TOP HEADLINES

Goats get to work

By: Fritz Busch

NEW ULM — Fifty-nine goats raced out of a long trailer and into a hilly, wooded area secured by an electric, mesh fence at Flandrau State Park Thursday afternoon. Goats will eat and control invasive plants for about a month on about 22 ...

April 19, 2019

Nuvera CEO Bill Otis to retire after 40 years

NEW ULM — Nuvera Communications, Inc., a communications company headquartered in New Ulm, Minnesota, has announced its Chief Executive Officer Bill Otis, 61, will be retiring after 40 years with the company. He will remain in his current role ...

April 19, 2019

Highway 13 closes again

After opening for a brief period this week, County Road 13 north of New Ulm, including the Buessman Bridge, was closed Thursday from the KC Road to Nicollet County 21 due to high floodwater. Motorists can be fined up to $1,000 and/or 90 days in ...

April 19, 2019

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SPORTS

Eagles boys top Saints

By: Jeff Meder

NEW ULM — New Ulm defeated St. Peter 4-3 on Thursday in a Big South boys’ tennis match. It was a big win for the Eagles’ program. “I’m totally happy with the win,” New Ulm head coach Pete Engeldinger said. “We have not beaten ...

April 19, 2019

NU girls take 3rd, boys 5th

By: Jeremy Behnke

NEW ULM — The New Ulm girls’ golf team had a good showing at its home invitational on Thursday, finishing third overall with a team score of 376. Jordan took first on the girls’ side with a 352. Fairmont was next (359), followed by ...

April 19, 2019

Raymond signs with NU Steel

NEW ULM — Jack Raymond, who set a school record for career saves with 1,970 for the New Ulm Eagles hockey team, signed a tender Thursday to play for the New Ulm Steel in the NA3HL next season. Raymond becomes the second Eagles’ hockey ...

April 19, 2019

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