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Man on a Mission

August 29, 2010 SAN LUCAS MISSION, GUATEMALA — When the Rev. more »»

Sherwood Point Lighthouse still operates

August 22, 2010 Even if you don’t have access to the attached cottage, you may find it interesting to visit Sherwood Point Lighthouse and the panoramic view it affords of Sturgeon Bay, Wi. more »»

Students Today, Leaders Forever

August 15, 2010 NEW ULM — When Jaclyn Britz was a freshman at New Ulm High School, an announcement came over the intercome asking for students to do a service project in Chicago and the cost would be $100. more »»

Turner Hall: a revival in the making

August 1, 2010 NEW ULM — Buoyed by the award of a $200,000 Legacy grant in late June, the Turner Society is intensifying fund raising efforts, looking forward to preserving the viability of its historic building. more »»

Larry Gluth finds happiness in giving back and helping people

July 25, 2010 ATLANTA, Ga. — Larry Gluth, a native of New Ulm, has a passion for helping people and communities. more »»

Bird Island creates unique ball park

July 18, 2010 Bird Island baseball enthusiasts decided they wanted to create something unique for the Minnesota State Class B and C Amateur Baseball Tournaments held in Bird Island and Willmar in August and early... more »»

Sing for the laughter and sing for the tear

July 11, 2010 NEW ULM — Forty years ago, Bob Wirtz had a vision. A touring musical group had come to New Ulm and he was impressed. He thought it would be nice if New Ulm had a group like that as well. more »»

Baseball Tournament Time in New Ulm

July 4, 2010 NEW ULM — Sometime today, members of the New Ulm Baseball Association will be able to sit down and relax after two straight weekends of helping out at the annual summer baseball tournament games at... more »»

Growing Green, Eating Local

June 27, 2010 NEW ULM — It is a fresh, bright late-spring morning, and a handful of gardeners at Growing Green are busy tending row after row of vegetables, fruit and herbs. more »»

Handmaids of the Heart of Jesus

June 20, 2010 SEARLES — Mother Mary Clare Roufs said she felt a calling by God that led her to begin a religious order of sisters called the Handmaids of the Heart of Jesus who now live in a convent in Searles... more »»

Sleepy Eye Community Theater presents:

June 13, 2010 While summering in the New Ulm area a decade ago, a Las Vegas freshman English teacher with area roots was so taken by the Sleepy Eye Community Theater group, he decided to join it. more »»

Justin and Joey Schwecke excel on the track and on the field

June 6, 2010 NEW ULM — Justin and Joey Schwecke aren’t your typical twins. Growing up on a farm between Buffalo Lake and Gibbon, the twins did everything together. more »»

New Ulm Actors Community Theatre presents:

May 30, 2010 NEW ULM — Although the middle of summer is fast approaching us and snow seems to be a distant memory, New Ulm Actors Community Theatre’s (NUACT) production Minnesota ‘N’ice (It could be worse) will... more »»

Junior achievement: A program with an impact

May 23, 2010 NEW ULM — Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest, an organization that helps deliver a business knowledge and financial literacy curriculum to students in grades K-12, is this year’s recipient of... more »»

Treasure Haus celebrates 25 years of successful operations

May 16, 2010 NEW ULM — When Treasure Haus Resale Shop first opened its doors for business in 1985, they began operations in what used to be called the Cold Storage Locker located on North State S. more »»

Reverent Riders prepare for MS TRAM

May 9, 2010 A self-taught bicycle rider at age six, David Shilling said he’s always enjoyed riding bicycles. more »»

United Way. . . everyone knows those words. . .but do they really know who we are. . .

May 2, 2010 We are . . . developmentally disabled people who bowl together every Monday night with Adaptive Recreational Services. more »»

Running, religion give Cselovszki a road out of Hungary

April 25, 2010 In the second grade in Communist Hungary, John Cselovszki discovered he had exceptional distance running ability, outrunning just about everyone in 1.5 mile runs. more »»

Martin Luther College Children’s Theatre presents:

April 18, 2010 NEW ULM —It’s going to be more of a whirlwind than the The Martin Luther College Children’s Theater is used t. more »»



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