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  • WhiteHouse

    A Sibley County farm was honored Monday at the White House. Martin and Loretta Jaus have a 410-acre organic farm six miles north and two miles west of Gibbon. They were among 12 recipients who …

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    27 Oct 15
  • Highway 14 sign

    Existing Highway 14 from Nicollet to North Mankato re-opened to traffic and 3 today (Monday). Motorists are advised to stay alert as work on the new lanes north of the existing highway will continue until …

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    26 Oct 15
  • House fire

    A house fire on Saturday left a young family homeless, but unhurt. The fire occurred at 326 South Franklin in New Ulm at the home of Andy Cardin and Tabitha Gwin. Cardin has been deep …

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    26 Oct 15
  • car accident

    A Winthrop man received serious injuries in an accident Saturday in Renville County. Thirty-five-year-old Kent A. Rebendall of Winthrop was driving a Jeep Grand Cherokee on Highway 4 at 620th Avenue when he lost control …

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    26 Oct 15
  • UND Logo

    The University of North Dakota announced recently that voting for a new school nickname will go to a runoff among the top three vote-getters from the first round. Since none of the 5 options received …

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    26 Oct 15
  • Canadian Pacific representatives as well as Brown County law enforcement will get a train crew's view of the world today as part of an Officer On A Train event.

    Law enforcement from Brown County will get a train crew’s view of the world today as part of an Officer On A Train event. Representatives from Canadian Pacific and the sheriff’s office met at the …

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    26 Oct 15
  • Pictured from left, Alison Miller, Jasmin Miller, Manny Miller and Pat Klossner.

    Two New Ulm women were honored Sunday at the Lind House and received the New Ulm Human Rights award. Alison Miller and Pam Klossner say they are humbled to be recipients of the award that …

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    26 Oct 15
  • courtw

    The legal battle between the Sibley East School District and a rural Gaylord farmer continues. Nathan Kranz’s attorney is seeking attorney fees as sanctions under Rule 11 civil procedures. The motion is based on the …

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    24 Oct 15