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Officer Duehring retires

June 14, 2014 NEW ULM—Retiring police officer Julie Duehring was a bit choked up at times at her retirement reception Friday in the Brown County Law Enforcement Center Training Roo. more »»

District 84 OKs principal’s contract

June 14, 2014 SLEEPY EYE—The District 84 Board of Education approved high school principal and business manager contracts on a lengthy list of action items Thursday. more »»

Gieseke resigns from School Board

June 13, 2014 NEW ULM — Sharon Gieseke, a school board member elected in 2012, resigned from the District 88 Board of Education on Thursday night, just under a year and a half into her first term. more »»

Young musicians practice for concert

June 13, 2014 From left, Anne Goedtke and Samuel Goedtke of Springfield and New Ulm Suzuki School of Music Pops Camp musicians prepare for a concert Thursday. more »»

Minneapolis firm studies Sleepy Eye housing needs

June 13, 2014 SLEEPY EYE — A representative of a Minneapolis-based real estate research company reviewed a city housing study Wednesday to a group of business and industry leaders. more »»

Mathiowetz Construction gets Wal-Mart work in Mankato

June 13, 2014 MANKATO — Mathiowetz Construction of Leavenworth will do earthwork in the construction of the $75 million, 454,000 square-foot Wal-Mart distribution center set to open next May in the northeast... more »»

Wiley named NU library director

June 13, 2014 NEW ULM — On Monday, the New Ulm Public Library will have a new director. Kris Wiley was approved unanimously as the new director during the Thursday meeting of the Library Board. more »»

Crews to replace Highway 68 property markers starting in July

June 13, 2014 MANKATO – Motorists this summer may notice crews replacing and adding highway right-of-way limit marker signs every 400 feet along Highway 68 from Morgan to Evan. more »»

Minnesota River Congress set June 19

June 13, 2014 NEW ULM – Citizen organizations and agencies focused on Minnesota River natural and economic environments are planning to hold the first Minnesota River Congress on Thursday, June 19 at Turner Hall... more »»

Jill Curry ... NUHS retiree

June 12, 2014 NEW ULM — Seeing the light bulb go on in students as they got what she was teaching. more »»

Albrecht honored for promoting tourism

June 12, 2014 NEW ULM — In a special ceremony Wednesday afternoon Joel Albrecht was honored with the “Tourism Person of the Year” award for 201. more »»

Kretschmer to join Journal staff

June 12, 2014 NEW ULM — Elena Kretschmer, the 2014 Hans Joohs Exchange intern from Germany, arrived in New Ulm this week and will be joining the staff of The Journal as a reporter for the three month. more »»

Hartmann violates probation without consequences

June 12, 2014 Gibbon farmer guilty of selling raw milk in 2012 GAYLORD — A Sibley County District Court judge did not enforce a probation violation Wednesday involving a rural Gibbon farmer who pleaded guilty to... more »»

Panel OKs variances

June 12, 2014 NEW ULM — The Brown County Board of Adjustment unanimously approved variance applications Wednesday in Stark and Cottonwood Townships. more »»

Danielson wins mall suit

June 11, 2014 NEW ULM — Businessman Randy Danielson was awarded $1,056,714 on Monday in a civil lawsuit involving the Marktplatz Mall owners. more »»

Laurie Groebner: Media generalist at Washington Elementary

June 11, 2014 NEW ULM — Laurie Groebner’s entry into the field of education followed a progression of other choices — even though, having loved playing school in childhood, she “always knew” education could be th... more »»

Airport panel gets update on runway projects

June 11, 2014 NEW ULM — The Airport Advisory Commission received an update Tuesday on the status of the Primary Runway Reconstruction Project as well as the Taxiway Reconstruction Project and the relocated... more »»

Sleepy Eye considers false alarm fire policy

June 11, 2014 SLEEPY EYE — The Sleepy Eye City Council discussed a false fire alarm policy Tuesday, and it plans to consider a new policy at its July meetin. more »»

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 »»

 
 

 

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