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  • Springfield

    The Springfield City Manager will leave his post at Springfield as he has accepted a job in Jackson. Matt Skaret was offered the position of Jackson City Administrator. Skaret has served as Springfield City Manager …

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    19 Apr 18
  • Redwood Hospital

    Redwood Area Hospital together with the City of Redwood Falls announces they have taken the initial steps toward joining the new regional health system Carris Health, a subsidiary of CentraCare Health. The Redwood Falls City …

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    19 Apr 18
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    19 Apr 18
  • Herbergers

    Bon-Ton Stores Incorporated is officially bankrupt. Bon-Ton, which operates Herberger’s and Younkers among its 250 stores in 23 states, declared bankruptcy in February. As of early April the company was working to find a bidder …

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    18 Apr 18
  • RENU

    The New Ulm City Council approved a timeline for the design, bidding, construction and financing of RENU projects as well as the creation of a RENU Oversight Committee. According to the timeline recommend by the …

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    18 Apr 18
  • Belle Plaine

    The Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Education is not in support of a community center in Belle Plaine the way it is proposed. The school district was informed by a letter from Dr. Brenda …

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    18 Apr 18
  • roundabout

    The Brown County Board approved an agreement with the Minnesota Department of Transportation for construction of a roundabout at the intersection of State Highway 4 north of Sleepy Eye and County Road 29. MnDOT has …

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    18 Apr 18
  • crosswalks

    The New Ulm City Council authorized the installation of enhanced crosswalk markings at 17 crosswalks most children use when traveling to school on foot. Cindy Winters with the Heart of New Ulm and Safe Routes …

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    18 Apr 18