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Frandsen Bank & Trust JP Plumbing and Heating
Chuck Spaeth Ford Sleepy Eye and New Ulm Farmers Coop of Hanska
Hy-Vee Joni’s Restaurant and Catering
M & L Computer Nutter Clothing
New Ulm Body Shop and Glass Front Street Repair
Maday Motors Kohl’s Weelborg 
New Ulm Bus Lines Klassen Plumbing and Heating
MR Paving and Excavating Ericksen Construction
United Prairie Bank Jensen Motors
New Ulm Dental Snowman Construction
Bank Midwest Noble RV
Shyd’s Body Shop Paul Torkelson
State Farm – Don Sanderson Agency ARR
Perkins Stadick Body Shop 
Alliance Bank Northern Insulation
Happy Joes’ Pizza and Ice Cream Parlor Nicklasson Athletic
NU Tire  Riverview Sanitation
Gag’s Sheet Metal Hoffman Construction
Cash Wise Pauls Electric
Citizens Bank MN Heartland Tire
Mike’s Collision  
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    DTs Fred Evans and Letroy Guion have had a knack for committing stupid penalties at the worst of times, even though they’re backup players. It started with the season opener, when they jumped offsides a …

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    20 Dec 11
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    The Wild got Pierre-Marc Bouchard back Monday in Vancouver, but it wasn’t enough in a 4-0 loss to the Canucks. Severely depleted, the Wild got outskilled by the Sedin Twins as Daniel and Henrik combined …

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    20 Dec 11
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    St Mary’s Molly Schwarz hits a free throw during the Knights 60 to 19 win over Truman. St Marys had nine players. score, led by Maddy Helget’s 14 points. St Mary’s improves to 5 and 4. …

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    20 Dec 11
  • “Whatever” deemed most annoying word: poll

    Do you want to kill a conversation? Try saying “whatever.”

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    20 Dec 11
  • Disgraced duke’s figure moved in Madrid wax museum

    Spain’s royal family has lost one of its members, at least in Madrid’s Wax Museum.

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    20 Dec 11
  • Tension rise as Iraq seeks Sunni VP arrest

    Iraqi authorities issued an arrest warrant for Sunni Muslim Vice-President Tareq al-Hashemi on Monday for suspected ties to assassinations and bombings, a decision likely to fuel sectarian tensions after the U.S. troop withdrawal.

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    20 Dec 11
  • AT&T gives up on $39 billion bid for T-Mobile USA

    AT&T has dropped its controversial $39 billion bid for Deutsche Telekom’s U.S. wireless unit, bowing to fierce regulatory opposition and leaving both companies scrambling for alternatives.

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    20 Dec 11
  • U.S. seeks Korea stability but influence limited

    When Defense Secretary Leon Panetta visited U.S. troops in South Korea in October and told them that they were on “the front line,” it was clearly a rhetorical flourish meant to show appreciation for the 28,500 American forces theoretically in firing range of the North.

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    19 Dec 11