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Serving Uganda

November 18, 2012 Former New Ulm assistant city manager Tom MacAulay and his wife Marcy, a registered nurse, are serving two and a half years as Peace Corps volunteers in Uganda. more »»

New Ulm High School presents: "You Can’t Take it With You"

November 11, 2012 NEW ULM — When you look at some of the props that will be on stage for New Ulm High School’s upcoming production of the play “You Can’t Take It With You,” you can tell that you won’t be dealing with... more »»

New Ulm Area Catholic Schools present:

November 4, 2012 The story behind the performance includes issues that remain today. more »»

Martin Luther College presents: Singin’ In The Rain

October 28, 2012 NEW ULM — Martin Luther College student Matt Rieck may be new to producing plays, but he definitely can be credited for a first at MLC’s upcoming play Singin’ In The Rain, which will be held the... more »»

CASTLE seeks to keep seniors active and growing

October 21, 2012 NEW ULM — “Anyone who stops learning is old...Anyone who keeps learning stays young” is the famous quote by automotive pioneer Henry Ford. more »»

Pro Kinship for Kids: 24 years of creating friendships in Brown County

October 14, 2012 NEW ULM — Scott Melick entered the Pro Kinship for Kids mentorship program with a similar mindset to a number of adults considering becoming a mentor — he would try it for a while, but wasn’t... more »»

Junior Pioneers preserve founders’ memory

October 7, 2012 “The success of any undertaking depends largely upon the interest taken by those in charg. more »»

Asleson retires from Minnesota State Patrol

September 30, 2012 The Saturday night before his retirement after 38 years of law enforcement experience this month, Asleson and retired State Patrolman Kevin Guggisberg of New Ulm worked an impaired driving operation... more »»

Tae Kwon Do

September 23, 2012 NEW ULM — Growing up, Mr. David Ross was one who watched martial arts movies and wanted to emulate those actors that he grew up watching. more »»

Persistent drought will impact this Fall

September 16, 2012 MINNESOTA – The severity of the long persisting drought this year will have an impact in all kinds of aspects of life this Fall, even as far as impacting the way trees change color this year. more »»

An adventure rider’s tale: From New Ulm to the edge of Alaska

September 9, 2012 NEW?ULM —When Tom Buker and his son Tanner started planning a motorcycle trip to embark on together, they didn’t want it to be just an average run-of-the-mill type of experience. more »»

Through writers’ eyes: U.S. -Dakota War of 1862

September 2, 2012 John LaBatte: “Historic Fort Ridgely” “The New Ulm Pioneer and the Indians, 1858-1862” Few authors represent the kind of unique, complex perspective on the events of 1862 that is perhaps inheren... more »»

Goosetown Roller Girls to compete this year

August 26, 2012 A little more than a year ago, Bruiseberry Jam played for the Babe City Rollers (BCR) when she lived in Bemidji, where BCR was founded in 2009 by two local women who were inspired by watching a Wind... more »»

John Brown owns Brown’s Guitar Factory in Inver Grove Heights

August 19, 2012 INVER GROVE HEIGHTS — To say that John Brown takes his job and his reputation seriously might be a bit of an understatement. more »»

New Ulm Actors Community Theatre presents: Dogs in the Hot Moon or Behind the Barricades

August 12, 2012 NEW ULM – The New Ulm Actors Community Theater (NUACT) will be tackling the complex and difficult task of trying to bring understanding to the U.S. more »»

Fifty years ago today, Harolld’s Saints shocked the state

August 5, 2012 NEW ULM — When Donald “Red” Roiger agreed to sponsor a women’s fastpitch softball team back in the early 1960s, all he was hoping for was to gain some publicity for his shoe store, Harolld’s Shoes. more »»

A Battle for Living

July 29, 2012 NEW ULM — “A Battle for Living: The Life and Experiences of Lavina Eastlick” by John Isch details the story of a pioneer woman who trekked 70 miles from Lake Shetek to New Ulm while seriously... more »»

Plane ride leads Cordes to the skies

July 22, 2012 Photos, story by Fritz Busch Dale Cordes says he’s been interested in aviation since his father Herb took him to the New Ulm Airport near what is now the New Ulm Country Club for a ride in a... more »»

Training a champion

July 15, 2012 NEW ULM — When Sport hears the release word “Break,” she is off like a rocket. more »»

After 25 years at New Ulm Cathedral John Vetter retires

July 8, 2012 NEW ULM — Sitting behind his desk covered in paperwork and in an office filled with 25 years worth of trophies and other sports-related photos and memorabilia, John Vetter wrapped up yet another day... more »»



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