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  • MarijuanaJar

    A New Ulm man is facing a pair of felony 5th-degree drug crimes as well as a gross misdemeanor count of negligent storage of firearms after several weapons and a large amount of marijuana was …

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    28 May 14
  • Dayton

    Governor Dayton says he and the legislature revised, reduced or eliminated nearly 1,200 outdated and cumbersome laws and regulations during the 2014 session — what Dayton dubbed the “Unsession.” The governor says tax forms are …

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    28 May 14
  • BrendaCassellius

    Minnesota Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius is in Mankato today (WED) for an informal roundtable discussion about early education. She is also touring an early learning program and talk to parents who enrolled their children in …

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    28 May 14
  • VeteransCemetery

    Dump trucks and bulldozers are busy building Minnesota’s second state veterans cemetery. Workers are transforming about 50 acres of woods and meadows near Preston in Fillmore County. By next spring, it will be a serene …

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    28 May 14
  • CornEmergence

    Good weather has allowed Minnesota farmers to make rapid progress planting crops, but they’re still behind average. The US Department of Agriculture says that Minnesota farmers had a season high of five days suitable for …

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    28 May 14
  • AmyKlobuchar

    US Senator Amy Klobuchar will be visiting several communities in southern Minnesota today (WED), including Nicollet and New Ulm. Klobuchar is conducting a “Highway 14 Tour” of the region to discuss the ongoing efforts to …

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    28 May 14
  • ConcertInThePark

    Memorial Day is the unofficial kickoff of the summer season, and another sure sign that summer is hear is right around the corner, New Ulm’s Monday Night Concerts in the Park. The Concerts in the …

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    28 May 14
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    28 May 14