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    The Minnesota Renaissance Festival needs a home in 2020 and St. Lawrence Township and Jordan residents are concerned about the impacts of traffic at the proposed festival site. Mid-America Festivals, the company that runs the …

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    22 Sep 17
  • Fire

    An insurance investigator determined the cause of the fire that destroyed all vehicles in Truman Bus Service’s garage was startred by a power cable from the battery of a bus shorting out. That fire destroyed …

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    22 Sep 17
  • Glencoe

    A new police officer was sworn in at a recent Glencoe City Council meeting. Brianna Korson is replacing Officer Craig Losure, who retired from the department after 18 years of service. Korson has been a …

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    22 Sep 17
  • Road open

    Broadway is open to four lanes of traffic. After months of traffic being limited to a single lane in both directions, the orange cones have been removed and all lanes are open. A new layer …

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    22 Sep 17
  • Pizza Ranch

    Starting Monday, the Pizza Ranch in New Ulm will be open for a chicken and pizza buffet. Under new ownership, the Pizza Ranch will reopen with carryout, delivery, catering and a buffet. The restaurant will …

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    22 Sep 17
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    21 Sep 17
  • Florida Keys -Would You Have Evacuated?   By Dr. Glenn Mollette

    Florida Keys -Would You Have Evacuated?  By Dr. Glenn Mollette Multitudes of people are suffering through the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in Florida. The Keys and the Caribbean Islands are devastated. Other parts of Florida …

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    21 Sep 17
  • handcuffs

    A 38-year-old New Ulm woman has been charged with felony theft after stealing a vehicle Monday. Shannon M. Minto allegedly stole a 2017 Ford Edge near 9th North Street and Broadway around 2 p.m. Monday …

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    21 Sep 17