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City Council decides dogs must be leashed

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NEW ULM — Dogs must be leashed in public spaces. The City Council unanimously approved an amended ordinance requiring leashes for dogs through New Ulm, excluding private property and designated parks. Since 2004, the law has required animals be on a leash only while on the recreational ...

County OKs ditch benefits

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NEW ULM — Brown County Commissioners unanimously approved redetermination of benefits for County Ditches 71, 11 and 68, Jan. 16. The resolutions followed several hours of testimony and discussion on a variety of related topics by affected landowners in Cottonwood, Sigel, Lake Hanska and ...

Conversations from the Cubicles: Off to a great start

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Kris: This has been an amazing year for books. Betty: What?! We’re only two weeks into 2018. K: I know, and I stand by my statement. B: Well, don’t just stand there; explain yourself. K: In my ongoing quest to read all the books, I have been furiously turning pages on some amazing ...

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Milford 4-H Club is celebrating 90 years of helping 4-H club members "make the best better." Since the 4-Her's value the community in which they live, go to school and their parents work, they have a goal to do at least 9 community service projects as part of their celebration. So on Tuesday, Jan. 9, Milford 4-H Club said "Thank You" to local Law Enforcement on Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, by bringing 90 treats for the officers and staff of the Law Enforcement Center. In the morning they brought in 45 doughnuts and donut holes with coffee. Then in the afternoon they brought 45 cookies with milk for the afternoon and evening shift employees. Front row (left to right): Aiden Schroeder, April Schroeder, Shelby Seifert. Middle row (left to right): Kallie Olson, Aubree Schmidt, Fynn Vavra, Frankee Vavra, Kate Schmidt, Korbin Olson, Alex Schroeder, Kaden Olson, Jayce Schroeder. Back row (left to right): Sheriff Rich Hoffman, Sergeant Jeremy Reed, Deputy Sheriff Jacob Stueber, Officer Aaron Lewandowski, MacKenze Vogel.

Milford 4-H Anniversary

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Submitted photo Milford 4-H Club is celebrating 90 years of helping 4-H club members "make the best better." Since the 4-Her's value the community in which they live, go to school and their parents work, they have a goal to do at least 9 community service projects as part of their ...

Police Logs

Police Logs

New Ulm Police • Christina Boateng, 51, of Mankato, is suspected to have sustained chest and leg injuries in an accident at about 7 p.m. at 1st South and Broadway in New Ulm, according to police. She was driving a 2007 Toyota Avalon south on Broadway. He glasses fogged up and obscured ...

Editor’s Mailbag

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CAST offers ‘Hang Up on Fraud’ seminar NEW ULM — Fraud happens daily and it seems that it is reported weekly to the New Ulm Police Department. Most often, it’s a money scam where good people send their hard-earned money at the request of someone they don’t know who claims they have ...

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Life Living speaker provides unique perspective

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NEW ULM — Author and English/humanities teacher from South Central College Kristin Crone-Mills spoke at the Community Center Monday night as part of this year’s Life Living Series. This year’s series theme is “The Challenge of Children” and Crone-Mills has written three young adult ...

City Council to view leash rules

Local News

NEW ULM — Pet regulations could figuratively and literally be put on a short leash after tonight’s city council meeting. The council is expected to make a recommendation to the city attorney regarding amending the ordinance requiring leashes for dogs and cats within New Ulm. In 2004, ...

sun dog photo

Sun dog

Local News

Nate Scharf of New Ulm captured this photo of “sun dog” from the Kwik Trip parking lot at about 9:40 a.m. Monday. A sun dog is a rainbow-like circle around the sun in the winter sky created by light refracting through frozen ice crystals in the air.

Police Logs

Police Logs

New Ulm Police • Received a report of a two-vehicle crash without injuries at 12th North Street and Broadway at 7:43 p.m. Jan. 14. A 2004 Dodge Dakota driven by Joshua R. Wolf, 24, New Ulm, stopped while eastbound at 12th North St., then pulled out in front of a 2011 Ford Taurus, driven by ...

Editor’s Mailbag

Mailbag

Life Living Series continues with Toni Schutta NEW ULM — The 2018 Life Living Speaker Series continues Monday, January 22 at 7 p.m. with Toni Schutta, who will present “How to Raise a Kind-Hearted Child in a Selfie Culture.” Schutta is a parenting coach, parenting speaker, and licensed ...

Brown County Record

Court News and Tickets

(All charges are petty misdemeanors unless otherwise noted.) FAIL TO STOP RED LIGHT/NO TURN ON RED Kay L. Haas, 15419 215th St., New Ulm, $135; SPEEDING Christopher D. Moldan, 6035 158th Ct. W., Apple Valley, 70/55, $145; Kevin A. Goenner, Oak Park, 65/55, $110; Anna L. Haynes, 825 ...

Dist. 84 Board to hear presentations

Local News

SLEEPY EYE — The District 84 Board of Education will hear presentations on personalized learning and on daycare from St. James Community Education Director Sue Harris Jan. 17. The board will also act on a $500 donation/grant from the CHS Foundation for the benefit of the Industrial ...

Staff photo by Connor Cummiskey

The Lafayette Lions Club presented Delsin Zamzow (center) with a $1,000 check to help renovate his home after a serious dirt-biking accident severely limited his mobility.

Lafayette comes together

Local News

LAFAYETTE — The town of Lafayette came together Sunday to support one of their own as he adapts to a life in a wheel chair. After falling off his dirt bike last spring, Delsin Zamzow become a quadriplegic. On Sunday, the Lafayette Area Lions Club used their annual Dad’s Belgian Waffle ...

In the photo are: Kathy Van Roekel, NU-Telecom; Pastor Jason Mehring, Oakwood Church; Sandy Scheibel, KNUJ.

New Oakwood pastor welcomed

Monday Business

NEW ULM — The Willkommen Committee of the New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce recently stopped by Oakwood Church to welcome their new pastor. Pastor Jason Mehring moved to New Ulm in July with his family, which includes his wife Kiana, their 18-month twin boys, and a baby girl on the way. ...

Navigating Tax Reform: Here’s What You Need to Know

Monday Business

NEW ULM — CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP is offering a free seminar on the new tax reform bill. Join CLA’s tax team for a breakdown and analysis of tax reform and how it could affect you and your business. CLA will provide an overview of individual and business tax provisions that are ...

Police Logs

Police Logs

New Ulm Police No injuries were reported in a two-vehicle crash that occured Saturday at 10:20 p.m. on the 900 block of Minnesota St. N. Camden Bode, 16, was northbound in a 2000 Saturn when he rear-ended a legally parked 1999 Pontiac Sunfire owned by Randall Sturm. Bode admitted to having ...

A roomful of quilters worked on their projects in the St. George Parish Center on Saturday during the Sewing for Sight quilt fundraiser.

Quilt show raises funds for vision clinic in Guatemala

Local News

ST. GEORGE — Around 250 quilts were on display Saturday in the St. George Parish during the Sewing for Sight fundraiser. The annual event is part of an effort to raise money for The Foundation for Saving Sight which works to provide eye care to the people of San Lucas-Toliman, ...

Park & Rec Report

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New Rec Center Admission Fees: Rec Center Admission: $5.25, Walking Track Admission: $2.25, Ultimate Admission $7.25. Punch cards will adjust accordingly. New Civic Center Admission Fees: Open Skate/Hockey/Broomball: $4.75, Rock on Ice: $5.25, Skate Rentals remain at $2.25, Skate Sharpening: ...

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