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Pot-growing case hearing continues

November 1, 2014 Lawyer wants more witnesses By Fritz Busch Staff Writer NEW ULM — A two-day, contested omnibus hearing for a 33-year-old New Ulm man facing felony violations related to a marijuana-growing... more »»

 
 
 
Overrun by zombies

November 1, 2014 The Hughes home at 6017 S. Jefferson St. in New Ulm was overrun by zombies during Halloween Friday. For more photos of this event go to cu.nujournal.com. more »»

NU-Telecom provides service to schools

November 1, 2014 NEW ULM — NU-Telecom has recently been awarded a 10-year contract with Little Crow Telemedia Network (LCTN) and Minnesota River Valley Education District (MRVED) to provide data and video... more »»

Pot-growing case gets court hearing

October 31, 2014 NEW ULM — A contested omnibus hearing for a 33-year-old New Ulm man charged in February with two counts of felony 4th degree controlled substance sale, and 5th degree controlled substance possession... more »»

Planning panel OKs permit for tire shop

October 31, 2014 NEW ULM — The Planning Commission approved a Conditional Use Permit on Thursday for Pomp’s Tire Sales. The CUP allows the operation of a retail business in an Planned Industrial zone. more »»

Grandparents Day at St. Anthony’s School

October 31, 2014 Staff photo by Clay Schuldt The sixth-grade class at St. Anthony’s Elementary School sings ‘Ave Maria’ in honor of St. Juan Diego as part of the Grandparents Day on Thursday. more »»

River Congress discusses future direction

October 31, 2014 NEW ULM — Several dozen people from a variety of organizations and governmental units and others representing themselves discussed in what direction the Minnesota River Congress should go Thursday... more »»

Gag cites experience on board

October 30, 2014 NEW ULM — Having observed District 88 School Board meetings and interactions among members for close to two decades, I have rarely observed anyone grow into their own quite as well as Steve Gag. more »»

Johnson is confident as race heads toward election day

October 30, 2014 NEW ULM — Republican candidate for governor, Jeff Johnson campaigned at the Ulmer Cafe on Wednesday morning. “I feel great about where we are in the race right now,” said Johnson. more »»

New Ulm man dies as result of Oct. 15 pedestrian-automobile accident

October 30, 2014 NEW ULM — James Lindke, a 72 year-old resident of New Ulm, died Tuesday, Oct. 28 at Hennepin County Medical Center from injuries sustained in a pedestrian automobile accident two weeks earlier. more »»

Parade of Lights set Nov. 28

October 30, 2014 NEW?ULM — The 26th Annual New Ulm Parade of Lights will take place at 6 p.m., Friday, Nov. 28, in downtown New Ulm. more »»

Planning panel to hear CUP request

October 30, 2014 NEW ULM — The Planning Commission will hold a hearing today on a Conditional Use Permit to allow the operation of a retail business in an Planned Industrial zone. more »»

School sold again

October 29, 2014 NEW ULM — The former school at 15 N. State St. will change hands for a second time this year, if all goes as planne. more »»

Report given on power outage

October 29, 2014 NEW ULM — The Public Utilities Commission held a short meeting Tuesday, during which Utilities Director Jim McCabe reported on the electrical outage in late September. more »»

Brown County Child Support Unit honored by state group

October 29, 2014 NEW ULM — The Brown County Child Support Unit was recognized at Tuesday’s Brown County commissioner meeting for receiving the Outstanding Program Achievement Award from the Minnesota Child Support... more »»

MoveMN presentation at Community Center Nov. 5

October 29, 2014 NEW ULM — Community And Seniors Together will sponsor a presentation from MOVE MN on NOV. 5 at 10:30 a.m. at the New Ulm Community Center, 600 N German, New Ulm. more »»

Sveine knew what tourists wanted, expected

October 28, 2014 NEW ULM — On Monday, after 15 years with the Chamber of Commerce Terry Sveine has officially retired as Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) manager. more »»

Seneca canning plant in Arlington to close

October 28, 2014 ARLINGTON — A 264,000-square foot vegetable canning plant that has been in operation for 109 years in Arlington will close in the coming months, according to city and corporate official. more »»

Sunderman stresses being active in district

October 28, 2014 NEW ULM — Melissa Sunderman seems to bring an open, sunny, energetic personality — and no agendas — with her bid for a seat on the District 88 School Boar. more »»

Toiling over spilled corn

October 28, 2014 Staff photo by Fritz Busch Several people including members of the Minnesota State Patrol, Mankato Division, worked for hours Monday afternoon cleaning up after a semi load of corn spilled when th... more »»

Firefighters battle barn fire north of Cobden

October 28, 2014 COBDEN — Sleepy Eye and Springfield fire departments were called to a barn fire at 2:50 p.m. Sunday at the Andy Fromm farm, 24262 340th Ave., several miles north of Cobden. more »»

 
 
 

 

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