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After more than 150 years, New Ulm Battery still one-of-a-kind

October 23, 2016 By Jake Calhoun Journal Sports Writer NEW ULM — Established in 1863, the New Ulm Battery remains the only town-based Civil War-era militia in the country that is still in existence. more »»

NU Park and Recreation offers several options for the fall and winter seasons

October 16, 2016 NEW ULM — With the winter months fast approaching and people making the transition from being outside to indoors, now is the time to start planning ahead to stay in shape during the fall and winter... more »»

Radon—the silent, invisible, odorless killer

October 9, 2016 A few years ago, Ron Anderson of New Ulm saw a Brown County Public Health newspaper advertisement in The Journal about radon test kits available in the public health office. more »»

An Austrian architect discovers New Ulm

October 2, 2016 Judith Eiblmayr is a practicing architect, architectural critic and teacher, and was the Fulbright Visiting Professor at the University of Minnesota in the Fall of 2015. more »»

Springfield native Tyler Marz adjusts to life on the Titans practice squad

September 25, 2016 NASHVILLE, Tenn. — It seems like Tyler Marz can finally relax after a busy spring and summer that had him auditioning for a spot in the NFL, a lifelong dream for so many but realized by so few. more »»

Meatless Bolognese

September 20, 2016 By Wendy Monro Many of my friends and family believe that by cutting some of the meat out of their diets, they will become healthier and lose weight in the process. more »»

Minute meals for your kitchen

September 20, 2016 By Laura Schmidt RD, LD We have all been there. You get home from a long day and you are hungry! You don’t want to take the time to make dinner, so you just end up ordering food to go. more »»

Fairfax man has hundreds of license plates

September 18, 2016 FAIRFAX—If you have a question about license plates, especially unusual ones, Everett Hanson is a good person to ask. He has collected more than 400 plates over the past 70 year. more »»

Local woman finds family on Guatemala mission trip

September 11, 2016 NEW ULM — In less than a month, on Oct. 8, long time resident Dani Winter will marry her fiance Kevin Andrew. more »»

Sleepy Eye’s Hernandez set for big time on MMA stage

September 4, 2016 By Jake Calhoun Journal Sports Writer SLEEPY EYE — When Juan Hernandez first discovered mixed martial arts, he knew he loved it. more »»

Fort Ridgely State Park loaded with history

August 28, 2016 Staff Writer FORT RIDGELY — The removal of Fort Ridgely’s golf course is at the center of much controversy recently. However, the fort is far more than a sporting location. more »»

Celebrating 37 years of coaching New Ulm Cathedral Softball

August 21, 2016 By Jeremy Behnke Journal Sports Editor NEW ULM — It’s not easy to get one by New Ulm Cathedral softball coach Bob Mertz. more »»

Jaspersen talks of Wanda Gag, his love of New Ulm, art roots and future projects

August 14, 2016 Last December, The Grand Center for the Arts commissioned New Ulm artist and art teacher Jason Jaspersen to create a life-sized bronze sculpture of New Ulm’s sweetheart, artist, author, translator... more »»

Pokémon Go

August 7, 2016 NEW ULM—The wild, Charmander, Rattata, Drowzee and Zubat have all been spotted in New Ulm over the last few weeks by those who know where to look. more »»

Strike!: Area umpires share love, struggles of game

July 31, 2016 NEW ULM — With call after call constantly under the potential for scrutiny, the job of being an umpire can often be a thankless one. more »»

Volunteer assistant coach has impact on players throughout career

July 24, 2016 NEW ULM — Sometimes walking away from a position or job that you love can be one of the toughest decisions in life. Sam Clyne knew at some point he’d have to give up coachin. more »»

The State Street Theatre Company presents: Lights Up!

July 17, 2016 NEW ULM — State Street Theatre Company (SSTC) is bringing a little Broadway to the New Ulm Community Center with a Broadway style musical revue. “Lights Up!” will be on stage at 600 N. German St. more »»

Sandhoefners pass 75-year mark

July 10, 2016 Delbert and Eunice Sandhoefner met when they were Sleepy Eye High School students in 1939. more »»

Nicollet’s Kayla Wenner leaves mark on U of M softball program

June 26, 2016 MINNEAPOLIS­ — In becoming one of the leaders of a highly successful University of Minnesota softball team, Kayla Wenner had come a long way from her humble roots in Nicollet, Minnesota. more »»

Flandrau State Park participating of DNR 125th state park anniversary

June 19, 2016 NEW ULM — Without question, one of the more popular summer attractions state-wide are the Minnesota State Park. more »»



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