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A Life Helping Places, People in Need

December 18, 2011 NEW ULM – Theodore “Ted” Jafvert, the new manager of the Herberger’s half of the Marktplatz Mall, has made a living off of revitalizing ailing businesses. more »»

The New Ulm Actors Community Theater presents: It’s a Wonderful Life

December 11, 2011 NEW ULM — During rehearsal, the company of the New Ulm Actors Community Theater’s upcoming production of “It’s a Wonderful Life” sit perfectly still on either side of a long table, competing to see... more »»

German Christmas Traditions

December 4, 2011 NEW ULM — Some of the old-fashioned German Christmas traditions can warm your heart and make you feel happiness and holiday cheer whether you are two years old or 102. more »»

The new CRIC

November 27, 2011 NEW ULM — Janet Keaveny, the new multicultural literacy instructor at Jefferson Elementary School, strums her guitar and sings out the kindergartners’ names, as they pop up on the SmartBoard,... more »»

New Ulm doctor serves global church and Rwanda needy online

November 20, 2011 Those looking for inspiration on overcoming disabilities and other challenges life can throw at you, would do well to learn about Dr. Rob Trautloff of New Ulm. more »»

New Ulm High School presents: The Haunting of Will Shakespeare

November 13, 2011 NEW ULM — New Ulm High School presents “The Haunting of Will Shakespeare” on November 18,19 and 20th at the District Administrative Center at 15 North State Stree. more »»

NUACS presents: 'Ask Any Girl'

November 6, 2011 NEW ULM — With the start of November and the coming approach of winter, it’s time for a new New Ulm Area Catholic Schools in the Holy Trinity Covenant-Historic Holy Trinity Auditorium, formerly the... more »»

The Quilling Queen

October 30, 2011 NEW ULM — New Ulm lady Kathleen Reinhart has found something she loves to do — quilling. Quilling, also called paper filigree, is thought to date back to the 15th Century. more »»

Character Counts

October 23, 2011 NEW ULM — The students who met with me during Character Counts Week Oct. 16-22, to discuss Character Counts at the New Ulm Public High School, were focused, organized, self-possessed, driven. more »»

NUACT presents

October 16, 2011 NEW ULM — New Ulm Actors Community Theater will present a fabulous comedy by Mary Rodgers, with lyrics by Marshal Barer. The play will be presented at 7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Oct. more »»

Racquetball

October 9, 2011 NEW ULM — Dennis Jasperson admits he isn’t one for “slow moving sports. more »»

Gary Eichten:

October 2, 2011 NEW ULM — After 45 years of radio reporting for Minnesota Public Radio (MPR), Gary Eichten will be retiring at the end of this year. Eichten made the announcement on Aug. more »»

Bonnie Mohr

September 25, 2011 "You don't just wake up one morning and you have a successful business. I, like everyone else, have had to learn the hard way. more »»

Keeper of Memories

September 18, 2011 By Kremena Spengler Staff Writer NEW ULM — Darla Gebhard is one of those few people who can be described as keepers of a community’s memory. more »»

Labor of Loving Game Birds

September 11, 2011 WINTHROP — On a high spot with nearby wetlands, a rural Winthrop couple are raising game birds several miles northeast of town. more »»

Wingnuts R/C Fliers

September 4, 2011 SLEEPY EYE — A few years back, Galen Engholm wanted to take his love of flying remote controlled airplanes to another level, a level that a lot of R/C fliers wouldn’t normally consider. more »»

Safety and Bed & Breakfasts

August 28, 2011 NEW ULM—Following the tragic six fatality fire that occurred this July at the Bohemian Bed and Breakfast, many people became concerned about the safety of bed and breakfast (B&B) businesses. more »»

The Shadow

August 21, 2011 Dock jumping, aka dock diving, is a sport in which dogs compete in jumping for distance and height from a dock into a body of water. more »»

A trip that made a difference

August 14, 2011 NEW ULM — Vehicles continuously honking their horns to turn, vendors selling their goods under the shelter of brightly colored umbrellas, the unforgettable heat and humidity, the strong smells, and... more »»

They rescued no one...

August 7, 2011 “During the Minnesota Sioux Uprising of 1862, eighteen men left New Ulm early on the morning of August 19, and travelled westward about 20 miles along the Big Cottonwood River to the area of... more »»

 
 
 

 

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