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  • Flooding (1)

    The City of New Ulm will be holding a Permanent Flood Protection Information meeting Monday night at 7 pm in the city hall council chambers. Bolton & Menk Engineering Consultants will lead a discussion about …

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    21 Oct 11
  • Pig1

    A Minnesota man has been charged with the theft of several hundred feeder pigs in southern Minnesota and northern Iowa’s Mitchell County. Deputy Sheriff Greg Beaver says 44-year-old John Arndt of Hayfield was arrested Tuesday …

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    21 Oct 11
  • Cold

    The temperature in New Ulm dropped into the 20s overnight Wednesday, the first time we’ve seen temps that low since early May. The overnight low was 29 degrees in New Ulm. The last time we …

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    20 Oct 11
  • Pig

    A Minnesota man has been arrested for the theft of several hundred feeder pigs from pork producers in Mitchell County in northern Iowa. John Arndt of Hayfield was taken into custody on Tuesday. He faces …

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    20 Oct 11
  • CarCrash2

    A Sacred Heart woman was injured in a 2-vehicle crash in Renville County Wednesday evening. It happened at approximately 5pm at the intersection of Renville County Road 12 and 850th Avenue, 2 miles northeast of …

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    20 Oct 11
  • Fire

    A machine shed full of equipment was destroyed by a fire in rural Blue Earth County early Wednesday morning. The fire started at around 4am in a shed owned by Dan Penkert off of Blue …

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    20 Oct 11
  • DeerVehicle

    A Minnesota State Trooper was injured in a collision with a deer on Highway 15 Sunday night, but his injuries could have been much worse. Trooper Lonnie Pregler was traveling south on 15 south of …

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    19 Oct 11
  • SausageShop

    The New Ulm Sausage Shop was being demolished this (WED) morning. The business had been located at the corner of 3rd North and Broadway in New Ulm since 1983, but closed this past April. The …

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    19 Oct 11