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  • NUCityHall

    The New Ulm City Council is scheduled to award the contract for nearly $2.7 million worth of Utility, Street and Alley improvements for the city this year during its meeting this (TUE) evening, and will …

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    06 May 14
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    06 May 14
  • Crash2

    Three people were injured in a rollover crash along Highway 60/169 just east of Lake Crystal Sunday evening. A Dodge Ram pickup driven by 55-year-old Peter Jones of Le Sueur was heading eastbound and was …

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    05 May 14
  • WasecaSchools

    Students are returning to class at Waseca High School today (MON) after their classmate, 17-year-old John LaDue was charged with attempted murder late last week for allegedly planning a killing spree at the school. Waseca …

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    05 May 14
  • BuckWhite

    A New Ulm man has been found guilty of possessing stolen firearms and ammunition by a federal jury. 49-year-old Buck Otto White, aka Timothy Joseph Hoffman, was convicted of being a felon in possession of …

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    05 May 14
  • ArthurMlenek

    A 69-year-old school bus driver from rural Waseca is facing several felony charges after authorities allegedly found pornographic images of minors on his home computer. Arthur Gustave Mlenek is facing 19 counts of possession of …

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    05 May 14
  • MNSecurityHospital

    An investigation at the Minnesota Security Hospital in St. Peter has found that a psychiatrist allegedly threatened a patient with electro-convulsive therapy. A report by the Minnesota Department of Human Services says that a vulnerable …

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    05 May 14
  • FrankenInWinthrop

    US Senator Al Franken was in Winthrop Friday morning to discuss the propane shortage of this past winter. Over 50 ag officials, co-op leaders, and area farmers were on hand to talk about possible solutions …

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    05 May 14