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Firefighters take two calls

April 19, 2015 New Ulm firefighters Nate Osborne, left, and Eric Portner walk back to a fire truck after fighting a grassfire Saturday afternoon near Traulich Estates, 2201 N. Broadway. more »»

Gaylord City Council to work with NY group

April 19, 2015 Seeks to fill old school building By Fritz Busch Staff Writer GAYLORD — The Gaylord City Council approved an agreement last week to work with a New York-based firm in a possible future effort to... more »»

Fatal crash on Highway 68

April 19, 2015 MANKATO — The Minnesota State Patrol reported two people died in a broadside, car-motorcycle accident report at 3:13 p.m. Saturday at the intersection of State Highway 68 and 519th Ave. more »»

Board of Adjustment OKs variance

April 19, 2015 NEW ULM — The Brown County Board of Adjustment unanimously approved a variance application Wednesday by Scott & Linda Zeig, Section 19, Milford Townshi. more »»

Local option sales tax on menu at Hot Topics

April 18, 2015 NEW ULM — Those in attendance at Friday’s Hot Topic Breakfast were given the latest update on the local option sales tax (LOST) and were able to provide feedback to the Park and Recreation Departmen... more »»

Book sale at BCHS

April 18, 2015 The Brown County Museum opened the Annex Friday morning for their annual books sale. Dozens of book lovers were present when doors opened at 9 a.m. The sale continues today, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. more »»

Boutique Week continues with annual fashion show

April 18, 2015 NEW ULM — The Boutique Week Fashion Show was the place to be Friday night. Attendees had the chance to sneak a peek at spring fashions from Gallery 512, Semblance, and Lambrechts. more »»

Rested and Ready

April 17, 2015 NEW ULM — The Rediscover North America Expedition departed New Ulm from Riverside Park early Thursday morning. more »»

Minnesota River Congress sets guidelines

April 17, 2015 NEW ULM — The Third Annual Minnesota River Congress met at Turner Hall on Thursday. The event’s purpose is networking and developing a citizen-led Minnesota River improvement movement. more »»

Transportation problem limits access to ECFE programs

April 17, 2015 NEW ULM — Preschool access comes down to transportation, says the administrator in charge of local programs. more »»

Fatal accident in Nicollet County

April 17, 2015 A fatal car accident occurred at 11:51 a.m. Wednesday on Country Road 20 in Nicollet County north of 398th Lane, according to the State Patro. more »»

Gaylord man dies in farm accident

April 17, 2015 GAYLORD — An 81-year-old man died in farm accident three miles southeast of Gaylord, near the intersection of 441st Avenue and 290th Stree. more »»

2 New Ulm groups awarded $16,000 in arts grants

April 17, 2015 The Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council is pleased to announce that grants of $105,100 from the Arts and Culture Heritage Fund have been awarded to seventeen arts organizations, community groups and... more »»

Sophomores explore career paths at Career Expo

April 16, 2015 NEW ULM — Students from several area high schools converged on the New Ulm Civic Center on Wednesday to explore the 2015 edition of Career Expo. more »»

Hog operations get OK from planning panel

April 16, 2015 NEW ULM — The Brown County Planning Commission approved nine Conditional Use Permit applications Tuesday including five hog finishing and wean-to-finish operations. more »»

DNR stocks area creeks with trout for opener

April 16, 2015 ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) stocked a number of area creeks this week in preparation for the stream trout fishing opener set for Saturday, April 18. more »»

EDA sells lots, house in Milford Heights

April 15, 2015 NEW ULM — The Economic Development Authority announced Tuesday purchase agreements for lots in the Milford Heights and for a spec house in the subdivision. more »»

Sleepy Eye OKs Phase II of lake trail

April 15, 2015 SLEEPY EYE — The Sleepy Eye City Council unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday for Phase II of the Sleepy Eye Lake Trail now estimated to cost $1.08 millio. more »»

Employee Recognition for Brown County

April 15, 2015 Tuesday night was Employee Recognition Day for Brown County employees. A dinner and awards presentation were held at the New Ulm Community Center. more »»

Job testifies for support for mental health professionals

April 15, 2015 Catherine Job, executive director of Sioux Trails Mental Health Center, testified April 8, in front of the House Finance Committee in support of the addition of mental health professionals to House... more »»



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