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  • Facebook

    The City of New Ulm has set up accounts on Facebook and Twitter to announce public safety hazards and concerns. Officials say this will allow city staff instant, real-time communication with New Ulm residents, commuters, …

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    03 Oct 13
  • HomecomingCrowns

    High School Homecomings continue around the area, with new royalty being crowned at several local school districts. The Belle Plaine High School Homecoming Queen is Hannah Johnson, and the Homecoming King is Zach Bahr. Buffalo …

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    03 Oct 13
  • AnaraeSchunk

    Investigators are reporting that a body found near Lonsdale on Monday is missing University of Minnesota student . Her parents provided their daughter’s dental records to police after the body was discovered in a roadside …

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    02 Oct 13
  • Fatal

    A 75-year-old Glencoe man is dead after a collision with a semi-truck Tuesday morning. It happened at just after 7:30am on Highway 212 in Glencoe. The semi was traveling westbound on 212 when a Ford …

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    02 Oct 13
  • FatalCrash2

    The State Patrol continues to investigate a crash on Highway 12 east of Dassel Monday that left one person dead, and more information has now been released. It happened at shortly after 7am Monday just …

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    02 Oct 13
  • Ambulance

    A Lafayette man was hospitalized Tuesday afternoon after driving off the road on Highway 15. Twenty-four-year-old Brett LeBrun was driving a Chevy Impala southbound on 15 when he ran off the road and into the …

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    02 Oct 13
  • dv563013

    A New Ulm man has been charged with felony theft in Brown County Court for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars in cash and electronics from his former roommate. 22-year-old Tyler Patrick Happke is accused of …

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    02 Oct 13
  • USGovernmentShutdown

    Minnesota government officials have activated a special contingency team to assess the potential impact of the federal government’s partial shutdown. Minnesota Management and Budget Commissioner Jim Schowalter took the step Tuesday. He says it’s too …

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    02 Oct 13