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  • 2011-10-12 18.10.48

    New Ulm Sister Cities Commission and friends welcomed 25 year old Cornelia Osswald to New Ulm Wednesday evening. Osswald of Ulm, Germany, is paticipating in the Hans Joohs Cultural Exchange Program. She’ll be in New …

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    12 Oct 11
  • ClickItOrTicket

    Another statewide “Click It Or Ticket” seatbelt enforcement campaign gets underway this Friday. Law enforcement officials from around the area will be participating in the enforcement of the state’s primary seatbelt law, with help from …

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    12 Oct 11
  • Nibbe-sm

    A Lake Crystal woman accused of murdering her husband made an appearance in court today (WED). Jennifer Nibbe requested that the Blue Earth County judge overseeing her case throw out statements she initially made to …

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    12 Oct 11
  • GasPumps

    A petroleum company continues to replace gasoline it delivered to nearly two dozen Minnesota communities because it contains too much ethanol. The gas came from the Magellan Midstream Partners Petroleum plant on Highway 68 in …

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    12 Oct 11
  • DelbertHuber

    An 81-year-old man has been charged with murder following a fatal shooting in central Minnesota over the weekend. Delbert Huber of rural Paynesville allegedly shot and killed 43-year-old Timothy Larson because he believed the man …

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    12 Oct 11
  • Vikings

    Governor Dayton is remaining neutral on where a proposed Minnesota Vikings stadium could be built in the face of more possible hurdles for a suburban plan. Dayton said today (WED) that he could support a …

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    12 Oct 11
  • FirePrevention

    Fire Prevention Week features continue on KNUJ, with local area fire departments giving us tips on keeping your family safe. The fire prevention tips most often reiterated are having an escape plan and changing the …

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    12 Oct 11
  • Harvest

    Unusually warm temperatures and continued dry conditions helped Minnesota soybean farmers make significant progress on the harvest this past week. The USDA says that the state’s soybean harvest was 83% complete as of Sunday, a …

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    12 Oct 11