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  • ISD88SchoolBoard

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board on Tuesday received the results of a recent audit on the school district from auditing firm Larson Allen. District 88 got high marks for its fiscal management and …

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    16 Nov 11
  • Fatal

    An 86-year-old Delavan man is dead following a farm accident in Blue Earth County Monday afternoon. The fatal accident in Mapleton Township involved a tractor. Lester Hatteberg had reportedly been helping his son when their …

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    16 Nov 11
  • PrescriptionDrugs

    Authorities in Mankato arrested a Minneapolis woman at gunpoint on Saturday over suspicions that she was forging painkiller prescriptions. 44-year-old Theresa Ann Reed made her first appearance in Blue Earth County Court for felony drug …

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    16 Nov 11
  • NUCityCouncil

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday agreed to purchase new radio systems for all Brown County municipal fire departments as well as the Sleepy Eye and Springfield Ambulance services. New Ulm is acting as …

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    16 Nov 11
  • IMG_35721

    More than 30 area athletes were honored during the 47th annual KNUJ Player of the Year Banquet Tuesday night at the New Ulm Holiday Inn. Named Volleyball Player of the Year was Lexi Platz of …

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    16 Nov 11
  • Pelican

    A southern Minnesota farmer accused of destroying hundreds of federally protected white pelican chicks has pleaded guilty to violating the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. 59-year-old Craig Staloch of Minnesota Lake pleaded guilty to the federal …

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    16 Nov 11
  • springfield education focus 11-11 001

    KNUJ AM 860 will be featuring area schools as part of Education Focus. The interviews can be heard at the following times: Monday, November 14, St. Peter at 1:12pm; 2:12pm; 2:42pm; 3:40pmWednesday, November 16, Lake …

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    15 Nov 11
  • Dayton1

    Governor Dayton has ordered a vote among home-based child care providers about whether they should unionize. His executive order issued today (TUE) sets an election for December

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    15 Nov 11