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  • Medal1

    A Winthrop woman has been named the Nurse of the Year in Long Term Care by the March of Dimes. Lynette Froehlich received the award last weekend at the Hyatt Hotel in Minneapolis. She was …

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    15 Oct 11
  • InfantLoss

    The 7th annual All Angels Remembrance Ceremony is taking place Saturday evening in New Ulm. The ceremony commemorates National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day, and takes place at 5 p-m in German Park. Nearly …

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    14 Oct 11
  • Vikings

    Next week is shaping up as pivotal in the Minnesota Vikings’ bid for a new football stadium partially financed by the public. Governor Dayton today (FRI) said that he’ll hold meetings on successive days with …

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    14 Oct 11
  • GasPumps1

    The Minnesota Department of Commerce today (FRI) released additional information on a batch of gasoline blended with a higher-than-normal amount of ethanol recently. The problem led to a number of local gas stations shutting down …

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    14 Oct 11
  • BTYR

    3M recently received a special Beyond the Yellow Ribbon award. The company has been involved in the Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Program since 2009, and was presented the Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award …

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    14 Oct 11
  • Roadwork

    State transportation officials are renewing their plea for drivers to stay alert in construction zones following a crash that killed two workers on Interstate 35-W in Burnsville. There were nearly 2,000 crashes in work zones …

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    14 Oct 11
  • Strike

    Negotiations between American Crystal Sugar and its union workers are scheduled to resume later this month. A federal mediation service announced today (FRI) that talks have been scheduled for October 24th. The time and place …

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    14 Oct 11
  • ISD88SchoolBoard

    The New Ulm District 88 School Board on Thursday unanimously agreed to expel a 17-year-old student for 12 months. Superintendent Harold Remme says that all state and district requirements for an expulsion have been met. …

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    14 Oct 11