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Through writers’ eyes: U.S. -Dakota War of 1862

September 2, 2012 John LaBatte: “Historic Fort Ridgely” “The New Ulm Pioneer and the Indians, 1858-1862” Few authors represent the kind of unique, complex perspective on the events of 1862 that is perhaps inheren... more »»

Goosetown Roller Girls to compete this year

August 26, 2012 A little more than a year ago, Bruiseberry Jam played for the Babe City Rollers (BCR) when she lived in Bemidji, where BCR was founded in 2009 by two local women who were inspired by watching a Wind... more »»

John Brown owns Brown’s Guitar Factory in Inver Grove Heights

August 19, 2012 INVER GROVE HEIGHTS — To say that John Brown takes his job and his reputation seriously might be a bit of an understatement. more »»

New Ulm Actors Community Theatre presents: Dogs in the Hot Moon or Behind the Barricades

August 12, 2012 NEW ULM – The New Ulm Actors Community Theater (NUACT) will be tackling the complex and difficult task of trying to bring understanding to the U.S. more »»

Fifty years ago today, Harolld’s Saints shocked the state

August 5, 2012 NEW ULM — When Donald “Red” Roiger agreed to sponsor a women’s fastpitch softball team back in the early 1960s, all he was hoping for was to gain some publicity for his shoe store, Harolld’s Shoes. more »»

A Battle for Living

July 29, 2012 NEW ULM — “A Battle for Living: The Life and Experiences of Lavina Eastlick” by John Isch details the story of a pioneer woman who trekked 70 miles from Lake Shetek to New Ulm while seriously... more »»

Plane ride leads Cordes to the skies

July 22, 2012 Photos, story by Fritz Busch Dale Cordes says he’s been interested in aviation since his father Herb took him to the New Ulm Airport near what is now the New Ulm Country Club for a ride in a... more »»

Training a champion

July 15, 2012 NEW ULM — When Sport hears the release word “Break,” she is off like a rocket. more »»

After 25 years at New Ulm Cathedral John Vetter retires

July 8, 2012 NEW ULM — Sitting behind his desk covered in paperwork and in an office filled with 25 years worth of trophies and other sports-related photos and memorabilia, John Vetter wrapped up yet another day... more »»

A love of books, a life of learning

July 1, 2012 By Josh Moniz Staff Writer NEW ULM – Katy Kudela, the new Children’s Librarian at the New Ulm Public Library, is working hard to teach children something important: a life-long love of read and... more »»

Jacqueline Olson is answering a calling over 7,000 miles away

June 24, 2012 SPRINGFIELD — When Springfield native Jacqueline Olson graduated from Bethel University last spring, she faced the same question that every student does when they reach the end of their college... more »»

Living ‘simply, peacefully and fully’

June 17, 2012 NEW ULM — It is hard to define Verna Joel, especially on the basis of a single, somewhat rushed morning’s meetin. more »»

Ron Bentz has a need for speed

June 10, 2012 In his free time during summer weekends, you may find Brown County Sheriff’s Deputy Ron Bentz drag racing his 1974 Chevrolet Nova down an eighth-mile drag strip at Grove Creek Raceway near Grove City. more »»

The Many Rivers Chapter of the Prairie Enthusiasts is...

June 3, 2012 We’ve all passed by a prairie, whether it be by automobile or other means of trave. more »»

Comrades of Valor sacrifice and strive in service of fellow veterans

May 27, 2012 NEW ULM — Through wind, snow and rain, the New Ulm Area Comrades of Valor have spent years tirelessly dedicating their time and efforts to providing the final military tribute for their fellow... more »»

Cathedral’s gym shows off...

May 20, 2012 By Daniel Kerwin Journal Sports Writer NEW ULM — With the New Ulm Cathedral High School gymnasium approaching its 60th anniversary, there was little doubt over recent years that the gym’s original... more »»

New books offer different look at U.S.-Dakota War of 1862

May 13, 2012 NEW ULM — Two new books, “Eight Days in August” by Darla Cordes Gebhard and John Isch, and “The Dakota Trials” by John Isch, seek to shine new light on the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862. more »»

Boelter thrives on boulders, bulldozers and baseball

May 6, 2012 Big dump trucks rumble in out of Valley Demo & Recycling, LLC, located west of U.. more »»

New Ulm Tennis Association

April 29, 2012 NEW ULM — New Ulm Tennis Association President Norm Kopp likes to say that if you’re able to walk or jog, you’re able to play tennis. more »»

Absent winter means unusual spring

April 22, 2012 NEW ULM – The unusual winter that the Brown County region experienced this year, which was highlighted by an absence of any significant snowfall, will cause this spring to take on many unique... more »»

 
 

 

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