn have entered …

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    31 Mar 17
  • CADA

    The Committee Against Domestic Abuse was recently awarded a $5,000 grant for therapy services from Consolidated Communications. The grant will allow CADA to provide nearly 70 free hours of therapy to victims of domestic and …

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    31 Mar 17
  • Sibley East adds daycare for school-aged children

    The Sibley East School Board recently approved adding and advertising for a school age care coordinator and Community Education Assistant beginning in May. School age childcare will be available before and after school for children …

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    31 Mar 17
  • MEGA AUCTION

    Don’t miss the KNUJ Mega Auction – 30 % – 40 % – up to 50 % OFF !   8:30-10:00 am! Great deals on vacations, dining, events and much more!   Business Description AJ …

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    30 Mar 17
  • fatal  car crashw

    A WElls man was killed Wednesday on Highway 22 south of Mapleton. The state patrol says a Buick LeSabre driven by 65-year-old Alan Lucas Remington was traveling south on Highway 22. A straight truck driven …

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    30 Mar 17
  • motorcyclecrash

    Mankato Police have identified the motorcyclist killed early Wednesday morning. Twenty-seven-year-old Anthony James Goodsell of Mankato died when his motorcycle went off the road and crashed into a brick wall at the intersection of Adams …

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    30 Mar 17
  • Watonwan County

    Three area counties held steady from last year in a health ranking report released Wednesday. The rankings measure health outcomes, length and quality of life, health factors and behaviors. Nicollet, Brown and Watonwan counties held …

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    30 Mar 17