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Domeier’s German store

July 5, 2015 Often times a tragic event can alter the lives of people forever, both positive and negative. more »»

Music is just another language...

June 28, 2015 NEW ULM — Marka Stocker’s children are something of a walking advertisement for the New Ulm Suzuki School of Music. more »»

Kiel caught car bug as a paper boy

June 21, 2015 The 1964 Belvedere was the first car to introduce the 426 Chrysler Hemi engine that powered the cars to take the top three places at NASCAR’s 1964 Daytona race. more »»

Discover Inner Green Thumb with Gardening Tour

June 14, 2015 NEW ULM — On the last day of spring, June 20, Brown County Master Gardeners are celebrating the fruits of the season with a garden tour. more »»

Next step: Pfaff, Schneider continue careers on softball diamond

June 7, 2015 NEW ULM — Softball has been a big deal in New Ulm for quite some time now, and the list of prep athletes who have gone on to play in college has been extensive. more »»

Lafayette Charter School:

May 31, 2015 In Brief LCS is a tuition-free (K-8) public school that serves students from the surrounding area. more »»

Historian Ubl discovers rare photos from New Ulm’s past

May 17, 2015 While doing research to update history articles from two of my previous books (Historical Notes: A Glimpse at New Ulm’s Past Vol. I / Vol. II. more »»

Restoring Dodges keeps retired 3M’er busy

May 10, 2015 The son of a Ford dealership owner in Lakota, N.D., Alan Solberg became interested in motor vehicles at a young age. “I tinkered with cars since I was a kid,” Solberg explained. more »»

Former MSU swimmer takes over New Ulm Swim Club

May 3, 2015 NEW ULM — Having spent most of his life around swimming pools as well as 14 years as a lifeguard, it’s no stretch to say that Bryce Bachman has a passion for swimming. more »»

Remembering the fall of Saigon

April 26, 2015 The Fall of Saigon changed the lives of many people 40 years ago in April of 1975 as North Vietnam marched into South Vietnam and took over a country that wasn’t fully expecting such rapid change. more »»

‘Active Kids = Active Minds’

April 19, 2015 By Kremena Spengler Staff Writer NEW ULM — Active kids equal active minds. It’s one way to sum up a new effort underway at Jefferson Elementary School. more »»

The Program in Brief:

April 19, 2015 Studies show that one half hour of physical movement can help learners stay more focused, with the effects lasting for up to two hours. more »»

Support Statistics

April 19, 2015 Studies support the idea that physical activity has physical, mental, and social benefits for children. more »»

Bike Circle Route Ready for Cyclists

April 12, 2015 NEW ULM — Spring has returned to Minnesota. People are getting outdoors, and thanks to recent improvement to New Ulm’s Bike Circle Route many will bring their bicycles out for a rid. more »»

Wetzel talks hockey, then and now

April 5, 2015 If variety is the spice of life, Carl Wetzel has a big spice rack. more »»

City dodgeball league provides competition, fun for adults

March 29, 2015 NEW ULM — As a sport that has long since become a staple in school, dodgeball is either adored or despised by many during and after adolescence. more »»

Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s presents: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

March 22, 2015 SLEEPY EYE — Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s High School will present Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. The play will be performed at Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s High School on Friday, March 27 (7:30 p.m. more »»

When in Rome: A C.A.S.T. production with intergenerational appeal

March 15, 2015 NEW ULM — “When in Rome” features a light-hearted, entertaining plot likely to appeal to audience of all ages. more »»

New Ulm Seventh-, Eighth- and Ninth-graders present: Headed South

March 8, 2015 NEW ULM — A Canadian Inn, a stage coach robbery, man-crazy quilters, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and the 26th president of the United States; the “Headed South from the Great White North or Get... more »»

Holy Land Dinner Theater presents: Feudin,’ Fussin’ & Fightin’

March 1, 2015 A three-act hillbilly farce with lots of laughs will be presented by a veteran cast and one newcomer this year at the Holy Land Dinner Theater at the Church of St. George. more »»

 
 
 

 

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