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Nuvera begins scholarship applicant search

Local News

In addition to the R.T. Rodenberg Memorial Scholarships presented annually to seniors in the communities it serves, Nuvera has begun a search for candidates for a one-time $2,000 scholarship from the Minnesota Telecom Alliance Foundation. To be eligible for the six general scholarships, ...

To fix or to tear down?

Local News

NEW ULM — The New Ulm City Council will mull options for the property at 307 N. Minnesota Street, Tuesday. The city has been dealing with maintained issues associated with this property since July 2015. Currently, the north wall of the building is crumbling. The building owner has stated ...

Police Logs

Police Logs

New Ulm Police • Stopped a 34-year-old Morgan man at Highway 15 and County Road 25, Cottonwood Township, at 1:24 a.m. Jan. 17 who had an arrest warrant. The man was arrested and taken to the Brown County Jail. • Received a report of five harassing emails sent by a 54-year-old rural ...

Brown County Record

Court News and Tickets

(All charges are petty misdemeanors unless otherwise noted) SPEEDING Christine M. Flor, 39229 175th St., Springfield, 74/55, $145; Lucas D. Nord, Renville, 80/55, $225; Fernando Trevino, 15 Broadway, Hanska, 64/40, $225; Chalese E. Rohne, 509 E. Cook St., Redwood Falls, 65/55, $125; Travis ...

Courtland Lions host Ham Dinner Feb. 7

Local News

Courtland Lions Club will hold a ham dinner fundraiser on Sunday, Feb. 7, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Courtland Community Center, 300 Railroad St. Text or call 507-382-2758 to reserve meals by Friday, Feb. 5, at 8 p.m. Cost is $10 per meal. When calling, leave the number of meals you want, ...

Courtland Lions host Ham Dinner Feb. 7

Local News

COURTLAND — The Courtland Lions Club will hold a ham dinner fundraiser on Sunday, Feb. 7, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Courtland Community Center, 300 Railroad St. Text or call 507-382-2758 to reserve meals by Friday, Feb. 5, at 8 p.m. Cost is $10 per meal. When calling, leave the number ...

What goes up…

Local News

SLEEPY EYE — The Sleepy Eye Holiday Lights in Motion display at Sportsman’s Park was a major regional hit this season, but like every year, the display needs to come down. Over the weekend a few dozen locals volunteered their time to take down over 350,000 lights from Sportsman’s Park ...

Gislason & Hunter LLP announces new partners

Monday Business

MANKATO — Gislason & Hunter LLP is pleased to announce that four attorneys — Chris Bowler, Rick Halbur, Brittany King-Asamoa, and Dean Zimmerli — have been named as Partners. “We are pleased that all four of these established attorneys have become partners with Gislason & ...

Citizens holds annual meeting

Monday Business

NEW ULM — Citizens Bancorporation of New Ulm, Inc., parent company of Citizens Bank Minnesota, held its annual meeting on Tuesday, January 12. Citizens Bancorporation is owned by approximately 420 shareholders from New Ulm and the surrounding area. Re-elected to three-year terms were ...

Police Logs

Police Logs

New Ulm Police • A check from a stolen checkbook was submitted at a north Minnesota Street establishment around 4: 18 p.m. Friday. A checkbook was reported stolen from a vehicle in the Twin Cities metro area and an individual attempted to cash a check in downtown New Ulm Friday. Police are ...

Public notices

Legals

PUBLISH (January 18, 25, 2021) STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF BROWN DISTRICT COURT FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Court File No.: 08-PR-21-20 In Re: Estate of George F. Forst, also known as George Forst, a/k/a George Francis Forst, De- cedent. NOTICE OF AND ...

DAV resumes clothing collection

Local News

NEW ULM — The Disabled American Veterans and Auxiliary are resuming their Wednesday clothing collections. Clothing can be dropped off at 1522 S. Valley St., New Ulm from 9 a.m. to noon. The collection had been suspended due to COVID-19 restrictions.

KofC Pancake Breakfast scheduled

Local News

NEW ULM — The New Ulm Knights of Columbus will hold their annual Pancake Breakfast on Jan. 31. The breakfast will be a pre-order and pick-up sale only. Pickup will be at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in New Ulm, in the alley behind the church, from 8:30 a.m. to noon. To other online, go to ...

The Grand goes virtual on new exhibit

Local News

NEW ULM — The Grand Center for Arts and Culture held a special virtual gallery opening Friday for the new Edward Curtis photography exhibit. The exhibit is called “The North American Indian” and features a selection of 55 of Curtis’s portraits and scenes on loan from The Montgomery ...

Lyric 3 glad to be reopening

Local News

NEW ULM — The silver screen is glowing again at the Lyric 3 movie theater. Friday afternoon, the Lyric 3 opened back up for business and is screening three new films. The Lyric 3 was forced to close in November due to Governor Tim Walz’s executive order due to a surge in COIVD-19 ...

Drug raid results in NU man facing nine felony counts

Local News

NEW ULM — A 38-year-old New Ulm man faces nine felony charges after the Brown-Lincoln-Redwood-Renville (BLRR) Drug Task Force (DTF) executed a search warrant at at a residence inTraulich Estates Jan. 11. Charges filed against Brandon L. White, 2201 N. Broadway, in Brown County District ...

Brown County Commissioners to hear COVID-19 update

Local News

BROWN COUNTY — Brown County Commissioners will receive a COVID-19 update from Brown County Public Health Director Karen Moritz at their regular meeting Tuesday, Jan. 19. “We’ve seen a reduction in COVID-19 cases in Brown County since our November surge,” reported Moritz. “December ...

Schell’s Brewery cancels Bockfest

Local News

NEW ULM — The August Schell Brewery posted that the 2021 Bockfest is cancelled. “This may be a few too many people for Bockfest this year,” read a Facebook post with a large group of people at the brewery that was made shortly after 4 p.m. Friday. “In the best interest of our ...

Area Church Services

Communities

Editor’s Note: Please notify The Journal by Thursday of any changes in service times. Contact editor@nujournal.com. Assembly of God New Beginnings Pastor Lonny Carpenter 507-215-2005 Meets Sundays at 324 20th South St. Sunday: 10:30 a.m. Service. NEW LIFE Pastor Michael ...

Looking Back: News from Sleepy Eye, Springfield in past year

Communities

SLEEPY EYE January 2020 1 — The Holiday Lights in Motion Committee reported 11,400 vehicles drove through Sportsmen’s Park to view 90 trees with 250,000 lights through New Year’s Day. It was the sixth season of the light display. More than 1,700 people participated on the wagon rides ...