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  • Vote

    A total of 4 candidates have filed for a vacant Martin County Board seat, meaning that a Primary Election will be held on December 20th.

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    08 Dec 11
  • HolidayTrain

    The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train helped raise over a ton of food for the New Ulm Area Emergency Food Shelf during it’s stop in New Ulm Wednesday evening.

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    08 Dec 11
  • NUCityCouncil

    The New Ulm City Council held it’s first budget hearing Tuesday evening as it prepares to approve a final budget for 2012. New Ulm’s property tax levy is tentatively set to increase by 15% next …

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    07 Dec 11
  • Dayton

    Governor Dayton won’t make another move on a daycare unionization push until after a Minnesota judge issues a written order explaining his reasons for sidetracking a planned vote by in-home providers.

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    07 Dec 11
  • PearlHarborRemembrance

    Governor Mark Dayton has proclaimed today (WED) Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day in Minnesota in honor of the 70th anniversary of the attacks and the more than 2,400 Americans who died. The governor has ordered all …

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    07 Dec 11
  • Fire

    Firefighters from more than 10 area communities battled a large fire in rural Le Sueur County Tuesday. The fire destroyed a large shed on Sibley Heights Lane, and sent large plumes of smoke into the …

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    07 Dec 11
  • Gun

    A Mankato man is now believed to be responsible for gang-related shootings in both Gaylord and St. Peter. 23-year-old Michael Lamont Smith made his first appearance in Sibley County Court on Monday after being arrested …

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    07 Dec 11
  • NicholasLuepke1

    A Courtland man is facing a felony drug charge in Blue Earth County. 20-year-old Nicholas Luepke was one of 18 people arrested in an August 2010 multi-county drug task force sweep for the distribution of …

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    07 Dec 11