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  • PaulWickenhauser

    A 22-year-old Cokato man who was sentenced to over 5 years in prison in August for a car crash that killed 3 people last year has now been ordered to pay more than $37,000 in …

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    11 Dec 13
  • KohlsWeelborg

    Authorities are investigating the theft of more than $15,000 worth of tires from the Kohls-Weelborg car dealership on the west end of New Ulm. The thefts were reported at just before 7pm Sunday. A total …

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    11 Dec 13
  • BarbaraMordah

    A New Ulm woman who had been accused of making methamphetamine in her home has been sentenced to 5 years of probation after pleading guilty to a felony charge of storing meth paraphernalia in the …

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    11 Dec 13
  • MichaelLindberg

    A 20-year-old New Ulm man accused of burglarizing 2 businesses in Essig late last year has been sentenced to 20 years of supervised probation for the crimes. Michael J. Lindberg stole a desktop safe after …

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    11 Dec 13
  • SleepyEyeCityCouncil

    The Sleepy Eye City Council approved the city’s tax levy and budget for 2014 Tuesday evening following a Truth In Taxation hearing. The Sleepy Eye property tax levy for next year will go down by …

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    11 Dec 13
  • AlyssaAuten

    The Nicollet County Historical Society Board of Directors has hired a new director for the organization. Alyssa Auten will replace former director Ben Leonard, whose last day on the job was Friday. Auten will be …

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    11 Dec 13
  • NUCommunityFriendsThanksgiving

    The KNUJ Hometown Hero for December is a group this month: the New Ulm Community Friends organization. For 26 years now hundreds of volunteers have banded together to prepare and serve a free Thanksgiving meal …

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    11 Dec 13
  • Doctor

    Americans are getting healthier, and Minnesota is ranked the third healthiest state in the nation in the annual America’s Health Rankings report. The study finds improvements in more than two-thirds of the areas measured.  Fewer …

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    11 Dec 13