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  • Fire

    A home in the New Ulm Mobile Village was destroyed by a fire early this (MON) morning. The fire was reported at shortly after midnight, but New Ulm Fire Chief Paul Macho says that the …

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    30 Apr 12
  • SWAT

    A Jordan man was involved in a 5-hour standoff with police Friday night after an altercation at a bar. Authorities say that 24-year-old Jacob Strayer got into a fight at a bar on Eldarado Drive …

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    30 Apr 12
  • Bloodmobile

    The American Red Cross Bloodmobile is making some stops around the area this week, including in New Ulm. On Tuesday eligible donors can give blood at the Comfrey Community Center from 1 to 7pm. Wednesday …

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    30 Apr 12
  • Temperature2

    The month of April ends with warmer air moving into Minnesota. Statewide highs today (MON) should reach into the 60′s and 70′s, following a rather wet weekend. During that time, the threat of wildfires decreased, …

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    30 Apr 12
  • Fireworks

    Governor Dayton has vetoed a bill that would have legalized aerial and audible fireworks in Minnesota, saying it was the hardest legislative decision he has ever made. The governor says most Minnesotans are responsible enough …

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    30 Apr 12
  • Detours

    A detour will be put into place beginning today (MON) for motorists using the Highway 258 bridge over the Little Cottonwood River between Highway 14 and Comfrey. The $1.5-million dollar project involves the construction of …

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    30 Apr 12
  • HeartOfNewUlm1

    The Heart of New Ulm Project is being featured in a Better Home and Gardens special-interest health magazine, and they want the people of the New Ulm area to be the highlight of the article. …

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    30 Apr 12
  • Hunting

    A bill to raise fishing and hunting license fees and set a wolf hunting season now awaits approval from Governor Dayton. The bill passed the House 68-62 on Saturday night. The Senate approved it a …

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    30 Apr 12