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    Cathedral High School in New Ulm held their Homecoming Pepfest on Wednesday, September 21. Pat Bock and Stacy Eckstein were crowned Homecoming King and Queen for Cathedral. The school held a Homecoming Mass at 8:30am …

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    22 Sep 11
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    The New Ulm District 88 School Board will be dealing with matters related to the district’s upcoming levy referendum during it’s regular meeting this (THU) evening. District 88 will be asking voters to approve a …

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    22 Sep 11
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    Nonprofit organizations are again asking Minnesotans to “give to the max.” The third annual “Give to the Max Day” will be held November 16th. The goal is to raise as much money as possible for …

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    22 Sep 11
  • Munt

    The man accused of killing his ex-wife in Mankato last year took the stand in his own defense during his murder trial on Wednesday. Joel Marvin Munt faces the possibility of life in prison for …

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    22 Sep 11
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    The subject of an 11-day manhunt made his first appearance in court Tuesday. 37-year-old Matthew Wrobleski of Willmar is accused of stealing numerous vehicles throughout the region over the course of nearly 2 weeks. He …

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    22 Sep 11
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    Authorities have released the identity of a 64-year-old man from rural Lucan killed in an early-morning crash in Cottonwood County Tuesday. Steven Zick was pronounced dead at the scene after his Chevy pickup left the …

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    22 Sep 11
  • CycleCrash

    A New Ulm woman was injured in a motorcycle accident near Gibbon on Monday. Ashley Groebner was driving a 1973 Yamaha motorcycle on Sibley County Road 2 about 4 miles south of Gibbon when she …

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    21 Sep 11
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    The Nicollet County Board this week urged local lawmakers to fast-track the expansion of Highway 14 to four lanes. The Board approved a letter to Governor Mark Dayton and state and federal area representatives asking …

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    21 Sep 11