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  • HospitalPatient

    New Ulm’s Oak Hills Living Center has been found negligent in the death of a resident last August because a nurse failed to perform CPR. The Minnesota Department of Health found that the nursing home …

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    13 Feb 14
  • MinnesotaNationalGuard

    Three Minnesota National Guard recruiting assistants have been linked to a national scandal that involved alleged kickbacks for recruiting soldiers. The Recruiting Assistance Program began in 2005 to boost military ranks, and paid soldiers and …

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    13 Feb 14
  • FatherJ.VincentFitzgerald

    A civil lawsuit is being filed against the Diocese of New Ulm. The lawsuit comes from an unidentified man who claims he was sexually abused by the now-deceased . The man reportedly met Father Fitzgerald …

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    13 Feb 14
  • RestrainingStudents

    A new Senate committee report suggests that Minnesota parents have little legal recourse if their children are unjustly restrained or secluded in schools. The report by the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee was …

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    13 Feb 14
  • SnowyRoad

    The KNUJ listening area is under a Winter Weather Advisory for much of the day. Forecasters are warning that blowing snow will reduce visibility on area roads. Winds are expected to gust as high as …

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    13 Feb 14
  • RedwoodFalls

    The City of Redwood Falls is close to filling a vacant city council seat. The Ward 1 council position in Redwood Falls is currently vacant after Councilor Corey Theis was appointed mayor following the death …

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    13 Feb 14
  • HandicapVoting

    The Minnesota Secretary of State’s office has awarded over $126,000 in federal funds to 44 Minnesota cities, townships and counties to help making polling places accessible to people with disabilities, and the cities of Belle …

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    13 Feb 14
  • SharonHurley

    A New Ulm veterinarian has been named the Veterinarian of the Year by the Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Sharon Hurley of the New Ulm Regional Veterinary Center received the award last weekend. The award …

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    13 Feb 14