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Park & Rec Commission selects oversight panel reps

Local News

NEW ULM — Two members of the Park and Recreation Commission were recommended for appointment to the Reinvest in New Ulm (RENU) Oversight Committee Tuesday. The commissioners selected Toby Freier and Chris Vorwerk to serve on the Oversight Committee. The Oversight Committee will include the ...

Revised blight ordinance before council

Local News

NEW ULM — A revised blight ordinance comes before the City Council Tuesday. A Blight Committee was appointed earlier in the year consisting of Councilors Larry Mack and Dave Christian, Police Chief Myron Wieland, Fire Chief Paul Macho, Community Development Director Dave Schnobrich and ...

CHS Industrial Art Show

Local News

Eleventh-grader Heidi Hoffman, left, stands next to her storage cabinet and Nathan Hauser, 12th grade, stands behind his table coffee during the Cathedral High School Industrial Art Show Monday in the gym.

Authorities search for New Ulm man

Local News

NEW ULM — Law enforcement is searching for a 33-year-old New Ulm man facing charges of felony identity theft, financial transaction card fraud and obtaining telecommunications services for personal use by fraud. An arrest warrant was issued after charges were filed in Brown County District ...

Flat Track Racing

Communities

The Flying Dutchmen Motorcycle Club is holding its annual Flat Track Racing for motorcycles and quads this weekend, Saturday and Sunday at the Flying Dutchmen clubgrounds. Noon start each day. Pit pass is $10; spectator passes are $6. Children 10 and under and adults 65 and older are free. The ...

Police Logs

Police Logs

New Ulm Police • Conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of U.S. Highway 14 and Nicollet County Road 37 at 1:34 a.m. May 14. A 42-year-old Fresno, Ca. man was taken into custody on suspicion of Driving While Intoxicated and processed at the Brown County Law Enforcement Center. • ...

Public notices

Legals

May 15,16 2018) OFFICE OF THE MINNESOTA SECRETARY OF STATE Certificate of As- sumed Name Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 333 The filing of an as- sumed name does not provide a user with ex- clusive rights to that name. The filing is re- quired for consumer ...

Mother’s Day yoga

Local News

Prenatal and Mindful Mamas Yoga instructor Kinzie Eckstein, left, New Ulm, and Kelly Kral of New Ulm practice yoga at the New Ulm Wellness Collective, 15 S. Minnesota St. May 13. The class is designed to support, nurture and challenge the body and spirit for women on their journey of motherhood.

Dempseys receive Sertoma Service to Mankind award

Local News

NEW ULM — A local couple is being honored for their dedication to the community and opening their home to children. Terry and Janet Dempsey have been awarded the Sertoma Club’s Service to Mankind Award. They will be honored during an annual banquet Tuesday, May 22, at the New Ulm Country ...

County Board considers ‘recapture bags’

Local News

NEW ULM — Brown County commissioners will consider the purchase of “recapture” bags May 15 using SCORE recycling bunds from Blue Lakes Plastics to start an agricultural plastic recycling program. Brown County Recycling has been in contact with livestock producers and other producers of ...

New vet enjoys variety when treating animals

Monday Business

NEW ULM — The New Ulm Regional Veterinary Clinic expanded its roster of doctors with the addition of Dr. Stacy Melzer. Melzer has been a veterinarian for eight years. She says her favorite part of the job is how every day is unique. “You do everything,” Melzer said. “You see ...

New investment advisor at Alliance Bank

Monday Business

NEW ULM — Alliance Bank has hired Nate Windschitl as a new investment advisor and the Willkommen Committee of the New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce stopped by to welcome him. Nate is a New Ulm native with nearly 19 years of experience in finance. He was approached by Alliance to come on ...

New manager greeted at Subway

Monday Business

NEW ULM — The Willkommen Committee of the New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce stopped by the Subway at 1 S. Minnesota St. to meet the new manager, Colleen Vasquez. Colleen has worked at Subway for about 8 months, and was promoted to manager on February 1st. She was born in Sioux Falls, but ...

Police Logs

Police Logs

New Ulm Police • Responded to an assault report at New Ulm Mobile Village, 2526 Bridge St. S. at 4:20 p.m. May 12. A teenage girl hit a teenage boy several times in the left arm and shoulder. There were five witnesses but no visible injury. A report will be forwarded to the Brown County ...

Brown County Record

Court News and Tickets

(All charges are petty misdemeanors unless otherwise noted) SPEEDING Mary L. Mathiowetz, 14703 320th Ave., Comfrey, 65/55, $125; Charlotte A. Sorenson, 12806 290th Ave., Sleepy Eye, 65/55, $125; Gail M. Lutteke 6 McIntosh Dr., New Ulm, 65/55, $125; SEAT BELT VIOLATION IN COMMERCIAL ...

Nicollet County seeking input

Local News

ST. PETER — Nicollet County is embarking on a planning process to update its comprehensive plan. The plan will lay out goals and policies that will be used to guide future actions and decision making on land use, transportation, natural resources, and parks. A community survey provides ...

Niemann Memorial Tribute ends with blast

Local News

NEW ULM — Two U.S. Air Force F-16 fighter jets could be heard faintly flying high over the New Ulm City Cemetery at the 1st Lt. Robert F. Niemann Memorial Tribute May 12. Suddenly the jets approached from the north at high speed. A whoosh was heard, followed by a loud roar as they flew low ...

Graduates are told they are never alone

Local News

NEW ULM — One hundred forty-eight students received degrees marking the completion of their training at Martin Luther College (MLC) May 12. Graduates received 36 Bachelor of Arts (pre-seminary) degrees, 94 Bachelor of Science in Education degrees including 16 in early childhood education, ...

Celebrations and Solemnities

Local News

New Ulm had occasions for celebration and for solemn remembrance on Saturday. Martin Luther College held its annual graduation ceremony on Saturday, with 148 seniors receiving their diplomas and stepping out into a bright future. At about the same time, a memorial tribute for First Lieutenant ...

Park & Rec Report

Communities

Tiny Tot Open Swim, May 18 from 9:30-11 a.m. Shallow area of pool will be open to bring your tot for fun! Cost is $2.50 per tot. Whirlpool closed during this time. Summer Activities Online Registration is open and available. Open Pickleball Times are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-2:30 p.m. ...

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