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Roll-in reaches new heights

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NEW ULM – Parking on downtown Minnesota Street was at a premium Friday night; except for owners of classic and specialty cars. For the second month in a row, New Ulm hosted a Car & Bike Roll-in and as with last month it brought dozens of unique vehicles to downtown. Minnesota Street ...

Hoppe art on display

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NEW ULM — The Grand Center for the Arts and Culture has a new art exhibit. Aitkin artist Olivia Hoppe grew up fishing and engaging in other outdoor activities with her family. She said her father created many Native American crafts and taught her techniques that influenced her art work that ...

New historical fiction book to feature New Ulm

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NEW ULM – Writing about a family’s journey from Cincinnati Ohio to New Ulm Minnesota from 1856-1862 was Nancy Silcox’s first foray into historical fiction. The book, “A Place Called Home”, follows the Beck family through the eyes of 10-year-old Carolina Beck. As German immigrants ...

Denis Warta to receive Roger J. Wolfe Achievement Award

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NEW ULM – The Minnesota Valley Action Council (MVAC) is awarding the Roger J. Wolfe Achievement Award to Denis Warta this Monday. The Award is given to individuals for a lifetime of leadership, volunteerism, and community-related contributions he has offered to New Ulm and Brown ...

Police log

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New Ulm Police • Responded to a two-vehicle crash without reported injuries at 3:34 p.m. Thursday at 1st St. N. and Broadway. A 2013 Buick Encore driven by Candy Starr McIntire, 56, New Ulm was northbound on Broadway, behind a 2002 Buick Century driven by Janice Lorelle Lutz, 74, New Ulm. ...

Expanding options

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NEW ULM – Looking to ease issues with accessibility and space, Coffee Keller Henle decided to move on up with a street-level sidewalk cafe. The Coffee Keller operates underneath Christmas Haus, where Kevin’s Barber Shop used to be. For its newest expansion, four chairs and eight tables ...