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    New Ulm’s Ellie Schneider scores one of her 12 points during the Eagles loss to Blue Earth. New Ulm was lead by Kelsey Kannegiesser’s 22 points, 19 in the second half. New Ulm is now …

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    03 Dec 11
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    THE STORY: After kicking off a four-game road trip by absorbing their worst beating of the season, the New Jersey Devils are in the unenviable predicament of trying to rebound against the best team in …

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    02 Dec 11
  • Preview: Vikings vs Broncos

    THE STORY: Although Tim Tebow continues to garner much of the publicity – and that may be an understatement – there appears to be a bigger force behind the Denver Broncos’ turnaround. The defense is …

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    02 Dec 11
  • Girls Basketball Tonight on KNUJ

    South Central girls basketball tonight on KNUJ. The New Ulm Eagles travel to Blue Earth to take on the Bucs in the conference opener for both teams. New Ulm enters the game 0-1, the Bucs …

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    02 Dec 11
  • Sport Headlines for 12/2/11

    Girls Basketball Results:Wrestling Results:Boys Hockey Result:Girls Hockey Results

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    02 Dec 11
  • The Latest – December 2, 2011

    McNabb Out(Eden Prairie, MN) — The Vikings waived veteran quarterback Donovan McNabb yesterday. The 35-year-old signal-caller was brought to Minnesota in the off-season after a trade with the Redskins. He led a sputtering Vikings offense …

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    02 Dec 11
  • German Chancellor Angela Merkel addresses the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin December 2, 2011.

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Friday for rapid EU treaty change to remedy the root causes of the euro zone’s debt crisis but warned that Europeans faced a long, hard “marathon” to restore lost credibility.

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    02 Dec 11
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    The Vikings didn’t need Donovan McNabb, and vice versa. So the veteran quarterback was released Thursday in a move that was beneficial to both parties. McNabb gets a chance to join another team that needs …

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    02 Dec 11