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Crisis nursery will be a place of comfort and hope

July 20, 2016 NEW ULM — Imagine you are a shift worker with young children. At the last minute, your childcare arrangements fall through. more »»

Perkins is back

July 19, 2016 NEW ULM — Ninety-one days after a fire ravaged Perkins Family Restaurant and Bakery on South Broadway, the popular restaurant reopened for business Monday morning. more »»

Half-sized Wanda Gag sculpture unveiled

July 19, 2016 NEW ULM — Dozens of preschool-age children gathered in the New Ulm Public Library Monday, for a special story time event concluding with the unveiling of a half-size Wanda Gag sculpture. more »»

Council to decide on sales tax referendum question

July 19, 2016 NEW ULM — The City Council tonight plans to identify the projects to be funded with a potential local sales tax. more »»

EDA counters on Pfaender property

July 19, 2016 NEW ULM — The New Ulm Economic Development Authority (EDA) received an offer for a home it owns, at 612 Pfaender Dr. more »»

Commissioners consider CD 60 repair

July 19, 2016 NEW ULM — Brown County commissioners will consider repair of an open ditch primarily located in Prairieville Township today. more »»

Broadway to close Thursday, from Center to 1st North

July 19, 2016 NEW ULM — Beginning at 7 a.m. more »»

Excessive heat risk: Yikes, it’s hot out there

July 19, 2016 NEW ULM — With a heat wave projected, staying cool and making simple changes in your fluid intake, activities and clothing during hot weather can help you stay safe and healthy, warns Karen Moritz o... more »»

What a blast!

July 18, 2016 NEW ULM—The eleventh annual Bavarian Blast came to close Sunday after three days of German-themed festivities. more »»

Perkins is back

July 18, 2016 NEW ULM—Ninety-one days after a fire ravaged Perkins Family Restaurant and Bakery on South Broadway the popular restaurant reopened for business Monday mornin. more »»

Bavarian Blast events prove popular

July 17, 2016 NEW ULM — The fun and excitement of Bavarian Blast continued Saturday with a day full of special competition and music with attendance higher than in the last few years. more »»

Gibbon celebrates 125th anniversary of FD

July 17, 2016 Gibbon marked the 125th anniversary of its fire department on Saturday during its Gibbon Fun Fest Parade. At left, a group of retired Gibbon firefighters served as the Grand Marshals in the parade. more »»

Park & Rec Report

July 17, 2016 Concert in the Park: Monday, July 18 entertainment by The Ken and Ken Show. Be sure to catch the Puppet Wagon before the concert for a show starting at 6:15 p.m. more »»

Veterans to finish Eagle Lake mural

July 17, 2016 EAGLE LAKE — The American Legion in Eagle Lake will host the completion of their veteran produced mural this weekend during the communities Tator Days celebration. more »»

Bavarian Blast starts strong

July 16, 2016 NEW ULM — The smell of sauerkraut, the sound of concertinas, and the sight of vendors selling lederhosen means Bavarian Blast 2016 is in full swing. more »»

Honey Queen says bees matter

July 16, 2016 WINTHROP — Minnesota Honey Producers Association convention-goers that toured a Winthrop honey processing plant Friday included the 2016 American Honey Queen,?Kim Kester. more »»

Man faces charges after altercation at wife’s apartment

July 16, 2016 NEW ULM — A 39-year-old homeless man has been charged two felony counts, and four lesser charges following an altercation at his wife’s apartment on July 12 that resulted in him getting stabbed in... more »»

1919 fire truck still rolling

July 15, 2016 Staff photo by Steve Muscatello A 1919 vintage firetruck from the New Ulm Fire Department drew interest at the Car Hop & Shop Classic Car and Motorcycle Cruise-In Thursday in downtown New Ulm. more »»

Canoeists reach Hudson’s Bay

July 15, 2016 YORK FACTORY, Manitoba, CANADA — Gibbon canoeists Sam Gatton and Jesse Rider reached York Factory, Manitoba, in the southwest corner of Hudson’s Bay Tuesday night and had feelings that were hard to... more »»

Legal issues surrounding Dakota war crimes trials in 1862 discussed

July 15, 2016 NEW ULM — Historian and author, John Haymond, layed out his research on the legalities of the 1862 Dakota Military Trials during the Brown County Historical Society’s Lunch and a Bite of History... more »»



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