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  • FloodLevee

    The construction of a more-than $2-million flood levee along the Minnesota River in New Ulm continues, with the work now approaching the half-way point. The dike will run from 9th South to 19th South Street …

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    24 Sep 12
  • Homecoming

    The High School Homecoming season continues this week, with a total of 9 local-area schools holding weeklong festivities. Area high schools celebrating Homecoming this week include: GFW, Le Sueur/Henderson, New Ulm Cathedral, Nicollet, Redwood Valley, …

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    24 Sep 12
  • FishStory1

    An 11-year-old girl from the heart of central Minnesota now has a true fish story to tell her future grandkids. The girl from Sartell reportedly reeled in a giant fish from Lake Shamineau near the …

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    24 Sep 12
  • Bloodmobile

    The American Red Cross is holding several blood drives around the local area this week, including in New Ulm. The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at the Walnut Grove Community Center from 2 to 7pm …

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    24 Sep 12
  • DeannaMusolf

    A Waseca woman serving time in jail for child abuse was in court this week on theft charges. 42-year-old DeAnna Racquel Musolf has been charged with 3 counts of aiding and abetting theft by false …

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    21 Sep 12
  • Cuffs

    Three Redwood Falls men were charged with multiple felonies this week for their alleged involvement in a recent break-in at A&W Furniture in Redwood Falls. 20-year-old Brandon Mude, 19-year-old Dennis Gines, and 20-year-old David Moore …

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    21 Sep 12
  • GregoryWard1

    A Level 3 Predatory Offender planning to move to the Kasota area next week will now apparently need to look elsewhere following a Community Notification meeting Thursday evening. 47-year-old Gregory Eugene Ward is being released …

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    21 Sep 12
  • AlvinSchlangen

    Jurors have acquitted a Freeport man accused of violating state laws by distributing raw milk to consumers. A jury in Hennepin County acquitted Alvin Schlangen on all counts Thursday. Schlangen is an organic egg producer …

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    21 Sep 12