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  • Dollars

    The University of Minnesota has extended a tuition freeze for a second year for undergraduate Minnesota residents. The Board of Regents on Friday approved the freeze as part of a $3.6-billion budget for the 2014-15 …

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    14 Jun 14
  • KrisWiley

    The New Ulm Public Library will have a new director as of Monday. The Library Board on Thursday unanimously approved the appointment of Kris Wiley to the position of director. She has served as the …

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    14 Jun 14
  • Hermann2

    The cities of New Ulm and St. Peter have made the list of the “Ten Most Intriguing Cities in Greater Minnesota.”  The list was compiled by the website www.thetangential.com. New Ulm comes in at Number …

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    14 Jun 14
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    14 Jun 14
  • Crash

    A Heron Lake woman was injured in a car accident on Interstate 90 near Worthington early Thursday morning. 22-year-old Karstin Brown was driving a Chevy Monte Carlo westbound on I-90 when the accident happened at …

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    13 Jun 14
  • DelbertHuber2

    The 83-year-old rural Paynesville man convicted of killing a teacher from Albertville in 2011 has died in prison. Delbert Huber died Wednesday night in the Faribault state prison. Foul play is not suspected. Huber was …

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    13 Jun 14
  • Meth

    Two residents of Omaha, Nebraska were arrested in Steele County recently after authorities allegedly found around 20-pounds of methamphetamine in their vehicle during a traffic stop on Interstate 35. A Minnesota State Trooper had reportedly …

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    13 Jun 14
  • Burglars

    A number of home break-ins are under investigation in the Faribault area, and residents are being advised to be on the alert for suspicious activity. There were three daytime burglaries reported on Wednesday, and in …

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    13 Jun 14