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Dog days

August 18, 2013 SPRINGFIELD — For any high school football player, the month of August can bring both joy and dread. more »»

Farmfest: showcasing the high tech future of agriculture

August 11, 2013 Gilfillan Estate — The future of agriculture and even the future of Farmfest itself were on display last week at the annual agricultural show at Gilfillan Estates near Redwood Falls. more »»

Allan Gebhard: uncelebrated photographer, recorder of history

August 4, 2013 By Kremena Spengler Staff Writer NEW ULM — Allan Gebhard is a quiet man who likes to hover in the background. But if you look closer, you will notice that he always has a camera on hand. more »»

Seventies muscle car owners retain their rides

July 28, 2013 Story, photos by Fritz Busch Paul Guggisberg, Steve Schmid and Leon Portner can’t let go of their muscle car days in the seventies. Literally. more »»

The New Ulm Actors Community Theatre presents

July 21, 2013 NEW ULM — The New Ulm Actors Community Theatre will have their summer musical, the award winning Broadway musical, “South Pacific” by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. more »»

The Puppet Wagon

July 14, 2013 Like the Narren and the Hermann Monument, the Puppet Wagon is a unique feature of New Ulm. more »»

Minnesota Valley Action Council: An agency that quietly impacts communities

July 7, 2013 NEW ULM — As one staff member, Pam Krzmarzick, put is, the Minnesota Valley Action Council (MVAC) is one of those community action agencies that do meaningful, impactful programs, but do not... more »»

Sleepy Eye Community Theatre presents:

June 30, 2013 Sleepy Eye Community Theatre embarks on new territory with its first interactive, audience participation murder mystery. more »»

Girls High School Softball State Tournament

June 23, 2013 NORTH MANKATO — The 2013 Minnesota State High School Softball State Tournament certainly had a New Ulm feel to it as two local teams advanced to play in the state tourney for the second year in a row. more »»

Quilting surging as popular hobby in New Ulm  

June 16, 2013 NEW ULM - It’s not just your grandmother’s hobby anymore! Quilting has been exploding as hobby around state and the country, and it has become particularly popular here in New Ulm. more »»

Superintendent Harold Remme:

June 9, 2013 People in prominent public positions can unwittingly generate extreme reactions; often, they are either much admired or much maligned. more »»

NUACT presents: Front Page

June 2, 2013 Comedy surrounding the newspaper reporting business based on a play and film from decades ago with a message that continues today, should hit your funny bone next weekend. more »»

The St. Peter panic are running their way through the Southern Plains Football League

May 26, 2013 ST. PETER — Prior to this spring, Garrett Mensing was given the opportunity to play football again, by far his favorite sport at Blue Earth Area high school, where he graduated from in 2008. more »»

Farmers, flooding and spring impacted by May weather

May 19, 2013 SOUTHERN MINNESOTA – While the unusual snowfall in April and at the start of May quickly came and melted away, this month’s unusual weather will likely have a longer lasting impact on farmers,... more »»

Leaving his legacy in stone

May 5, 2013 Photos by Steve Muscatello Story by Fritz Busch Decades ago as mechnical engineering major at South Dakota State University, LeRoy Zander never dreamed he’d get into the cemetery monument business. more »»

MLC Children’s Theater presents: Who Can Fix the Dragon’s Wagon?

April 21, 2013 NEW ULM – Magic, royalty and dragons are the fun center of the annual Martin Luther College Children’s Theater on April 26 and 27. more »»

New Ulm Country Club lies in wait

April 14, 2013 NEW ULM — Just when it appeared that New Ulm Country Club was going to be ready to open for golf, this past week’s wintry weather came along and held golf season hostage. more »»

Volunteers: The ‘Backbone’ of the BCHS Museum

April 7, 2013 NEW ULM — Anne Earl sent her retired husband, Larry, to the Brown County Society Historical Society Museum to volunteer, to, well, “get him out of the house. more »»

When it comes to wrestling, Steve Johnson has done it all

March 31, 2013 NICOLLET — Few people have been involved in the sport of wrestling from as many different angles as Steve Johnson. more »»

Teaching Respect

March 24, 2013 What do you get when you place 200 seventh grade students in one room under the leadership of 40 sophomores? A whole lot of R-E-S-P-E-C-T. The New Ulm High School respect retreat, held Feb. more »»

 
 
 

 

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