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  • RedwoodFalls

    The Redwood Falls City Council approved a major road renovation project for the community this week. The Minnesota Department of Transportation plans to do a $790,000 mill and overlay of Highway 67 from Redwood Falls …

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    22 Feb 13
  • EthanolPlant

    High corn prices and a low return on ethanol has led to the loss of 45 full-time jobs in Fairmont. Biofuel Energy Corporation stopped producing ethanol in September, but at that time said they were …

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    22 Feb 13
  • Crash

    Two people were injured in a car crash on Highway 15 near Brownton Wednesday afternoon. A 2000 Ford Taurus driven by 21-year-old Andrew Vaubel of Sleepy Eye was southbound on 15 when it collided with …

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    21 Feb 13
  • KatieLewis

    A former Hutchinson woman who admitted to pinching the nose of her 5-month-old son to stop him from breathing has been sentenced to 120 days in jail and 3 years of probation for the crime. …

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    21 Feb 13
  • DavidRadtke1

    The Minnesota Court of Appeals has denied the appeal of a former pastor from rural Gibbon found guilty of molesting a 16-year-old foreign exchange student. 53-year-old David Edwin Radtke, who now lives in Kansas, was …

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    21 Feb 13
  • NUCityCouncil2

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday awarded the bid for the city’s Harman Park Accessibility and Renovation Project. The work will include adding handicap-accessible restrooms to the Harmann Park shelter and expanding and renovating …

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    21 Feb 13
  • SPOTS

    The New Ulm Human Rights Commission has announced the recipient of the annual Human Rights Award. New Ulm native Sheldon Rieke is being honored for his dedication to SPOTS, or Students Performing On Tough Situations. …

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    21 Feb 13
  • MNCapitol

    The long process of repairing the exterior stone on the Minnesota State Capitol is getting underway. Crews began installing scaffolding this week to make repairs to the deteriorating Georgia marble facade. The three-phase project is …

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    21 Feb 13