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City Council, Fourth Ward tossup

October 30, 2014 In the New Ulm City Council 4th Ward race, voters have a choice between two strong candidates, two men with similar backgrounds asnatives of New Ulm, who we think are well suited to the job of... more »»

Re-elect Torkelson

October 29, 2014 State Rep. Paul Torkelson has been representing this part of the state since 2008. He is seeking re-election to House Seat 16B, and we encourage voters to give him another term. more »»

Elect Johnson for governor

October 28, 2014 Gov. more »»

Hagedorn will work hard for First District

October 27, 2014 If Republican Jim Hagedorn has proven anything in his campaign for the First District Congressional seat, it’s that he’s not afraid of putting in the work. more »»

Vote McFadden, for a change in D.C.

October 26, 2014 Voters have a lot to think about in the U.S. Senate race between Democratic Sen. Al Franken and Republican candidate Mike McFadden. more »»

Thumbs Up/Down

October 25, 2014 Legacy Dads THUMBS UP: There have been a lot of examples this year about how not to be a father. more »»

Lone wolf terrorists

October 24, 2014 Canada is experiencing a disturbing new trend in terrorism — the lone-wolf terrorist, acting alone but with the encouragement of Islamic terror groups on the other side of the world. more »»

What went wrong with the CDC?

October 23, 2014 When public health threats surface, many Americans, including health care professionals, turn to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC officials are the experts, after all. more »»

Obama’s concern is spin, not health

October 22, 2014 Ron Klain, the man President Barack Obama has put in charge of coordinating the national response to Ebola, has no experience in public health or dealing with large-scale disasters. more »»

The Ebola czar

October 21, 2014 In what may be the most irresponsible act of his tenure, President Barack Obama has appointed a political hack to lead the fight against Ebola. more »»

Political mud slinging

October 20, 2014 With election day a few weeks away, the political advertising is coming faster and more furious. For voters already tired of the negative ads that have been running, it’s a hard time to bear. more »»

What’s in a name? Absolutely nothing

October 19, 2014 One has to wonder how much effort the White House put into coming up with the official name for the war against Islamic State terrorists. more »»

Thumbs Up/Down

October 18, 2014 Getting to know the candidates THUMBS UP: New Ulm is fortunate to have an organization like the League of Women Voters of New Ulm, which is continuing its mission this election year of bringing... more »»

Success against Ebola lies in the details

October 17, 2014 U.S. officials have proven effective tactics to battle infectious diseases. But the devil is in the details — and the devil now is Ebola. more »»

Nobel winner right about regulations

October 16, 2014 For most of us, the work Nobel Prize winners do in fields such as science and economics is impenetrable. more »»

US having little impact on ISIS

October 15, 2014 U.S. policy aimed at destroying the Islamic State terrorist army isn’t even containing it, as was President Barack Obama’s original goal. more »»

We need more than luck to handle Ebola

October 14, 2014 It appears Americans will escape the most devastating consequences of an Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Just one person has died of the disease in the United States. more »»

What’s exciting in this election?

October 13, 2014 There are election years when the air is abuzz with excitement. In years past the state was battling huge deficits and the tax or cut battle had people worked up. more »»

Birds vs. Vikings

October 12, 2014 A million dollars is a million dollars, a lot of money even when compared to the $1 billion budget to build the new Vikings Stadium. more »»

Thumbs Up/Down

October 11, 2014 Arts grants THUMBS UP: The Prairie Lakes Arts Council announced $16,000 worth of grants are coming to Brown County to support arts programs or events. more »»



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