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Something for Everyone, with Community Ed

December 13, 2015 NEW ULM — Some people might not be aware of the expansive nature of Community Education programmin. more »»

Tis the Season for Christmas Trees

December 6, 2015 NEW ULM — Few symbols evoke memories of the holiday season like a fully decorated Christmas tree. The tradition of decorating a tree for the Yule season dates back hundreds of years. more »»

Dear Lois...

November 22, 2015 A woman with New Ulm ties is a co-author of the book “Dear Lois,” which is a series of letters sent from her mother who adopted her to the woman who gave birth to her. more »»

Musical afficionados can enjoy ‘Big: the musical’ and ‘Tom Sawyer’ next weekend

November 15, 2015 Theater-lovers can enjoy a pair of musicals Nov. 20 to 22 in New Ulm. Cathedral High School presents “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, the Broadway Musical” in the school auditoriu. more »»

Destination: Play

November 8, 2015 NEW ULM — The first ever “inclusive” playground in the New Ulm city park system is coming to Hermann Heights Par. more »»

Gunpowder Artist

November 1, 2015 MINNEAPOLIS—The new Minnesota Vikings stadium will not open until 2016. But when it does, the stadium will include an impressive variety of artworks commissioned by Minnesota artists. more »»

Life in sports: Brad Ryan brings experience, passion as New Ulm AD

October 25, 2015 NEW ULM — New Ulm High School’s new activities director Brad Ryan has spent a life in sports. more »»

A passion to coach and teach

October 18, 2015 NEW ULM — Martin Luther College men’s soccer coach Paul Koelpin admits that 20 years ago, he had no idea what he was getting himself into. more »»

Sibley County Deputy reports UFO near St. George

October 11, 2015 Story by Fritz Busch Art Strauch was the first to see a strange object that seemed to be about 2,000 feet above the ground, to the northwest, about a quarter mile away. more »»

St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church: 150 years of tradition

October 4, 2015 NEW ULM — Few institutions in New Ulm are as deeply steeped in tradition as St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church. more »»

The Grand Falls Back into Art School

September 27, 2015 NEW ULM — For students, September typically means classes will be starting for the fall semester. This is even true for those enrolled in art courses at The Grand Center for Arts & Culture. more »»

Little by little: Steven Sherman’s weight loss journey

September 20, 2015 NEW ULM — The radical diet fads and avant-garde exercise routines did not appeal to Steven Sherman; they probably would not have worked for him eithe. more »»

A life changing event

September 13, 2015 NEW ULM — Everyone has that life-changing event that they remember, whether it be something like marriage, the birth of a child or something as simple as a dream job or vacation. more »»

Lund builds P-51 Mustang 3/4 replica

September 6, 2015 SLEEPY EYE — Over a nine-year period, Sleepy Eye Airport Manager Larry Lund has labored to build a 3/4-scale replica of a P-51 Mustang in an airport hangar. more »»

New inductees in ISD 88 HOF

August 30, 2015 By Kremena Spengler Staff Writer NEW ULM — What do Ray Bentdahl, John Heymann, Kent Knutson, Curt Lambrecht, Ted Marti and Ann Vogel have in common? Apart from the inspirational quality that... more »»

New Ulm’s Farmers Market: Fresh Foods at Fresh Location

August 23, 2015 NEW ULM — Farmers markets are a long-held seasonal tradition across the Midwes. more »»

Fighting the odds:

August 16, 2015 NEW ULM — Whether it’s weightlifting or cardio, exercising requires a certain amount of strength and endurance that not everyone can exhibit. more »»

MVL grad Josh Ziesemer finds his niche’ designing gym floors

August 9, 2015 As a gym-rat, Minnesota Valley Lutheran graduate Josh Ziesemer couldn’t have mapped out a more perfect career for himself. more »»

Christensens get grants to save turkey farm energy

August 2, 2015 Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTS), the University of Minnesota Extension Service and USDA Rural Redevelopment are helping farmers and rural small businesses reduce costs with energy efficiency by... more »»

Ebert remembers decades in restaurant business

July 26, 2015 NEW ULM — When the building that housed the restaurant known to most as Eberts Chalet was torn down last month, the action, as inevitable as progress, brought a twinge to the hearts of some and... more »»



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