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  • Road open

    Nicollet County Road 5 opened Friday afternoon, 15 days ahead of schedule. The projects included a round-about at the entrance to the new St. Peter High School and a right-turn lane onto 361st Avenue. The …

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    07 Aug 17
  • Mountain Lake

    A birthday over the weekend makes a Mountain Lake woman the oldest resident of the state. Lena Dick celebrated her 112th birthday. Lena is known for making quilts and afghans, the last one she made …

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    07 Aug 17
  • When Will President Trump Bomb North Korea?  By Dr. Glenn Mollette

    When Will President Trump Bomb North Korea? By Dr. Glenn Mollette Americans hope that President Trump and his team can resolve the North Korean tension. Nobody wants anyplace in America to be struck by an …

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    07 Aug 17
  • criminal charges

    An Amboy woman accused of child abuse has been charged again. According to the criminal complaint, Kitty Cumbee was originally charged with two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon, false imprisonment, stalking and four …

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    05 Aug 17
  • Road construction

    The Highway 4 resurfacing project from Fairfax to the intersection of Highway 4 and Highway 68 needs to be extended until Wednesday to complete work on the bridge. The project began July 17th and was …

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    05 Aug 17
  • Brown County Fair

    Senior Citizen Day at the Brown County Fair is scheduled for this upcoming Thursday. Pre-program music and blood pressure checks will begin at 10 a.m. in the climate controlled New Ulm Civic Center on the …

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    05 Aug 17
  • Madelia

    The City of Madelia recently received a grant provided by CenterPoint Energy’s Community Partnership grant program. The program awards grants to local communities to fund safety-related equipment and projects. Madelia Ambulance Service  was recently awarded …

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    05 Aug 17
  • Redwood Falls

    The Redwood Falls Police Chief announced his upcoming retirement at the city council meeting on Tuesday. Mark Dressen has served over 30 years as a Redwood Falls Police Officer. The council discussed posting for the …

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    05 Aug 17