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  • CreditCardSwipe

    Michaels Inc, a popular art-and-craft store chain, is warning customers of a possible data breach similar to the one that plagued Target over the holidays.  Michaels CEO Chuck Rubin says they are working closely with …

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    28 Jan 14
  • USCapitol

    US House and Senate negotiators say they’ve reached agreement on a new five-year Farm Bill. The bill reportedly would cut funding for food stamps about 1% per year, or about $800-million.  That’s more than the …

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    28 Jan 14
  • HubClubAward2014

    The New Ulm Farm-City Hub Club honored Pete and Linda Neigebauer with the 2014 Service to Agriculture Award on Monday. Pete Neigebauer is in his 25th year as an agribusiness instructor at South Central College, …

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    28 Jan 14
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    It’s Lafayette Day today (TUE) on KNUJ as the 2014 Town Days Tour continues. Brian Filzen is broadcasting from Dave’s Place in Lafayette this afternoon. His guests will include the Lafayette Charter School’s Andrea Harder, …

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    28 Jan 14
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    28 Jan 14
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    27 Jan 14
  • Snowstorm

    Subzero temperatures, high winds and drifting snow have closed schools and major roadways in Minnesota, with state officials cautioning against unnecessary travel. The Minnesota State Patrol and the Department of Transportation advise against venturing out …

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    27 Jan 14
  • Crash

    A 12-year-old New Ulm boy was the only one injured in a 4-vehicle collision on Highway 15 north of Lafayette late Sunday afternoon. The 4 vehicles involved were a Chevy Trailblazer driven by 24-year-old Aaron …

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    27 Jan 14