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Police Logs

Police Logs

New Ulm Police • Received a two-vehicle crash report without injuries at 10th North and Franklin Street at 11:53 a.m. March 23. A 2015 Ford Edge driven by LeRoy Levorson, 84, New Ulm, was southbound on North Franklin and a 1999 Buick driven by Robert Schonrock, 29, New Ulm, was westbound on ...

Public Notices, March 24, 2018

Legals

PUBLISH (March 17, 24, 31, April 7, 14, 21, 2018) NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that default has occurred in conditions ...

Editor’s Mailbag

Mailbag

Oak Hills Foundation Frolics to be held May 4 NEW ULM — Save the date for the May 4, 2018 Oak Hills Memorial Foundation’s 4th Annual Frolics at the Best Western Plus. In the past, the fundraiser has raised an annual average of $9,000.00 for future grants to Oak Hills Living Center, our ...

Brown County Record

Court News and Tickets

(All charges are petty misdemeanors unless otherwise noted) SPEEDING Kendra L. Steinberg, 6 Park Lane, New Ulm, 65/55, $125; David E. Dustin, 205 1st Ave. S.E., Fairfax, 65/55, $125; Kristin K. Mork, Rochester, 55/45, $125; Shelby M. Hogue, Sioux Falls, S.D., 74/55, $145; DRIVING AFTER ...

Stephens touts experience in law, city government

Local News

NEW ULM — Woodbury Mayor Mary Giuliani Stephens visited New Ulm Thursday as part of her campaign for governor. Stephens is seeking the Republican nomination. Stephens is finishing her second term as Woodbury’s mayor and was inspired to run for governor because she feels Minnesota is at a ...

Author discusses westerns, cliches

Local News

NEW ULM — Author Mark Mitten visited the public library Thursday night to talk about his books “Sipping Whiskey in a Shallow Grave” and “Hard to Quit”. Mitten is a member of the Western Writers of America. Both of his books are westerns set in Colorado in the 1890s. “Sipping ...

Show explores intricacies of aging

Local News

NEW ULM — An original show explores the tensions of transitioning in life for a middle-aged woman this Sunday at The Grand Center for Arts and Culture. “Away to Still” starts at 2 p.m. on the second floor of The Grand. The show is free, though it accepts free-will donations to cover the ...

Kimmel endorsed for House District 16B, receives award

Local News

NEW ULM — Mindy Kimmel, a New Ulm resident and licensed marriage and family therapist was endorsed at the DFL Senate District 16 Convention on Saturday, March 17. Her experience as a counselor has helped her find compromise among voters of all political leanings, the candidate says. ...

Oratorical Contest results announced

Local News

NEW ULM — The Optimist Club of New Ulm held an Oratorical Contest based on the theme “Where Are My Roots of Optimism?” Students competing were Hannah Larson, Sandy Chen, Jessica Petersen (second place), Anne Howard (first place), and Sara Guymon (third place). Three scholarships ...

Dist. 84 continues to explore personalized learning

Local News

SLEEPY EYE — Sleepy Eye Public School administration and staff continue to explore the personalized learning model and discussed the subject at their March 21 board meeting. Personalized learning has been described as a way to raise expectations, innovate and amplify student achievement ...

Latest round of Legacy small grants total $319,701 across Minnesota

Local News

ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Historical Society announces 36 recipients of 38 Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Small Grants ($10,000 and less), totaling $319,701 in 23 counties. Small grants are awarded quarterly to help nonprofit and educational organizations, government units and ...

School Lunch Menus

Communities

Lafayette Charter School Monday: Jumbo Ravioli, Green Beans, Lettuce, Mandarin Oranges Tuesday: Hot Turkey & Cheese, Baked Beans, Lettuce Salad, Pears Wednesday: Chicken Nuggets, Sweet Corn, Lettuce, Mixed Fruit Thursday: NO SCHOOL Friday: NO SCHOOL St. Paul’s Lutheran ...

Public notices

Legals

PUBLISH (February 16, 23, March 2, 9, 16, 23, 2018) PUBLIC NOTICE NO- TICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. NOTICE IS ...

Honor Roll: New Ulm High School

Local News

First Semester Honor Rolls Highest Honors – 9th Alice Anderson, Elizabeth Anderson, Isaac Blumhoefer, Max Gieseke, Abby Hietala, Marley Jackson, Alexa Johnson, Griffin Marti, Cole Ranweiler, Kedar Schmitz, Hunter Sehr, Sarah VanMeveren. High Honors – 9th Jace Addy, Nicole ...

Comfrey girls head to BPA nationals

Local News

COMFREY — Three Comfrey Public School girls are going to the Business Professionals of America (BPA) nationals in May. Sophomore Amber Dauer, junior Hailey Pidde and junior Lexi Toll qualified in the top five of their categories to go to Dallas, Texas, May 9-13. “When I was onstage, I ...

Colorful creativity at art show

Local News

Jefferson Elementary students are showing off their favorite projects from art class this week during the school’s art show. Doors are open for parents to visit from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. today (Thursday) and 8 a.m. to noon Friday. Staff photo by Connor Cummiskey

Sorenson sentenced to nine years in prison

Local News

ST. PETER — A 57-year-old rural New Ulm man was convicted of felony 2nd-degree criminal sexual conduct and gross misdemeanor interfering with privacy in Nicollet County District Court March 20. Robert J. Sorenson, 57, 61436 County Road 21, was sentenced to nine years in the St. Cloud ...

Police Logs

Police Logs

New Ulm Police • A resident on the 100 block of Minnesota Street South reported their package stolen from in front of their apartment Tuesday at 2:58 p.m. The theft is estimated at $90. • An individual was arrested on an order from the Probation Department Wednesday at 12:09 p.m. The ...

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