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The Sleepy Eye Herald Dispatch
Updated at 11:07 AM

EbolaThe world once again proved to be a very scary place with the deadly Ebola outbreak that swept across West Africa in early 2014, sickening at least 14,500 people and killing at least 5,177, according to the World Health Organization. The current epidemic has killed more people than all other Ebola outbreaks combined since its discovery in 1976.

Updated at 11:05 AM

“I don't have to tell you things are bad. Everybody knows things are bad… It's like everything everywhere is going crazy, so we don't go out anymore. We sit in the house, and slowly the world we are living in is getting smaller, and all we say is,...

Posted at 11:05 AM

He Plays: Badass-in-training Chad DiMera, now the sole hope of Salem's notorious but waning crime clan, on

Updated at 10:54 AM

In 2014, we said goodbye to some legendary entertainers and influential performers. From unexpected deaths to the passing of Hollywood A-list celebrities, here’s a look at some of the stars who are gone but not forgotten.

Posted at 11:10 AM

  Isn't it ironic that just as the daylight hours start getting longer, the worst of the wintry weather begins to...

Posted at 10:00 AM

It was a year of controversy, missteps and interesting debates in the tech world. Here are some of the biggest tech controversies that tech companies faced in 2014 -- and what we can learn from them.

Updated at 9:26 AM

The New Ulm/Sleepy Eye girls hockey team got within one goal of the 1AA team of Dodge County on Dec. 23 but ultimately fell in the third period after giving up six straight goals.

Updated at 9:21 AM

THE WINNING ALUMNI basketball team posed for a photo on Dec. 27. The 33rd Alumni & Friends Basketball Tournament at St. Mary’s involved five teams this year along with one women’s game. The 2005-2007 team defeated the...

Updated at 9:19 AM

During the last two years, nearly a dozen U.S. courts have reversed criminal convictions because prosecutors ran amuck with the rules of court while making PowerPoint presentations to a jury.

Updated at 9:16 AM

Two final goals in the third period, both by senior Brandon Helget, lifted the New Ulm/Sleepy Eye boys hockey team past the 1A team of LeSueur-Henderson/St. Peter/Tri-City United/Cleveland on Dec. 23 on the road.

Updated at 9:12 AM

THE NEW ULM/Sleepy Eye girls 12U hockey team poses for a photo after winning a tournament in Mankato on Dec. 13 and 14. The Eagles beat the Minneapolis Storm 3-0, and Farmington 9-0 before taking down the Western Wisconsin Stars...

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