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  • DefendersMonument1

    The New Ulm Defenders Monument was put back into its place on Center Street on Thursday after being removed for repairs this past October. The Defender’s Monument was originally erected in 1891 by the State …

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    05 Apr 13
  • Grackle

    The 29th annual Grackle Days festivities got underway Thursday evening in the City of Winthrop, and continue through the weekend. The theme of the celebration this year is the “Wide World Of Sports.” Highlights include …

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    05 Apr 13
  • Springfield

    The City of Springfield holds its annual Home Improvement, Yard and Garden Show this weekend. The free show takes place from 4 to 8pm today (FRI) and 9 a-m to 2pm on Saturday at the …

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    05 Apr 13
  • Bock Pic

    New Ulm’s August Schell Brewing Company has been awarded gold and silver World Beer Championship medals from the Beverage Testing Institute for its Bock and Barleywine Ale. Schell’s Bock scored a 93 in the Beverage …

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    05 Apr 13
  • JeffBertrangHeadshot

    The GFW School Board on Wednesday accepted the resignation of Superintendent Jeff Bertrang and officially released him from his contract with the district, and about an hour later he was officially hired by the New …

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    04 Apr 13
  • ChildAbuseToddler

    A Henderson man accused of physically abusing his girlfriend’s 15-month-old daughter is scheduled to be in court for an Omnibus Hearing today (THU). 24-year-old Bryan Christopher Delbridge has been charged with felony 3rd-degree assault, domestic …

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    04 Apr 13
  • ScottSchaible

    A drug raid at the home of an Eagle Lake businessman this week led to additional charges being filed, including receiving stolen property, insurance fraud, and possession of child pornography. 50-year-old Scott Michael Schaible made …

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    04 Apr 13
  • MNLegislature

    Minnesota lawmakers are pushing a new grant program that would give government rebates and bonuses to companies that upgrade facilities and add new jobs. The proposed $18.5-million “Minnesota Job Creation Fund” is a feature of …

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    04 Apr 13