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  • Bloodmobile3

    The American Red Cross Bloodmobile is making stops in New Ulm and Sleepy Eye this week as Red Cross Month comes to a close and National Volunteer Month gets underway. Eligible donors will have the …

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    31 Mar 14
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    31 Mar 14
  • BrokJunkermeier

    The first day of testimony has wrapped up in the Willmar murder trial of 19-year-old Brok Junkermeier.  He’s charged with first and second-degree murder for the July 2013 stabbing and strangulation death of 79-year-old Lila …

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    29 Mar 14
  • MatthewPowell

    A New Ulm man is facing a terroristic threats charge in Brown County Court. 29-year-old Matthew C. Powell is accused of threatening to kill a person who had come to his residence to retrieve a …

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    29 Mar 14
  • Scam

    The Minnesota Better Business Bureau is warning residents about the latest scam involving fake sweepstakes winnings. It begins when you receive a phony letter claiming you’ve won a significant amount of money–sometimes millions of dollars. …

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    29 Mar 14
  • MNsure

    Callers to Minnesota’s health insurance exchange were experiencing longer waits this week as the deadline for open enrollment approaches. As expected, MNsure is experiencing an upsurge in calls as residents try to sign up for …

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    29 Mar 14
  • Flu2

    The flu season is winding down in Minnesota, but there is still some activity around the state.  The Department of Health reports 28 influenza-related hospitalizations over the past week, compared to 33 the previous week. …

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    29 Mar 14
  • DrunkDriving

    Minnesota state lawmakers would no longer have immunity from drunk-driving arrests under a bill that’s passed a House committee. The Civil Law Committee passed the measure Friday. But its future is in doubt because a …

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    29 Mar 14