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Police Logs

Police Logs

New Ulm Police • A burglary was reported at 605 N. State St. in the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. The burglary was reported at 6:13 a.m. Thursday. Two chalices were reported stolen from Cathedral. The first was valued at $200 and the second valued at $4,000. There was no sign of a ...

Public notices

Legals

PUBLISH (August 24, 31, Sep- tember 7, 14, 21, 28, 2018) NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that default has occurred in the conditions of that cer- tain mortgage, that cer- tain Mortgage dated October 21, 2013, ex- ecuted by Nancy ...

Editor’s Mailbag

Mailbag

Auto Restorers Car Show ST. PETER — The Auto Restorers Car Club of St. Peter is holding its 42nd annual Auto Restorers Car Show and Swap Meet. The Car Show will take place on Sunday, September 16 from 6 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. The event will take place on the Nicollet County Fairgrounds in St. ...

Public Utilities welcome new director

Local News

NEW ULM — This month the New Ulm Public Utilities welcomed Rodney “Rod” Marshall as its new utilities director. The position was vacant since the resignation of former director Patrick Wrase last November. Marshall officially started as the new director Sept. 4. Marshall holds a ...

Painting rocks at Oak Hills

Local News

NEW ULM —The residents of Oak Hills and fourth, fifth and sixth-graders from Kids Connection decorated rocks for a good cause Wednesday evening. Next week, Bank Midwest is participating in a Community Impact Week through the Minnesota Bankers Association. Starting Monday, Sept. 17, the ...

Oakwood Church to host Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge

Local News

NEW ULM — Oakwood Church is hosting the music team and presenters of Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge (MnTC) this Sunday, Sept. 16, at 9:30 a.m., 1630 Oakwood Avenue, New Ulm. Everyone is welcome to come and support this ministry. Today MnTC serves thousands, offering the largest network ...

Detour to reach ‘Gathering of the Grads’

Local News

BERNADOTTE — Continuing road construction on Nicollet County Road 10 will require those attending the U of M St. Paul & Waseca campus “Gathering of the Grads” Saturday, September 15 at Bernadotte to use a detour. All access to the Bernadotte Lutheran Church Park will be from the ...

Police Logs

Police Logs

New Ulm Police • Arrested an intoxicated 73-year-old Sleepy Eye man for DWI near Cashwise Liquor at 2:17 p.m. Tuesday. • Received a vandalism report at Magic Water, 1512 N. Broadway at 9:48 a.m. Wednesday. A permanent marker was used to deface a garage door and handicapped parking ...

Brown County Record

Court News and Tickets

(All charges are petty misdemeanors unless otherwise noted) SPEEDING Cecilia F. Arellano-Torres, 220 Pine St. N.E., Sleepy Eye, 65/55, $125; Hunter D. Strickland, Brinson, Ga., 66/55, $135; also no Minnesota Driver’s License, $100; Hunter Rose, 27222 170th St., Sleepy Eye, 80/55, $225; ...

EDA moves forward with homebuyer assistance loan program

Local News

NEW ULM — A revised draft for the homebuyer assistance loan program was presented to the Economic Development Authority on Tuesday. This program would provide financing to those wishing to buy their first home in New Ulm through a zero percent, deferred payment loan. Assistant City ...

Panel OKs applications

Local News

Commissioners consider apps Sept. 18 NEW ULM — The Brown County Planning Commission approved recommendations for three conditional use permits (CUP), four final plat applications and a preliminary plat application, Tuesday. Recommended applications to be considered by the Brown County ...

Sleepy Eye City Council OKs 2019 preliminary budget, tax levy

Local News

SLEEPY EYE - The Sleepy Eye City Council unanimously approved an 11.74 percent 2019 preliminary budget increase Tuesday. City Manager Mark Kober said actual spending is up just 3.3 percent ($145,000) due to $223,000 in budget fund transfers. The 2019 total city budget of $4,607,285 is down ...

NUHS Class of 1948 holds 70th Reunion

Communities

Submitted photo The New Ulm High School class of 1948 recently celebrated its 70th class reunion at the Turner Hall with social time and luncheon. This was the 11th time this class held a reunion. The class of ’48 had 109 members. Hubert Humphrey —who was then the Mayor of Minneapolis ...

German police arrive in New Ulm

Local News

NEW ULM — German members of the German American Police Program (GAPP) created in 1990 by the now late New Ulm Police sergeant and New Ulm mayor Bert Schapekahm toured New Ulm Monday. A dozen German police officers met at Turner Hall Friday, attended Hermannfest on Saturday and watched a ...

Planning panel: Hermann Heights hillside should match MLC

Local News

NEW ULM — The Park and Recreation Commission changed its recommendation for the Hermann Heights hillside stabilization project. The majority of the commission is now supporting a landscaping option that matches the Martin Luther College hillside. The hillside stabilization project has come ...

Artist to share story at Hero for Life Banquet

Local News

Sept. 18 at Event Center NEW ULM — First Choice Pregnancy Services will host its 8th Annual Hero for Life Banquet on Tuesday evening, Sept. 18, at the New Ulm Event Center. The fundraising banquet will feature platinum-selling music artist Mark Schultz, who will share his impactful story ...

Cottonwood man gets stay in sex sting case

Local News

Ordered to attend offender program NEW ULM — A 47-year-old Cottonwood man received a stay of imposition Sept. 7 following a three-and-a-half-hour court trial earlier this summer in Brown County District Court. Paul R. Lund was involved in a sex sting operation that netted eight ...

Russell man faces felony burglary, theft charges

Local News

Allegedly on video camera system BROWN COUNTY — A 20-year-old Russell man was charged with felony 1st-degree burglary of an occupied dwelling and theft for taking a motor vehicle without owner consent in Brown County District Court Monday. Nicolas J. Marczak is linked to the charges by ...

Minneapolis man faces fleeing officer, reckless driving charges

Local News

Pursuit speeds over 130 mph BROWN COUNTY — A 38-year-old Minneapolis man, Leroy T. Bradley, faces felony charges for fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle and misdemeanor charges for reckless driving after a Aug. 19 pursuit involving an alleged stolen vehicle. According to court ...

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