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Frandsen Bank & Trust
Chuck Spaeth Ford Sleepy Eye and New Ulm
Hy-Vee
M & L Computer
New Ulm Body Shop and Glass
Maday Motors
New Ulm Bus Lines
MR Paving and Excavating
United Prairie Bank
New Ulm Dental
Bank Midwest
Shyd’s Body Shop
State Farm – Don Sanderson Agency
Perkins
Alliance Bank
Happy Joes’ Pizza and Ice Cream Parlor
NU Tire 
Gag’s Sheet Metal
Cash Wise
Citizens Bank MN
Mike’s Collision
Heartland Tire
Northern Insulation
Nicklasson Athletic
Riverview Sanitation
Hoffman Construction
Pauls Electric
JP Plumbing and Heating
Farmers Coop of Hanska
Joni’s Restaurant and Catering
Nutter Clothing
Front Street Repair
Kohl’s Weelborg 
Klassen Plumbing and Heating
Ericksen Construction
Jensen Motors
Snowman Construction
Noble RV
Paul Torkelson
ARR
Stadick Body Shop 

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    (Reuters) – Kyle Brodziak finally broke the deadlock with the game-clinching goal in a six-round shootout as the Minnesota Wild outlasted the Edmonton Oilers in a 3-2 thriller on Wednesday. Both teams netted three goals …

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    01 Dec 11
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    Junior guard Ben Biewen hits a free throw extending the Gustie’s lead in the second half of a 73 to 60 win over the Hamline Pipers. Biewen finished the game with 12 points. Senior Seth …

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    01 Dec 11
  • Graveyard guitar robber faces jail

    A Wisconsin cemetery worker could spend 10 years in jail after pleading no contest to stealing an electric guitar from a casket.

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    30 Nov 11
  • Thanksgiving spat over chair ends in knife attack

    A Wisconsin man who allegedly attacked a fellow guest at a Thanksgiving Day dinner after she ignored his claim to a specific chair at the dining table has been charged with attempted homicide.

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    30 Nov 11
  • Suggesting caution still reigns, however, cash holdings rose to 6.4 percent from 5.9 percent and were at their highest for the year.

    U.S. and British institutional investors walked away from euro zone bonds during November as fears for the future of the currency bloc grew, Reuters asset allocation polls showed on Wednesday.

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    30 Nov 11
  • Lawmakers want spy agencies to share cyber data

    Lawmakers on Wednesday proposed fighting the cyber threat that is taking a toll on American companies by allowing spy agencies to share threat intelligence with private firms.

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    30 Nov 11
  • So far, 58 of the Senate's 100 members have agreed to take part in the gift exchange, which will take place at a party with eggnog and cookies.

    In a political test of the spirit of Christmas, warring Democrats and Republicans in the Senate are getting ready to exchange holiday gifts.

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    30 Nov 11
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    THE STORY: The Edmonton Oilers finally figured out how to beat the Minnesota Wild last week. They’ll try to repeat the feat without star forward Taylor Hall as they entertain the Wild on Wednesday in …

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    30 Nov 11