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  • BrokJunkermeier

    A 19-year-old Willmar man will be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole this (WED) morning. Brok Junkermeier unexpectedly pleaded guilty to first-degree murder last Wednesday for the killing of 79-year-old Lila …

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    09 Apr 14
  • TanishaMedina

    A New Ulm woman accused of helping another woman scam an elderly person out of tens of thousands of dollars was convicted of theft by swindle on Monday. 26-year-old Tanisha Fae Medina had been facing …

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    09 Apr 14
  • Cryptolocker

    A computer virus which had been affecting businesses in the Hutchinson area has now been reported in New Ulm. At least two New Ulm businesses have fallen victim to the “EncryptoLocker” ransomware Trojan. It targets …

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    09 Apr 14
  • Bullying

    The Minnesota House approved a controversial Anti-Bullying Bill at shortly after midnight this (WED) morning following nearly 12 hours of debate. The final vote was 69-63, with all Republicans and a couple of Democrats in …

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    09 Apr 14
  • Dollars

    The Minnesota Senate on Tuesday night passed a supplemental budget bill which would spend about $200-million of the expected budget surplus on a variety of state programs. The high points include a 5% wage increase …

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    09 Apr 14
  • NewUlmAreaCareerExpo

    Around 50 businesses will be on hand at the New Ulm Civic Center Wednesday afternoon for the 7th annual New Ulm Area Career Expo. The event involves 10th-grade students from the 3 high schools in …

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    09 Apr 14
  • HometownHeroApril2014

    KNUJ’s Hometown Hero for the month of April is Judy Loewe of Henderson. Judy volunteers her time in numerous ways around the community. She serves on the Sibley County Museum Board, chairs blood drives, helps …

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    09 Apr 14
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    09 Apr 14