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  • unfounded accusation

    An accusation of sexual abuse towards a Catholic Priest in Glencoe has been unfounded according to Glencoe police following an investigation. Authorities confirmed Tuesday morning the investigation is complete. Reverend James Devorak, a retired priest …

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    06 Sep 17
  • Leash law

    A recommendation from the New Ulm Park and Recreation Department to reinstate a leash law in New Ulm City Parks was tabled Tuesday evening for the second time. In 2004 the New Ulm City Council …

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    06 Sep 17
  • Julius Berndt Bust

    The architect of the Hermann Monument will be honored at Hermannfest in New Ulm this weekend with an unveiling of a bust in his likeness. New Ulm Hermann Monument Society member Tom Furth says the …

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    06 Sep 17
  • Road open

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation says the only work left to be completed on Highway 14 between Sleepy Eye and Springfield is to finished the rumble strips and road striping. Officials expect the detour sign …

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    06 Sep 17
  • Princess Kay Emily Annexstad1

    The Nicollet County Dairy Association will be hosting an open house to honor the newly crowned 64th Princess Kay of the Milky Way. Emily Annexstad hails from St. Peter and is the daughter of Rolf …

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    06 Sep 17
  • Hurricane Harvey – We Are The United States of America  By Dr. Glenn Mollette

    Hurricane Harvey – We Are The United States of America By Dr. Glenn Mollette Houston and the Texas Gulf Coast are devastated. Never has an area been so blasted by so much rainfall in such …

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    05 Sep 17
  • CarCrashw

    The names of six juveniles all age 14 and under who rolled a pickup on Brown County Road 27 early Saturday morning have been released. Eleven-year-old Elias Alvarez, 14-year-old Ruben Oliverez Junior and 14-year-old Bryan …

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    05 Sep 17
  • stopped school bus

    A reminder as students head back to school today, fines have increased for drivers who fail to stop for school buses when its lights are flashing and the crossing arm is fully extended. The State …

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    05 Sep 17