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  • FoodStamps

    The state Human Services Department says that most food stamp recipients will see their benefits decrease on November 1st as extra funding provided by the federal government during the recession comes to an end. Commissioner …

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    30 Oct 13
  • Detour

    Minnesota Department of Transportation officials say that motorists traveling east of Green Isle will continue to encounter delays and a detour as both directions of Highway 25 remain closed. Mn/DOT says that you should follow …

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    30 Oct 13
  • NicolletSchool

    Election Days is less than a week away, and a total of 4 area school districts will be asking voters to approve levy referendums this year, including Nicollet. District residents there will be asked to …

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    30 Oct 13
  • PolarPlunge

    Winter is right around the corner, and for anyone anxious to jump into a frozen lake – for a good cause – the registration is now open for the 2014 St. Peter Polar Bear Plunge. …

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    30 Oct 13
  • SabrinaSvechla

    A farewell get-together was held Monday night in New Ulm to say goodbye to the latest New Ulm Sister Cities Hans Joohs Exchange intern from Germany. Sabrina Svechla has spent around 3 months in New …

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    30 Oct 13
  • RiverBendALC

    The River Bend Alternative Learning Center in New Ulm is holding its 3rd annual “Big Book Blitz” today (WED). Highlights include a Scholastic Book Fair, a silent auction, Haunted House, concession stand, homemade pies, a …

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    30 Oct 13
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    30 Oct 13
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     The Minnesota Timberwolves open the 2013-14 season with a home game tonight against Orlando at the Target Center.  The Wolves enter a season with heightened expectations.  Minnesota has Kevin Love and Ricky Rubio both back …

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    30 Oct 13