Women reflect on World War I

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NEW ULM — Reflections on World War I from women on the home front and in service abroad were shared following dinner at the New Ulm Country Club on Tuesday. Excerpts of life a century ago were taken from a Brown County Historical Society (BCHS) exhibit. Presenters Carol Brennan, Brenda ...

County approves tribute to MIA

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NEW ULM — Brown County Commissioners unanimously approved County Veterans Services Officer Greg Peterson’s March 20 report for a missing in action (MIA) memorial tribute planned for a New Ulm pilot shot down over North Korea April 12, 1953. Peterson said 1st Lt. Robert F. Niemann’s ...

City approves assistant city manager appointment

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NEW ULM — The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday approved the appointment of a new economic development director/assistant city manager. Following a review of the applicants, the city personnel committee chose Christopher Dalton for the position. City Manager Brian Gramentz said 36 ...

NUMC among top 100, again

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NEW ULM — New Ulm Medical Center (NUMC) was named one of the top 100 critical access hospitals (CAH) again in 2018. In February, iVantage Health Analytics announced NUMC as one of five Minnesota hospitals that made the top 100 in the nation. “This is the seventh time that we have ...

Police Logs

Police Logs

Redwood County Sheriff • Received a report of a one-vehicle crash without reported injuries at on State Highway 19 at 8:16 a.m., March 20. A 2007 Toyota Corolla driven by Gage R. Rohne, 18, Redwood Falls, was westbound on Highway 19, lost control on slippery snow, entered the north ditch and ...

Public notices


PUBLISH (March 21, 2018) NOTICE OF APPLICA- TION FOR A LIVES- TOCK FEEDLOT PERMIT Notice is hereby given per Minnesota Sta- tutes, Chapter 116, that Schneider Farm 2 owned by Dean and Lori Schneider has made application to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency ...

Editor’s Mailbag


Roast Pork Loin Supper Thursday SLEEPY EYE — Faith United Methodist Church of Sleepy Eye is holding a roast pork loin supper on Thursday, March 22, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the church, 321 1st Ave. S., Sleepy Eye. Cost is $12 for adults, in advance, $13 at the door. Children aged 5-10 are ...

Farm Bureau Food Donations


Brown County Farm Bureau made donations to all three Food Shelves in Brown County recently. Above, Director of the New Ulm Food Shelf, Brad Kirk (r), received a check from Brown County Farm Bureau president, Greg Bartz.

Brown County Record

Court News and Tickets

(All charges are petty misdemeanors unless otherwise noted) FAIL TO REGISTER AS A MOTOR CARRIER OF PASSENGERS Adam C. Larsen, 28889 County Highway 1, Redwood Falls, $185; NO INSURANCE Kari L. Swenstad, 709 Payne St. S., New Ulm, $560, 365 days local confinement stayed for 1 year ...

SPOTS shines light on hard topics

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NEW ULM — Students are trying to prompt discussion of difficult topics at the high school with a series of performances. SPOTS (Students Performing on Tough Situations) is presenting two performances a day this week, at 11:15 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. “This is just a way to get the word out ...

City to approve assistant manager

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NEW ULM — The City of New Ulm is preparing to appoint a new economic development director/assistant city manager. Following a review of the applicants, the city personnel committee felt Christopher Dalton was the most qualified candidate for the position. New Ulm has been without an ...

St. James native serves on Navy’s newest submarine

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Chief Petty Officer Ryan Zabka GROTON, CT — A St. James High School graduate and native served onboard the U.S. Navy’s newest Virginia-class fast attack submarine, the USS Colorado, that was scheduled to be commissioned March 17. Ryan Zabka is a chief machinist mate (auxiliary) who ...

New brain injury support group seeks to help

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NEW ULM — Survivors of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can get support from their peers at a new support group in New Ulm. Every third Wednesday the group meets in the New Ulm Public Library 6-7:30 p.m. Their third meeting is Wednesday, March 21. “Most people have a complete disconnect ...

SE Board of Education considers track coach changes

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SLEEPY EYE — The District 84 Board of education will consider head track coach changes at its March 21 meeting. Action items include the immediate resignation of Scott DeMaris and hiring Supt. John Cselovszki as head coach at $3,907. Other teaching resignations are Torry Berg, school ...

New AMC sign installed

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The AMC Theater on Center Street received a new marquee Monday morning. The red AMC was installed by workers Monday morning to replace the old Cinema 3 marquee. The change came as a result of last AMC’s purchase of the Carmike theater chain last year.

Milford Township learns about building project

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BROWN COUNTY — Milford Township residents learned about a proposed project that includes building a concession stand at the youth softball and baseball field and a town hall in Essig March 13. “There was lots of discussion about the projects that include the baseball association going ...

MVL competes in Janesville

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NEW ULM — The MVL speech team competed in the JWP Bulldog Invitationalin Janesville on March 17. In the Extemporaneous Reading category, Lauren Schauer placed 4th in the varsity division, while Emma Niebuhr placed 4th and Maida Jaspersen won 1st place in the novice division. In the ...

Community Garden program at Library

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NEW ULM — Katy Hemberger, manager of the New Ulm Community Garden, will present on gardening in a community garden on Tuesday, March 27, at 6:30 p.m. at New Ulm Public Library. The New Ulm Community Garden is a collaboration with Putting Green and is focused on small-scale sustainable ...

Hub Club to postpone Ag Day Parade

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NEW ULM — Due to the Tuesday’s impending weather, the Farm-City Hub Club with the New Ulm FFA Chapter will be postponing the 2018 Ag Day Parade to Thursday, March 22. The parade will begin at 10:30 a.m. The parade will travel south down Minnesota Street starting at the Glockenspiel and ...

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