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  • MarkWetsch

    The bank robber known as the “Man in Black” has legally changed his name as he represents himself in court. 50-year-old Mark Wetsch has admitted to stealing more than $110,000 in 31 bank robberies across …

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    26 Sep 13
  • TractorOnRoad

    As the harvest gets underway around the local area, the Minnesota Department of Transportation is reminding motorists and farm equipment operators to safely share the road. An increased number of large farm implements will be …

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    26 Sep 13
  • DaytonDisapproves

    Governor Dayton spoke about the state’s minimum wage Wednesday, and said that he will be disappointed if the Legislature doesn’t push up Minnesota’s wage next session. Dayton made the remarks to a retiree council of …

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    26 Sep 13
  • Dollars

    The New Ulm Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday awarded over a million dollars worth of bids on 3 upcoming projects in the community. MR Paving and Excavating was awarded a bid for more-than $85,000 to …

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    26 Sep 13
  • NUEagles

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board is scheduled to approve a preliminary tax levy for 2014 this (THU) evening. The board is expected to approve the maximum levy amount possible, around $6.2-million. The final …

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    26 Sep 13
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    26 Sep 13
  • HospitalPatient

    A rural Danube man involved in a car crash in rural Renville County last week has died from his injuries. The accident happened last Monday about 8 miles south of Danube. A 2008 Jeep driven …

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    25 Sep 13
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    A Fairfax man who was sentencedĀ  to more than 9 years in prison in Sibley County Court earlier this year for criminal sexual conduct was sentenced to another 17 years on Tuesday in Nicollet County …

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    25 Sep 13