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EDA approves revenue bonds and housing upgrades

June 11, 2014 NEW ULM — The Economic Development Authority held a public hearing on Tuesday on the issuance of Housing Facility Revenue Bonds by the EDA in a total principal not to exceed $10 million. more »»

Bonnie Lilleodden, media center secretary at Washington

June 10, 2014 NEW ULM — Bonnie Lilleodden’s dream growing up was to be teacher. But due to financial constraints, she never went to college, so working in the school system became her ideal career. more »»

Barb Marti files civil lawsuit against Morgan Creek Vineyard, ATV driver

June 10, 2014 CAMBRIA — A personal injury lawsuit was filed on May 27 against Shawn Patrick Hearn and Morgan Creek Vineyard in Cambria Township, Blue Earth County, by Barbara Marti of New Ulm for injuries she... more »»

Harkin Store flag program

June 9, 2014 Staff photo by Fritz Busch The Harkin Store featured a flag program on Sunday. The 1870s-era general store is managed by the Nicollet County Historical Society. more »»

Run/Walk celebration impresses Kill

June 8, 2014 SLEEPY EYE—University of Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill wore a smile, blue jeans and cowboy boots as he walked to the podium with Deb and Scott Hadley at Kaylie & Tyler’s 5k Colorful Walk/Run... more »»

Wagner ordained as priest

June 8, 2014 NEW ULM—A 37-year-old Sleepy Eye native was ordained from a deacon to the priesthood for the Catholic Diocese of New Ulm Saturday by Bishop John M. LeVoir at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinit. more »»

Wendler known for focus on literacy

June 7, 2014 NEW ULM — When I think of Marlene Wendler, I think of trumpeter swans. more »»

Torkelson, Dahms mull ‘big government'

June 7, 2014 SLEEPY EYE—Area Republican legislators Paul Torkelson and Gary Dahms talked at the Brown County Congress Friday about the need for a balanced legislature to avoid one-party legislative control they... more »»

A piece of history: Auditorium seats sold

June 7, 2014 NEW ULM — The District Administrative Center parking lot was a strange sight on Friday afternoon, as the New Ulm Actors Community Theatre (NUACT)?offered a sale of the wooden seats formerly housed i... more »»

Cruise-ins commence

June 7, 2014 Classic and muscle car enthusiasts flocked to Dave’s Place, downtown Lafayette Friday evening for the first of eight cruise-ins every other Friday through Sept. 12. more »»

Stadick landed at Normandy

June 6, 2014 NEW ULM — While thousands of people visit the beaches, cemeteries and stone-walled villages of Normandy to recognize the 70th anniversary of the D-Day Invasion this week, a 96-year-old New Ulm man... more »»

Event honors Kaylie, Tyler

June 6, 2014 If you go: Who: Public What: Kaylie and Tyler’s 5k Rainbow Color Run celebration Where: Allison Park, Sleepy Eye. more »»

Block fights cancer; Benefit planned Saturday

June 6, 2014 NEW ULM — A benefit will be held Saturday, June 7 at the New Ulm Armory for Teresa (Wallace) Block who was recently diagnosed with Stage IV Small Cell Lung Cancer. more »»

Museum given prints by Bobleter

June 6, 2014 Staff photo by Kremena Spengler Julie L’Enfant, Ph.D. more »»

Seifert: ‘I’m the most electable candidate’

June 6, 2014 By Kevin Sweeney Journal Editor NEW ULM — With four candidates entered in the Republican Primary election for governor in August, Marty Seifert of Marshall is making sure he isn’t going to be lost... more »»

Red Cross blood drive concludes today

June 6, 2014 Rita Walters, right, donates blood at the Red Cross Bloodmobile Thursday at Vogel Fieldhouse. The blood drive continues today from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the fieldhouse. Walk-ins are welcome. more »»

Let the summer bloom

June 5, 2014 Staff photo by Steve Muscatello An abundance of Dame’s rockets are in full bloom at Flandrau State Park in New Ulm. The wild flower’s petals vary from lavender to pinks to whites. more »»

Full bellies for all kids

June 5, 2014 NEW?ULM — Who says there’s no such thing as a free lunch? According to Jackie LeMay, director of food service for District 88, that widely-held sentiment can and will be proven false this summe. more »»

FDA mandates stricter warnings on tanning beds

June 5, 2014 NEW ULM — Within the next few months all new tanning beds and sun lamps will be mandated to carry new warnings against use by customers under 18. more »»

 
 

 

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