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New Ulm WWII vets tour Washington, D.C.

December 12, 2010 In a thank you letter to grade school students and teachers, a New Ulm native who served in the U.S. more »»

Home schooling

December 5, 2010 NEW ULM — People’s reasons for home schooling their children can vary significantly with each child, as I found out during recent conversations with several home schooling parents. more »»

May Care

November 28, 2010 NEW ULM — On a typical day, Les Schultz has a lot on his plate. more »»

The Road to Recovery

November 21, 2010 NEW ULM — Like a lot of teens, Corey Plath had big dreams of one day going to college and possibly even pursuing athletics while doing so. more »»

New Ulm High School presents: Hello, Dolly!

November 14, 2010 NEW ULM — “Hello, Dolly!” is a lively musical sprinkled with comedy that tells the story of a well-known widowed matchmaker named Mrs. Dolly Gallagher Levi. more »»

NUACS presents:

November 7, 2010 It’s not basketball season yet on the high school calendar, but take a ride into that arena in the historic Holy Trinity Middle School Auditorium when New Ulm Area Catholic Schools present Disney’s... more »»

An Artful Endeavor

October 31, 2010 NEW ULM — A remarkable new art education series will likely go beyond rekindling interest in Wanda Gag’s work. more »»

North to Alaska

October 24, 2010 A few years ago one of Rick Christiansen’s friends suggested he come up with a bucket list — a list of things he wanted to do before he die. more »»

Lured to the lakes

October 17, 2010 BRAINERD — After retiring from 3M and moving up north to the Brainerd area five years ago, former New Ulm resident Dale Ruehling has found a new career to keep himself busy during the summer weekend... more »»

Journey Urns

October 10, 2010 NEW ULM — Brother and sister Tim Standafer of Belle Plaine and Lori Standafer of New Ulm have gone into business together creating and selling Journey Urns cremation urns. more »»

School garden grows goodness

October 3, 2010 The Sibley East High School Future Farmers of America organization and local businesses are on board with the growing farm to school movement. more »»

Writings on the walls:

September 26, 2010 NEW ULM — The images and stories haunt us, as Dr. Shanna Bunce, a New Ulm pediatrician, flips through the photos on her laptop screen. more »»

Having an ImPACT

September 19, 2010 NEW ULM — Since the high school sports season opened last month, area students have been busy taking tests. more »»

Life’s Song

September 12, 2010 NEW ULM — After becoming a pastor in 2002, New Ulm native Chris Christenson thought he had his life pretty much figured out. more »»

St. Paul’s School: A 125-Year Tradition

September 5, 2010 NEW ULM — St. Paul’s Lutheran Elementary School will celebrate its 125th anniversary Sept. 25-26, with a variety of events. more »»

Man on a Mission

August 29, 2010 SAN LUCAS MISSION, GUATEMALA — When the Rev. more »»

Sherwood Point Lighthouse still operates

August 22, 2010 Even if you don’t have access to the attached cottage, you may find it interesting to visit Sherwood Point Lighthouse and the panoramic view it affords of Sturgeon Bay, Wi. more »»

Students Today, Leaders Forever

August 15, 2010 NEW ULM — When Jaclyn Britz was a freshman at New Ulm High School, an announcement came over the intercome asking for students to do a service project in Chicago and the cost would be $100. more »»

Turner Hall: a revival in the making

August 1, 2010 NEW ULM — Buoyed by the award of a $200,000 Legacy grant in late June, the Turner Society is intensifying fund raising efforts, looking forward to preserving the viability of its historic building. more »»

 
 

 

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