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New doctors in New Ulm

Monday Business

The Willkommen Committee of the New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed two new doctors at New Ulm Medical Center, Dr. Angela Honstad and Dr. Grace Ouyang. Both doctors have New Ulm ties. After graduating from MSU Mankato and the U of M, Dr. Honstad has come back to her home town. Raised in ...

Business becomes America’s Best Hearing

Monday Business

The Willkommen Committee of the New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce recently stopped by America’s Best Hearing at 825 N Broadway to congratulate the business on the transition. Previously operating as Connect Hearing, the New Ulm location was purchased by America’s Best Hearing and the ...

Police Logs

Police Logs

New Ulm Police Police received a burglary report 9:21 a.m. Sunday from a garage shop at 1127 N. Front Street. An intruder broke through a door and window to gain entrance. An undetermined amount of loose change was reported missing.

Tina Smith – Dem

Local News

Top priority: If elected, what is your top priority for the 2019 Congress? Why are you running for office? The number one issue I hear about from Minnesotans is the rising cost of health care, including the skyrocketing cost of prescription drugs. As Senator, I have introduced multiple pieces ...

Karin Housley – Rep.

Local News

Top priority: If elected, what is your top priority for the 2019 Congress? Why are you running for office? I am running for office because I believe Minnesotans need a new voice in the United States Senate. With the partisan gridlock and obstruction plaguing Washington, it has never been ...

‘Shopping Opener’ has plenty of hunters

Local News

NEW ULM — The first full weekend in November is the opening of the hunting season, but in New Ulm, the hunters are shoppers looking for seasonal deals. The Shopping Opener officially started Friday, Nov. 2 and will run through Sunday, Nov. 4. The annual GnomeMade Market began Friday. There ...

Local fire believed to be arson

Local News

A fire reported Friday evening on County Road 29 has been ruled arson and is currently being investigated. The fire was reported approximately 6:42 p.m. Friday at 17048 CR 29, in the Milford Township. The fire was located in a vacant farm house across from the Americold cold storage facility. ...

Hall of Fame showcases 2018 inductees’ talent

Local News

NEW ULM — The Minnesota Music Hall of Fame opened its doors Saturday for the new inductee showcase. The 2018 inductees included University of Minnesota organist Dean Billmeyer, Educator in Native American Music Frances Densmore, jazz singer Arne Fogel, old time concertina player Johnny ...

NUACS holds annual Berghold Appeal dinner

Local News

NEW ULM — New Ulm Area Catholic Schools (NUACS) held their annual Alexander Berghold Society Appeal dinner at the New Ulm Country Club, Saturday. The event honors donors who have contributed $250 or more to the annual appeal. The dinner opened with a prayer from Bishop John M. LeVoir. ...

Author visit

Local News

Submitted photo Recently, New Ulm Middle School had welcome surprise when author Nancy Noyes Silcox, in town for her class reunion, volunteered to share a book she wrote with NUMS 7th graders. Nancy is a graduate from NUHS, an inductee into the NUHS Hall of Fame and author of the book ...

Author Allen Eskens to visit Fairfax Library

Local News

FAIRFAX — Minnesota author Allen Eskens, bestselling author of “The Life We Bury,” “The Guise of Another,” “The Heavens May Fall,” “The Deep Dark Descending” and “The Shadows We Hide” will visit the Fairfax Public Library for a program and a book signing on Tuesday, Nov. ...

Amy Klobuchar-Dem

Local News

Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Jim Newberger responded to a Minnesota Newspaper Association questionnaire asking about their view on issues. Their answers are given here. They have been slightly edited for length. To see a document with their complete answers go to www.nujournal.com Top priority: If ...

Jim Newberger-Rep

Local News

Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Jim Newberger responded to a Minnesota Newspaper Association questionnaire asking about their view on issues. Their answers are given here. They have been slightly edited for length. To see a document with their complete answers go to www.nujournal.com Top priority: If ...

Park & Rec Report

Communities

Youth Pottery offered Mondays; Nov. 5 and 12 from 4 to 5 p.m. at the Community Center. Register online or at the Rec Center. Open Broomball begins Nov. 7 and will run Wednesdays from 7:15-8:45 p.m. at the Civic Center. Admission is $4.75 per person or punch cards are available for $42.75 ...

Hall of Fame inducts 2018 class

Local News

NEW ULM — Friday’s ceremony at Turner Hall was music to the ears of the six new inductee of the Minnesota Music Hall of Fame. It was the 30th annual Induction Ceremony held by the Hall of Fame. The 2018 inductees included University of Minnesota organist Dean Billmeyer, Educator in Native ...

Springfield Going to State

Local News

Staff photo by Jeremy Behnke Springfield players celebrate their Section 3A championship at Mattke Field at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall. The No. 3 seed Tigers defeated No. 1 seed Murray County Central 15-14 to earn their first trip to the Class A State Tournament since ...

Lewisville man faces two assault charges in Halloween detox brawl

Local News

NEW ULM — A 19-year-old Lewisville man faces two gross misdemeanor 4th-degree assault charges and two misdemeanor 5th-degree assault charges after tussling with law enforcement at the Brown County Evaluation Center on Halloween night. Charges were filed Thursday in Brown County District ...

Foundation announces fall grants

Local News

NEW ULM — The New Ulm Area Foundation recently held a reception for the 2018 Fall Grant recipients. $20,575 were given in grants for this fall cycle. Awarded from the NUVERA and Somsen Endowment Funds was a grant to the Concord Singers for $2,375 to fund the preservation and retention of ...

St. Paul man faces two felony check charges

Local News

NEW ULM — Charges were filed in Brown County District Court Thursday against a 56-year-old St. Paul man for allegedly forging three checks totalling $11,600 that were cashed at Alliance Bank branches in New Ulm, Hanska and Madelia in July 26 through Aug. 4. Timothy J. Kellerman, St. Paul, ...

State Patrol IDs pedestrian-car crash victim, driver

Local News

NEW ULM — The Minnesota State Patrol has identified the pedestrian killed in a one-vehicle crash at Broadway and 6th North Street on Thursday. The State Patrol reported Friday afternoon that Craig L. Schmidt, 63, New Ulm, died in the crash involving a 2017 Dodge Journey driven by Tammy L. ...

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