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Speaker addresses healthy eating, fitness at Home, Health Show

March 23, 2014 By Clay Schuldt Staff Writer NEW ULM — For many Americans, staying healthy and fit is an ongoing challenge. It seems, every month a new fad diet is invented, only to be replaced the next month. more »»

Miss Sleepy Eye

March 23, 2014 Bethany Berkner (center) was crowned as this year’s Miss Sleepy Eye in Sleepy Eye Saturday evening. Miranda McMullen (right) and Hayley Neid were crowned as runners-up. more »»

New Ulm Home, Health Show this weekend

March 22, 2014 NEW ULM — The New Ulm Home and Health show got underway at the New Ulm Civic Center, with aisles crammed with exhibitors offering products and services for anything from siding to sidewalks,... more »»

New coordinator, supervisor at Park & Rec

March 22, 2014 NEW ULM—Visitors to the New Ulm Recreation Center may have noticed two new faces working at the facilities. This month, the Park and Recreation Department added two key full-time employees. more »»

Richter marks 50 years as priest

March 22, 2014 NEW ULM—-Msgr. John Richter, rector at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, in New Ulm is celebrating his 50th year as an ordained priest. more »»

Jury acquits Worthington man

March 22, 2014 NEW ULM — A Brown County District Court jury of seven women and five men deliberated 90 minutes Friday before finding a 19-year-old Worthington not guilty of five counts of felony criminal sexual... more »»

New Ulm fatal fire ruled accidental

March 21, 2014 NEW ULM — The Feb. 27 fire that caused the death of Darcy F. Moldan, 50, of New Ulm, has been ruled accidental in nature, according to a press release from the New Ulm Fire Department. more »»

Former city councilor remembered for her contributions to New Ulm

March 21, 2014 HACKENSACK — Former New Ulm City Councilor Virginia “Ginny” Burnett Anderson was remembered for her community activism and her profound influence on the city on Thursday. more »»

Agriculture fair at Lafayette Charter School

March 21, 2014 Parents, family members and people from the community attended the Lafayette Charter School’s student agriculture fair Thursday evening in the school gym. more »»

Prof suggests ‘ethnic cleansing’ followed War of 1862

March 21, 2014 NEW ULM — A University of Oklahoma history professor known for writing about the American Indians of the Great Plains and the Southwest, discussed his latest book and related issues Thursday at the... more »»

Hartwig to present program on Nazi Germany

March 21, 2014 What: A first-hand account: Nazi Germany, 1938 Who: Presenter: MLC Professor Emeritus Theodore Hartwig When: 7:30 p.m. more »»

Defendant to take stand today in rape trial

March 21, 2014 NEW ULM — A three-day jury trial for a 19-year-old Worthington man facing four counts of felony criminal sexual conduct and one count of misdemeanor 5th degree assault of a juvenile girl is... more »»

Lutheran pastor charged with child porn possession

March 21, 2014 ST. CHARLES, Mo. (AP) — Saint Charles County cybercrime investigators say a raid of a Lutheran pastor’s home turned up child pornography on his computer. The St. more »»

A life devoted to uprooting injustice

March 20, 2014 NEW ULM — Ingrid Liedman, a retired English teacher and human rights advocate, credits her personal quest to end injustice in part to a conviction imparted to her by her now 96-year-old mother. more »»

Holy Land Dinner Theater to present ‘Pistols & Posies’

March 20, 2014 ST. GEORGE — Tickets remain for the Saturday, March 29 Holy Land Dinner Theater performance and matinee on Sunday, March 30 at St. George Parish Center. more »»

Rape trial for Worthington man starts

March 20, 2014 NEW ULM — A jury trial for a 19-year-old Worthington man facing felony counts of first-, second-, third- and fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct and misdemeanor 5th degree assault of a juvenile... more »»

Schools partner for National Kick Butts Day

March 20, 2014 NEW ULM — It’s a sobering statistic. In Minnesota, 102,000 of Minnesota’s young people — more than four times the total population of Brown County — will die prematurely as a result of smoking. more »»

Ag Day Parade

March 19, 2014 Tractors paraded through Minnesota Street in downtown New Ulm on Tuesday in observance of National?Ag Day. more »»

Council OKs South Garden Street project

March 19, 2014 NEW ULM — The City Council unanimously approved 2014 street improvement projects Tuesday. more »»

New computers for squad cars approved

March 19, 2014 NEW ULM — Brown County commissioners approved Tuesday using DWI forfeiture funds to replace seven in-car computers for $26,304.2. more »»

 
 

 

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