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  • BestBuy

    Officials with electronics retailer Best Buy have announced that the company’s store in the City of Hutchinson will not be closing as previously announced. The Hutchinson store had been among five stores in Minnesota scheduled …

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    12 Jul 12
  • FoodShelf

    The McLeod County Emergency Food Shelf is in dire need of donations this month. Officials say that more than 82,000 pounds of food has been distributed in McLeod County since April 1st, and the usage …

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    12 Jul 12
  • GibbonFunFest

    The City of Gibbon celebrates it’s 125th birthday this weekend in conjunction with it’s annual Gibbon FunFest activities. Highlights of Gibbon FunFest this year include a Medallion Hunt, Music in the Park and a Family …

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    12 Jul 12
  • JosephGuggisberg

    A Gibbon man was convicted of 5th-degree assault on Tuesday in Brown County Court. Joseph Sigfred Guggisberg was sentenced to 90-days in jail for the crime, but 75 days of that sentence were stayed, so …

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    12 Jul 12
  • NewUlmEagles

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board will hold the first of it’s monthly “Study Session” meetings today (THU). The board Recently changed it’s monthly schedule so that the meeting on the second Thursday of …

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    12 Jul 12
  • SleepyEye

    The Sleepy Eye City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a total of $1.8-million in infrastructure improvements for the Snow Farm property owned by the city. The project includes industrial, business and residential cul-de-sac development on …

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    12 Jul 12
  • Dollars

    There’s $47-million the legislature left open in the bonding bill, but $288-million in requests from communities across Minnesota. Now, the state Department of Employment and Economic Development decides who gets funded and who doesn’t. The …

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    11 Jul 12
  • FishKill

    The recent heat wave is being blamed for killing thousands of fish in several southern Minnesota lakes. Most of the lakes are shallow, and thus more susceptible to summer fish kills, and most of the …

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    11 Jul 12