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Conversations From the Cubicles: For the Love of Books

May 26, 2016 Betty J Roiger, Acquisitions and Kris Wiley, Library Director Kris: You look like the cat that ate the canary. What’s the big smile about? Betty: “The Fireman” by Joe Hill. more »»

 
 
 
College News

May 22, 2016 Macalester College in St. Paul held its Commencement exercises on May 14. Area graduates include Luke Marvin Wels, son of Ronald and Faith Wels of New Ulm. more »»

May is Older Americans Month

May 22, 2016 History of Older Americans Month When Older Americans Month was established in 1963, only 17 million living Americans had reached their 65th birthdays. more »»

Are you sleeping?

May 15, 2016 More than one-quarter of the U.S. population report occasionally not getting enough sleep, while nearly 10% experience chronic insomnia. more »»

College News

May 15, 2016 Beau Burgau of New Ulm was named to the Dean’s List at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston for the spring 2016 semester. more »»

Older drivers: Assess your changing skills

May 15, 2016 You may have asked yourself how long it will be safe for you to drive, or maybe a family member or friend has asked about your driving. more »»

Books to Go!

May 11, 2016 Did you know you can check out ebooks (electronic books) for your Nook, Kindle, or other devices with your library card? Our ebook collection is called “Overdrive” and is accessible through the... more »»

Before it’s too late: Planning for an emergency

May 8, 2016 Children are usually taught about fire safety and disaster preparedness in school. more »»

College News

May 8, 2016 Courteney Steinhauser of New Ulm received a Masters Degree in Education Science (Sport Performance and Leadership) from Northern State University, Aberdeen, S.D., on Saturday, May 7. more »»

May Programs at the Library

May 6, 2016 Mary Braun, Assistant Library Director April showers bring May flowers, and we have certainly had plenty of showers. The rain outside is also bringing some great May programs to the library. more »»

Conversations From the Cubicles: An Embarrassment of Riches

April 29, 2016 Betty J Roiger, Acquisitions and Kris Wiley, Director B: Everyone familiar with Shakespeare? His quotes and plays? K: Sure. Like in Hamlet: “To be or not to be?” B: Yep. more »»

Working out and having a ball

April 24, 2016 Remember when you were a child and running around the playground, swimming in the community pool, or building a sand castle was fun? Little did you know you were not only having fun but getting a... more »»

Gardening questions

April 24, 2016 I have been reading about no-till gardening. Do we have more weeds in a garden if we dig and disturb the ground? Yes. more »»

Companion planting

April 24, 2016 Companion planting has a long history. Gardeners have noted benefits (and drawbacks) when certain plant species are grown in close proximity to one another. more »»

Celebrating the People at the Public Library

April 22, 2016 Kris Wiley, Library Director Every month is a great month to be a librarian, but April is especially wonderful because we celebrate National Library Week and National Volunteer Week. more »»

Exercise and arthritis

April 17, 2016 Exercise is beneficial to most of us, but exercise is especially vital to patients who have arthritis. Over 40 million Americans (1 in 7) have arthriti. more »»

In Appreciation

April 17, 2016 United Way Says Thanks United Way sponsored a successful Perfect Pairings fundraiser on Friday, April 7. more »»

Give alcohol use serious thought

April 17, 2016 Drinking too much alcohol increases a person’s risk for injuries, violence, drowning, liver disease, and some types of cancer. more »»

College News

April 17, 2016 Andrew Stewart of New Ulm placed first in the Automotive Collision Repair category at the Minnesota Skills USA competition April 1-3 in Bloomington. more »»

New Library Lady Lands in New Ulm!

April 14, 2016 Theodora Rudolph, Youth Services Librarian Hello, my name is Theodora Rudolph and I am the new Youth Services Librarian at New Ulm Public Librar. more »»

Bring on Spring!

April 7, 2016 Leasa Sieve, Reference Librarian Spring is my favorite season. Shhh … don’t tell the rest of the seasons! It’s just that spring is so welcome after the long winte. more »»

 
 

Crazy Keys Dueling Pianos May 27, 2016

8:30 p.m. to close at the B&L Bar, 15 N. Minnesota St. more »

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