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(All charges are petty misdemeanors unless otherwise noted) SPEEDING Alfredo B. Contreras, Spicer, 65/55, $125; Kelly E. Smith, 609 Elm Dr., Fairfax, 77/55 $225; also no Minnesota Driver’s License after 30 days residency (CDL). $100; Bradley R. Schugel, 60651 Valley Hills Dr., New Ulm, ...

Chilly cheers

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Staff photo by Steve Muscatello A group of Springfield football fans try to stay warm in the 15-degree temperatures as they cheered their Tiger football team to victory over Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity in the opening round of the Class A State Tournament Saturday in Shakopee. Springfield won ...

Bells of Peace to commemorate end of WWI today

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NEW ULM — Americans across the country will toll bells at 11 a.m. today (Sunday, Nov. 11) in remembrance of those who served and sacrificed in World War I. The World War One Centennial Commission, along with The American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and other organizations ...

CCMR fundraiser

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Staff photo by Fritz Busch Scott Sparlin, left, and Steve Moran, both of New Ulm, perform at the Old Time Music Jam Session at the Coalition for a Clean Minnesota River (CCMR) fundraiser at the Grand Kabaret Saturday.

SE City Council wants to study gas station property

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SLEEPY EYE — The Sleepy Eye City Council decided at a special meeting Thursday to ask Brown County for six months to study property at the corner of Third Avenue East and Main Street that formerly housed a service station. City Manager Mark Kober said the City of Sleepy Eye has the legal ...

Park & Rec Report

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Open Broomball runs Wednesdays from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Civic Center. Admission is $4.75 per person or punch cards are available for $42.75 for a 12-punch card. This is a non-checking league, open to men and women, ages 18 or older. Players may divide into teams for a fun, competitive workout ...

Police Logs

Police Logs

New Ulm Police • Arrested a 26-year-old Lafayette man on a probation violation at 7:58 p.m. Friday and transported him to the Brown County Jail. • Received a drunk/intoxicated person call behind the New Ulm Public Library at 10:05 p.m. Friday. A 60-year-old man was interviewed but not ...

Court Proceedings

Court News and Tickets

Brown County District Court • Kevin V. Lindberg, 26, 100 Cedar St., Mankato was charged with felony fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle, misdemeanor disorderly conduct, reckless driving, careless driving and petty misdemeanor failure to stop at stop signs or stop signs at entrance ...

Veterans honored at program

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NEW ULM — Cathedral High School hosted this year’s Veteran’s Day Program. Veterans from each branch of the arms services attended the event. Third grade students from St. Anthony’s Elementary stood out front in the cold to greet veterans as they arrived for the program. This year, ...

Flags line Sleepy Eye downtown

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SLEEPY EYE — It was a cold and windy Veterans Day Friday afternoon but that didn’t prevent 115 large American flags from showing their colors, lining downtown Sleepy Eye. Flanked by the Sleepy Eye Honor Guard in Veterans Park on Main Street, First American Bank President and retired Army ...

Turners get scolding from Carry Nation

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NEW ULM — Turner Hall members were severely admonished for their alcohol consumption Friday night during the Turnverein’s annual Stiftungsfest (Founders’ Day). The infamous Temperance extremist Carry Nation, played by reenactor Ellie Carlson, led a rally against the evils of ...

Christensen Farms givees $10,000 to Veterans in the Midwest S

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LEEPY EYE – In honor of Veteran’s Day, Christensen Farms, one of the largest family-owned pork producers in the country, donated a total of $10,000 to Veteran’s support organizations across the Midwest. The organization collaborated with local groups in 13 communities in which it ...

Historical Society annual meeting Tuesday

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NEW ULM — The Brown County Historical Society will hold its 88th Annual Meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 13, at Turner Hall, 102 State Street, New Ulm. Daniel Groebner will present “History of Brown County Ballrooms,” lecturing on the ballrooms, dance halls, and bands of Brown County’s ...

Lions give dictionaries to LCS students

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Submitted photo The Lafayette Area Lions made a special presentation at Lafayette Charter School Wednesday, Nov. 7. Three members of the club were on hand to present “Webster’s Dictionary for Students” to ten students. Three are third graders, with the others being older students who ...

Area Church Services

Communities

Assembly of God New Beginnings Pastor Lonny Carpenter 507-215-2005 Meets Sundays at New Ulm Event Center, 301 20th South St. Sunday: 10:30 a.m. Service. NEW LIFE Pastor Michael Franklin 507-723-5931 702 W. Central, Springfield Sunday: 10 a.m. Worship. Nursery ...

Police Logs

Police Logs

New Ulm Police • Investigated a one-vehicle accident that occured at 7:04 a.m. Friday. Robin Bundy, 45, of Hanska, was eastbound on Center Street near Camelsback Road in a 2005 Nissan Titan. She lost control of her vehicle on the snowy, ice-covered street and slid into the south side ditch. ...

Public Notices, Nov. 10, 2018

Legals

PUBLISH (November 10, 2018) NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that default has occurred in conditions of the following ...

She’ BA-aack!

Local News

NEW ULM — After 109 year, Carry Nation returned to New Ulm to once again bring her wrath down on B&L Bar. Professional historical impersonator, Ellie Carlson, came to New Ulm, fully dressed as Nation to rail against the evils of drink in the downtown bar, ahead of historical program ...

Two votes the margin of victory in Sanborn mayoral vote

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SANBORN — Voters elected John Schulte mayor of Sanborn by two votes Tuesday. Schulte received 74 votes while Andrew Alan Larson got 72 votes, according to unofficial vote totals. There was one write-in. Edward Cohrs and Mary J. Fennern were elected to city council posts with 85 votes. ...