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  • HalfStaffFlag

    Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has ordered that flags at all state and federal buildings be flown at half-staff until sunset on Saturday to honor the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. Dayton signed a proclamation …

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    17 Apr 13
  • EPulltabs

    Minnesota House members are considering ways to make electronic pulltab games a more reliable source of funds for the new Minnesota Vikings stadium. The House Commerce Committee met Tuesday to discuss the lagging pulltab sales …

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    17 Apr 13
  • Student Writing

    A standardized math test for about 15,000 students in Minnesota was disrupted by computer problems on Tuesday. The state Department of Education temporarily suspended online testing when a computer server malfunctioned and some students were …

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    17 Apr 13
  • HumanRights

    The New Ulm Human Rights Commission has announced the winners of this year´s poster and essay contests. The theme of this year´s Human Rights contest was “Bullying,” with entries emphasizing the fact that bullying is …

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    17 Apr 13
  • job_fair1

      Job/Career Fair  Monday, April 22, 2013 Holiday Inn, New Ulm 2:00-6:00pm   The following vendors will be at the Job/Career Fair:  3M Company Firmenich House of Print, Madelia J&R Schugel Trucking New Ulm Bus …

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    16 Apr 13
  • Crash

    A Medford woman is recovering at a Twin Cities hospital after being involved in a car crash in Nicollet County Friday afternoon. It happened at just after 2:30pm on County Road 5, the Fort Road. …

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    16 Apr 13
  • Walleye

    Department of Natural Resources officials have completed a three-year investigation into the illegal buying and selling of walleye from four Minnesota lakes. Operation Squarehook will likely result in charges against at least 40 people, but …

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    16 Apr 13
  • BryanLydick

    The Redwood Area Hospital will soon have a new CEO. The Redwood Falls City Council has appointed Bryan Lydick of Indian River, Michigan to the position, with an anticipated start-date of June 3rd. Lydick has …

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    16 Apr 13