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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
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  • The Latest

    Here is the latest sports news: The Mariners dumped the Twins. The Lynx and Mercury hook up in Game One. The Blues host the Wild. M’s Trip Twins For 11th Straight Loss(Minneapolis, MN) — The …

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    22 Sep 11
  • Man sues Starbucks over restroom camera

    A U.S. man is suing Starbucks Coffee Co after his 5-year-old daughter allegedly found a video camera pointed at the toilet in a bathroom in one of their cafes.

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    22 Sep 11
  • Sport Headlines for 9/22/11

    College Volleyball Results:Gustavus 3 St.olaf 2Augsburg 3 Macalester 0Bethel 3 Concordia 2St Thomas 3 Carelton 0St Benedict 3 Hamline 1St Catherine 3 St Marys 1 Mens Soccer Result:Gustavus 5 Buena Vista 0 Womens Soccer Result:Gustavus …

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    22 Sep 11
  • Man wins dumpling eating contest, then dies

    A 77-year-old Ukrainian man won a jar full of sour cream for coming first in a dumpling eating contest and then promptly died, local media reported on Wednesday.

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    22 Sep 11
  • Billionaire Warren Buffett's comments have caused quite a stir.

    Once the debt ceiling rancor faded, financial gurus and observers had little reason to think debate on taxing the wealthy would ignite again before Nov. 23. That’s when the 12-member congressional super committee issues its recommendations on finding at least $1.2 trillion in deficit reduction.

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    22 Sep 11
  • Israeli soldiers detain a Palestinian youth during clashes that erupted between the soldiers and Palestinian stone-throwers at Qalandiya checkpoint September 21, 2011. The clashes erupted after a rally in the nearby West Bank city of Ramallah in support of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' bid for statehood recognition in the United Nations

    President Barack Obama told the United Nations on Wednesday there was no short cut to Middle East peace but Palestinians said they would press on with a request for U.N. recognition of their nascent state.

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    22 Sep 11
  • Josh Fattal (2nd L - back to camera) and Shane Bauer (R), U.S. hikers who were held in Iran on charges of espionage, are greeted by their families upon arrival in Muscat after their release from Tehran's Evin prison, September 21, 2011.

    Two U.S. citizens sentenced in Iran to eight years’ jail for spying flew out of the country on Wednesday after Oman paid bail of $1 million, diplomats said.

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    22 Sep 11
  • The DAX board is pictured at the Frankfurt stock exchange August 19, 2011.

    A grim outlook for the U.S. economy from the Federal Reserve and signs of a slowing in China and Germany sent world stocks tumbling on Thursday and drove investors into safer currencies and government bonds.

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    22 Sep 11