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Small Museum, Big Memories

FAIRFAX — Jim Weinzetl says he’s always been a fan of baseball, especially in his hometown of Fairfax. However, he thought that he could do more for the history of the game in his town. Late last summer, he came up with a plan to show off the town’s baseball history. It wouldn’t be ...

The American Legion at 100

After six months in development, the New Ulm American Legion Seifert-Bianchi Post 132 Centennial history website is operational. Including 101 years of history from World War I forward, the website edited by George L. Glotzbach, includes photographs and capsule stories of the history of WWI, ...

The Rathaus Sessions

NEW ULM — Co-Producers Rudy Nelson and John Wildauer have joined forces on a project to raise profiles of local artists. Nelson is the lead singer for the local band The Futons. He studies at Martin Luther College, graduating in December and has spent much of his free time watching session ...

The Grand Garden Tour

NEW ULM — Do you have a green thumb? Does landscaping your yard sound appealing? If so mark Thursday, June 28th on your calendar for the annual Brown County Master Gardeners’ Gardenfest Tour. The tour will start at 4:30 p.m. and go through 8:30 p.m. on Thursday. Garden site information is ...

Sioux Valley Gun Club welcomes all ages

NEW ULM — Whether you’re a seasoned shooter or a young beginner, the Sioux Valley Gun Club in New Ulm offers those interested plenty of opportunity to get out there on the range this summer. The club is more than happy to help shooters of all ages get started having fun this summer in a ...

Nicollet’s Football Family

NICOLLET — Sean and Travis Murphy grew up with the sport of football. Their dad, Tom Murphy, is the longtime coach of the program who has given the community a 9-man football identity as a state powerhouse. Tom Murphy, who recently took over as the head football coach at Nicollet, is ...

Soldier to retire from Army Reserves on Flag Day

Sergeant First Class (E-7) Celeste Bischel maintained a family tradition, to say the least, serving 40 years in the Army Reserve. Her voice crackles with emotion when she realizes her military time ends soon. A Winona High School student, she had a brother in the Army and Navy and her father ...

‘Bliss Stock’ to celebrate, benefit Bliss Kalk

NEW ULM — A little of 1969 will be coming to New Ulm this Father’s Day as the first of an annual music festival raising money for Eden “Bliss” Kalk. Starting at noon Sunday, June 17, Bliss Stock will fill the Turner Hall lawn with music, activities and families the headlining band ...

Making movies one frame at a time

NEW ULM — Filmmaking comes in all shapes and sizes. For the last decade, local filmmaker Emory Moody has been working in the smaller-scale film style known as stop-motion animation. Moody had dabbled in all kinds of animated films, but stop-motion is his preferred medium. “I sculpt better ...

CRUSH 80/20 brings a healthier alternative

NEW ULM — CRUSH 80/20 Nutrition is coming up on its one-year anniversary on June 14 and has seen positive growth while making an impact on the New Ulm community and beyond along the way. CRUSH is an Herbalife nutrition club that allows people the opportunity for a healthier way of living. ...

You can’t keep a good man down

SLEEPY EYE — Operation Iraqi Freedom war veteran Gary Kuebler doesn’t let the loss of both of his kidneys get the best of him. Not even dialysis three days a week can stop him from working, maintaining his physical fitness and doing other things he enjoys like visiting his family and ...

Master Gardener: Don’t feed your plants, feed your soil

If you’re like most gardeners, I know what you’re thinking; soil doesn’t need the nutrients; the plants do. So how does feeding the soil help our plants? There is another world below the soil surface that most home gardeners don’t fully understand. Yet soil scientists tell us that in ...

The Call of the Wild

NEW ULM — A local youth has found a new calling in competitive duck calling. Anton Freiderich, 13, recently started competing in duck call competitions, and has been learning how to make the hunting instrument. “I took him duck hunting once and he started blowing on the call and he blew ...

Living with Cancer

NEW ULM — Dean Tessmer does not look sick. In fact, for a 61-year-old he appears to be in great shape. But Tessmer has been battling Stage 4 Prostate Cancer for eight years, a battle he plans to keep fighting. His cancer has progressed to the point where he cannot be cured, but he can ...

The New Ulm middle school presents… Saga of the Golden Horseshoe

NEW ULM — Giddy up! The New Ulm Middle School would like to invite ya’ll to a wisecracking, slapstick western spoof called Saga of the Golden Horseshoe. The play will be performed at the high school auditorium at 7 p.m. on April 13 and 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. on April 14. The cast is ...

Get ready: Summer is coming!

NEW ULM — Even with the long winter this year, summer is eventually coming, although it doesn’t feel like it. The New Ulm Park and Rec Department once again has a variety of activities for the Summer of 2018 for people of all ages throughout the community. Summer registration begins at ...

Moldova: another tough job that we have come to love

Editor’s note: Tom and Marcy Macaulay are former New Ulm residents. Tom was the New Ulm assistant city manager for several years before he and Marcy decided to join the Peace Corps. Here is a report on their most recent assignment. For the past year and a half we have been living in a small ...

In the long, cold winter nights, Board Games Rule

NEW ULM — Everyone has a favorite game, and these days the varieties of games are as unique as the people playing. When you live where the outside temperature is below freezing for several months of the year, finding an indoor board game you love is important. In New Ulm, multiple groups ...

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