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Hockey players decorate

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Members of the New Ulm Girls Hockey Association Ava Brennan (left), Mya Hornick (center) and Ashley Schaefer decorate a Christmas tree at Frandsen Bank with gloves, mittens and hats. This tree was sponsored by the Women’s Literary Club. On Friday, Dec. 14, members of the Sertoma Club will ...

Holiday readiness

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New Ulm Public Utilities linemen Eric Henderson, left, and Scott Schneider connect garland and power cords to guidewires on Minnesota Street in downtown New Ulm, Monday. The Parade of Lights begins on Minnesota Street at 6 p.m., Friday, Nov. 23.

NUEA helps decorate downtown

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Submitted photo Members of the New Ulm Education Association help trim and setup 65 trees to decorate the downtown. Front Row: Michelle Hopp, Amy Maudal, Anita Weir, April Lewandowski, Alex Weis, Amber Gremmels, Kevin Maudal, Chris Kral, Steve Foley, Staci Foley, & Angela Hoek Back row: ...

Coats for Kids donation

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Evy Olson, president of the New Ulm Rotary Club, delivered 150 warm hats and 150 pairs of gloves and mittens to Lisa Toltzman of the New Ulm Kiwanis Club for the Kiwanis Coats for Kids program. The hats and mittens will be delivered along with the coats the Kiwanis Club delivers to kids to help ...

German Park amphitheater on council agenda

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NEW ULM — The New Ulm City Council will decide whether to move forward with the German Park Amphitheater replacement. The council’s agenda includes a motion to prepare a request for proposals for replacement of the outdoor performing arts center (amphitheater) in German Park. During ...

Board considers grant for farm care packages

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NEW ULM — Brown County commissioners will consider approval of a Brown County Public Health application for and acceptance of a $2,000 Allina Health grant for the Mental Health and Wellness Action Team Tuesday. The Mental Health and Wellness Action Team, led by Brown County Public Health ...

Police Logs

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New Ulm Police • Received a report about a two-vehicle crash without injuries at 3:46 p.m. Sunday. A 2004 Ford Escape driven by Jayda Helet, 16, New Ulm, turned eastbound onto Cottonwood Street from Ridgeview Drive. The vehicle failed to yield right of way and hit a westbound 2016 Chevy ...

Public notices

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PUBLISH (November 20, 27, December 4, 11, 18, 26, 2018) NOTICE OF MORT- GAGE FORECLO- SURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that default has occurred in the condi- tions of the following described mortgage: DATE OF MORT- GAGE: October 09, 2015 ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL ...

Author Jill Kalz to present at library

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NEW ULM — Author Jill Kalz will discuss The Winter Bees, her new collection of short stories based in rural southern Minnesota, at the library on Tuesday, November 27 at 6:30 p.m. Kalz has published poetry in the Nebraska Review, the Ohio Review, Cream City Review, and other magazines. Her ...

Inspecting the garland guidewires

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Linemen from the New Ulm Public Utilities Commission inspect the guidewires in advance of placing the holiday garlands. The garlands are typically hung the Monday before Thanksgiving.

Gliding through with grace, style

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NEW ULM — The second day of the New Ulm figure skating competition glided through with grace and style. The two-day fall figure skating event featured around 180 skaters from over 10 skating clubs in Minnesota and South Dakota. The majority of New Ulm’s Figure Skating Club competed, but ...

Polka Party warms up dancers

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NEW ULM — Despite the early winter weather, close to 200 polka enthusiasts attended KNUJ’s fall Polka Party at Turner Hall. The Polka Party is a twice-a-year tradition. Jim Bartels said they sponsor a spring dance in April and a fall dance the Sunday before Thanksgiving. The Leon Olsen ...

New manager at Walgreens

Monday Business

The Willkommen Committee of the New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce made a stop at Walgreens to welcome Theodore Bargabus, the new store manager. He began in his new position in the New Ulm store in October, and has been with Walgreens for 17 years. Originally from the Twin Cities, Theodore has ...

New manager at Turner Hall

Monday Business

The Willkommen Committee of the New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed Andrea Boettger as the new General Manager of Turner Hall. Andrea had worked previously as Assistant General Manager at Turner Hall for 6 years. Andrea currently handles all Turner Hall tasks from schedules to ...

Police Logs

Police Logs

New Ulm Police • Multiple people were injured in a three-vehicle accident 1:49 p.m. Sunday at 20th North and Broadway. A 2016 Ford Fusion driven by Martin Sellner, 54, of Sleepy Eye, and a 1999 Ford F-250 driven by Jerin Poliskey, 38, of Lafayette, were northbound on Broadway near the 20th ...

Skaters hitting the ice in New Ulm Fall Festival

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NEW ULM — The New Ulm Figure Skating Club hosted the 22nd annual Fall Festival Competition, Saturday. The two day figure skating event featured around 180 skaters from eight skating clubs in Minnesota and South Dakota. In addition to New Ulm, clubs from Brookings, Hutchinson, Sioux Falls, ...

MVL honors “Spirit of MVL” award winners

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NEW ULM—The Spirit of Minnesota Valley Lutheran Recognition Reception and Fundraising Gala was held Saturday at the New Ulm Convention Center. Each year since 2008 MVL has honored people associated with the school. This year in honor of MVL’s 40th school year, the school chose to honor ...

Workshop shares ideas for decorating for holidays

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NEW ULM — With Thanksgiving less than a week away and the holiday season in full swing, Inspired held a series of decorating workshops this week. In the Brown County Museum Annex, Inspired employees Sharon Hubly and Rita Schugel gave simple do it yourself instruction for decorating space ...

SE woman charged with false crime report

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SLEEPY EYE — A 38-year-old Sleepy Eye woman faces a misdemeanor falsely reporting a crime charge after initially telling police she was robbed by a man in a look-alike police car Oct. 28. The charge was filed in Brown County District Court Thursday against Nicole M. Domeier, 713 Maple St. ...

Peyton Blickem wins Lions Peace Poster Contest

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NEW ULM — Peyton Blickem, a 6th grade student at New Ulm Public Middle School, has won 1st place in the local competition of the Lions International Peace Poster Contest sponsored by the Lions Club of New Ulm. Peyton received $50 in Chamber Dollars for her first place entry. Addison Hage ...

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