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NU woman raising funds for LLS

April 6, 2014 NEW ULM — A New Ulm woman described as “compassionate, strong, fun-loving and family-oriented” by her campaign team is competing in The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Man & Woman of the Year... more »»

Family dedicates new memorial to Wabasha

April 6, 2014 MORTON — Last year the Lower Sioux lost a great man. Ernest R. Wabasha, Hereditary Chief of the Dakota People passed away on March 28, 2013. more »»

Buyers: Middle School auditorium meets unique needs

April 5, 2014 Author’s note: This article is the third in a four-part series about the sale of the former school at 15 N. State St. written in a question-and-answer format. more »»

Snow: An unpredictable variable for city budget

April 5, 2014 NEW ULM—Spring has officially been in swing for two weeks, but Mother Nature has yet to get the message, apparently, after over eight inches of snow fell on Thursday night and Friday morning. more »»

Hector man dies Thursday in collision with semi

April 5, 2014 FAIRFAX — A 42-year-old Hector man died Thursday in a two-vehicle, fatal, broadside accident reported by the Minnesota State Patrol at 5:01 p.m. more »»

Legislators take a look at session as it nears a close

April 5, 2014 St. PAUL — The 2014 Minnesota legislative session began in late February with goal of finishing by the Easter Holiday. more »»

Grackle Days continues today, Sunday

April 5, 2014 WINTHROP — The 30th Annual Winthrop Grackle Days saluting hometown military heroes continues today and Sunday, April 5 and 6. Saturday events include the 5k Camouflage Run beginning at 9:30 a.m. more »»

April snow

April 4, 2014 Devon Nelson of South Sixth Street, New Ulm joined the rest of southern Minnesota in getting the snowblower out one last time Friday (hopefully) after a late winter snow storm dropped around six... more »»

Selling a school dirt-cheap? Maybe, maybe not

April 4, 2014 Part 2 of a 4-part series Author’s note: This article is the first in a four-part series about the sale of the former school at 15 N. State St. written in a question-and-answer format. more »»

Glawe responds to: ‘Is Cenate out to make money?’

April 4, 2014 In response to speculation that Cenate may be buying a valuable piece of property cheaply, then selling it to a developer for a tidy profit, Reed Glawe, spokesman of the group, responds: “No, they... more »»

Milford Township Hall project seeks state funding

April 4, 2014 MILFORD TOWNSHIP — A number of Milford Township supervisors and residents attended a Minnesota Senate Committee meeting March 18 regarding the Milford Town Hall Preservation Projec. more »»

Pianist Lorie Line to play MLC on April 13

April 4, 2014 NEW ULM — Pianist Lorie Line will be performing at Martin Luther College on Sunday, April 13, as part of her spring tour. more »»

Rain drops precede snow flakes

April 4, 2014 Staff photo by Steve Muscatello Rain fell gently on pedestrians in downtown New Ulm on Thursday afternoon. Snow followed the rain in the early evening and was expected to continue through the night. more »»

Selling the school was years in the making

April 3, 2014 Author’s note: This article is the first in a four-part series about the sale of the former school at 15 N. State St. written in a question-and-answer format. more »»

Keeping in touch... Steffen Pogadel

April 3, 2014 As part of the 25th anniversary celebration of the Hans Joohs Sister Cities Exchange program, the Sister Cities commission has asked past visitors to update us on their lives. more »»

MPCA outlines sediment reduction strategy for rivers

April 3, 2014 MANKATO — Long-term strategy for reducing sediment in the Minnesota River and Mississippi River south of the Minneapolis-St. more »»

Townships OK publishing ditch encroachment policy

April 3, 2014 SLEEPY EYE — The Brown County Township Association unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday at its annual meeting at the Eagles Orchid Inn, to share printing costs of ditch encroachment policy... more »»

ARMER project approved

April 2, 2014 NEW ULM — Brown County commissioners unanimously approved a $312,100 Sleepy Eye ARMER radio site project on Tuesda. more »»

Change in noise ordinance advances

April 2, 2014 NEW ULM — The City Council gave preliminary approval Tuesday to amend the City Noise Ordinance. more »»

Morgan Players present ‘Touchtone M For Murder’

April 2, 2014 MORGAN — Celebrating their 26th year, the Morgan Community Players will perform the two-act, “whodunit” murder/mystery/comedy “Touchtone M For Murder” April 4-6 in the Cedar Mountain High School... more »»



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