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  • NUMiddleSchool

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board on Thursday approved a Facilities Task Force recommendation that calls for constructing a new high school and retooling the uses of the district’s other buildings. The total cost …

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    28 Mar 14
  • GFW

    The GFW school board accepted the immediate resignation of Head Football Coach Pat Hentges this week. Hentges wrote a letter to the board stating that “it has been a pleasure to work with some great …

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    28 Mar 14
  • Marktplatz Mall

    A 19-year-old New Ulm man is facing felony burglary and theft charges in Brown County Court for allegedly stealing from a daycare center. The Little Rascals Daycare in the Markplatz Mall in New Ulm reported …

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    28 Mar 14
  • FrancisMarkey

    In a rare move, the Diocese of New Ulm is suing another diocese, alleging it sent a priest to Minnesota without warning about past accusations of sexual abuse. The lawsuit is against the Diocese of …

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    28 Mar 14
  • LoriHornick-Lindell

    A member of the Hutchinson School Board has been charged with domestic assault after an incident with her husband Tuesday night. Forty-four-year-old Lori Ann Hornick-Lindell was arrested and taken to the McLeod County jail after …

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    28 Mar 14
  • dv563013

    A 20-year-old Mankato man is in custody for allegedly disarming a police officer. Authorities were responding to a report of a suspicious person in the area of Stoltzman Road and Riverfront Drive in Mankato on …

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    28 Mar 14
  • Crops

    A new report says Minnesota farm income dropped dramatically in 2013, largely because of lower corn prices. The annual joint analysis by the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities and University of Minnesota Extension says net …

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    28 Mar 14
  • Unemployment

    Minnesota’s unemployment rate inched up a tenth of a percent to 4.8% in February as employers in the state cut 100 jobs. The Department of Employment and Economic Development’s Steve Hine says that while job …

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    28 Mar 14