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Low Vision Resources at the Library

July 22, 2016 By Leasa Sieve Reference Librarian Having difficulty reading? Not sure where to go for help? Look no further…the Lions Club and New Ulm Library are here to help, and depending on your needs, there... more »»

 
 
 
Legally protect your aging loved ones

July 17, 2016 Without proper legal planning, caring for aging loved ones is often emotionally and financially distressing for everyone involved. more »»

Legally protect your aging loved ones

July 17, 2016 Lyme disease was discovered in 1975 after an unusual outbreak of arthritis in Lyme, Connecticut. The CDC reports there are over 30,000 cases of Lyme disease yearly. more »»

College News

July 17, 2016 MacKenze Vogel of Morgan received a BBA degree in Business, management at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire commencement proceedings held on May 21. ——— Seth R. more »»

July Programs at the Library

July 15, 2016 By Mary Braun Assistant Library Director Mark your calendar to attend one of the following fabulous events during the hazy days of July: The New Ulm Film Society will conclude film screenings of th... more »»

College News

July 10, 2016 McKayla Ahlrich, daughter of Mike and Kathy Ahlrich of Sleepy Eye, was among nearly 1,100 students from Rochester Community and Technical College who made the Dean’s List for Spring Semester ending... more »»

Tips to prevent senior scams

July 10, 2016 There is a ring at the front door and you answer. A kind-hearted gentleman informs you that he has just fixed your neighbor’s roof and he has a lot of material left over. more »»

Sharing Our Favorite Reads

July 6, 2016 Kris Wiley, Library Director Big surprise: Here at New Ulm Public Library, we love to read, and we love to talk about books. more »»

Advice care planning for you, for your family

July 3, 2016 Advance care planning is not difficult but it does involve having thoughtful conversations with loved ones about your care wishes and preferences, and documenting those preferences in writing throug... more »»

College News

July 3, 2016 The Academic High Honor and Honor lists (Dean’s lists) for the past spring semester at Minnesota State University, Mankato have been announced by Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic... more »»

Conversations From the Cubicles: We Finally Cover Mysteries

June 29, 2016 Betty J Roiger, Acquisitions and Kris Wiley, Library Director B: So in conclusion ... K: Conclusion?! Wait, what?! We haven’t even started yet. more »»

Conversations From the Cubicles: We Finally Cover Mysteries

June 29, 2016 Betty J Roiger, Acquisitions and Kris Wiley, Library Director B: So in conclusion ... K: Conclusion?! Wait, what?! We haven’t even started yet. more »»

Growing tropical ferns indoors

June 26, 2016 By Roxann Jelinek University of Minnesota Master Gardener, Brown County Even though most ferns used for indoor culture are native to the tropics or subtropics, they prefer a cool temperature and a... more »»

Functional flexibility activities for older adults

June 26, 2016 For aging adults going from inactivity to activity, flexibility training may offer a good start towards a healthy lifestyle. more »»

Conversations From the Cubicles: We’re Keeping Our Promise

June 24, 2016 Betty J Roiger, Acquisitions and Kris Wiley, Director Betty: Remember our conversation from April’s article? Kris: I can’t remember our conversation from yesterday, much less April. more »»

Coping with depression: Signs you might be in trouble

June 19, 2016 When caregivers take on the responsibility of caring for a loved one, we expect our lives to change. more »»

College News

June 19, 2016 Nicholas Vogel of New Ulm was named to the Northern Michigan University’s Dean’s List for the Winter 2016 semester. Vogel qualified with a grade point average between 3.50 and 3.99. more »»

Earthworms in Minnesota

June 19, 2016 For the last 11,000 years since the glaciers receded, Minnesota ecosystems have developed without earthworms. more »»

What’s Hot at the Library

June 15, 2016 Leasa Sieve, Reference Librarian We are now entering that part of the summer when “... hot enough for ya?” will be on everybody’s lips. more »»

Preventing foodborne illness

June 12, 2016 Foodborne illness is a common, costly — yet preventable — public health problem. more »»

In Appreciation

June 12, 2016 Boots &?BBQ was a success The second annual fund-raising Frolics of the Oak Hills Memorial Foundation held May 6, 2016 was a success. more »»

 
 

Night of Wacky One-Acts July 23, 2016

at the Grand Kabaret, 208 N. Minnesota St. The 6th Annual Night of Wacky One-Acts present two very different plays: “110th Street Station” by Burton Bumgarner, and “The Actor’s Nightmare” by Christopher Durang, $5 for Members, Seniors, & Students/$7 for all others. more »

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