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  • criminal charges

    A Gibbon man is facing sexual offense charges. Fifty-five-year-old Dan Palmer Wiler was charged with felony third-degree criminal sexual conduct and gross misdemeanor fifth-degree criminal sexual conduct. According to the criminal complaint, the Sibley County …

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    09 Jun 16
  • Jensen, belko, benson mugs

    One man is facing murder charges and two others are accused of aiding and abetting murder in the death of Cheyenne Clough. Shawn Benson of Maple Lake was charged with second-degree intentional murder in the …

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    09 Jun 16
  • Fort Ridgely State Park

    The Friends of Fort Ridgely have presented the Department of Natural Resources a counter offer in an effort to keep the golf course at Fort Ridgely State Park open.  The DNR has said it will …

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    09 Jun 16
  • Ney Nature Center

    Despite detours and limited highway traffic, the Ney Nature Center offiers natural throughs through Le Sueur County and summer programs. Railroad bridge reconstruction on the east side of the Minnesota River between Henderson and the …

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    09 Jun 16
  • Arts Center of St. Peter

    The Arts Center of St. Peter has been awarded a state grant to expand its class curriculum. The $12,000 grant comes from the Minnesota State Arts Board through its Community arts Education Support program. Summer …

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    09 Jun 16
  • German Park amphitheater

    The New Ulm Municipal Band is set to play another series in German Park in New Ulm this summer starting tonight (Wednesday).  Director Don Yurack says they play a mixture of marches, novelty and show …

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    08 Jun 16
  • Felicia Brockoff

    860 AM KNUJ/SAM 107-3 and your New Ulm Hy-Vee announce this month’s Hometown Hero.  It’s Felicia Brockoff of Arlington.  Felicia has done so much for the Cancer Cruise of Sibley County.  This was the fifth …

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    08 Jun 16
  • New Ulm image

    The Reinvest in New Ulm committee approved the top six projects to recommend for potential local sales tax funding during their final meeting Tuesday night.  The projects are – water park and aquatics pool improvements, …

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    08 Jun 16