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NU Foundation taking fall grant applications

July 29, 2016 NEW ULM — Bob Wise, Chairman of the Grants Committee, of the New Ulm Area Foundation has announced that the Foundation is now taking applications for the Fall Grants. more »»

Robots take over

July 28, 2016 NEW ULM — Robots are taking over kids’ imaginations during Robot Camp this week at Minnesota Valley Lutheran High School. Kids are building robots propelled with two wheels and a ping-pong ball. more »»

A tradition revived: Block party

July 28, 2016 NEW ULM — The neighborhood tradition of the block party is making a comeback on Crestview Drive. more »»

Primary candidate forums Aug. 2

July 28, 2016 NEW ULM — Voters will have the opportunity to hear candidates for New Ulm City Council Ward 1 primary race and Brown County District 2 Commissioner primary race on Aug. 2. more »»

Fitness and Fun Day at Civic Center

July 28, 2016 NEW ULM — The New Ulm Civic Center will host a day of fitness and fun on July 30. GameDay Competitions is holding its 3rd annual New Ulm Summer Showdown. more »»

Pure Magic

July 27, 2016 NEW ULM — On your mark! Get set! Read! The New Ulm Public Library’s 2016 summer reading program brought in a magician Tuesday, to teach kids the magic of reading. more »»

PUC approves e-waste disposal

July 27, 2016 NEW ULM — The Public Utilities Commission approved a new method for disposing of e-waste Tuesday. more »»

Dog owner looks for German shorthaired pointer

July 27, 2016 NEW ULM — A Shag Road resident who recently reported her German shorthaired pointer missing said she just received an anonymous letter about the dog, Max. Nancy Reseland said that at about 11:30 a.m. more »»

MPCA completes 44 enforcement cases

July 27, 2016 ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) completed 44 enforcement cases with more than $480,000 in penalties in 32 counties during the second quarter of 2016. more »»

Broadway reopens

July 27, 2016 Broadway between Center Street and 1st North Street reopened on Wednesday. The street was closed to allow for sanitary sewer repairs in front of the New Ulm Public Library. more »»

National Night Out

July 26, 2016 NEW ULM — The community came out in full force to German Park for National Night Out Monday. The annual event takes place in communities across the country in an effort to fight against crime. more »»

New principal at Cathedral

July 26, 2016 NEW ULM — Cathedral High School has a new captain leading it into the 2016-17 school year. more »»

Canoeists talk about Hudson Bay trip

July 26, 2016 GIBBON — Childhood friends and canoeists Sam Gatton and Jesse Rider on Monday talked about their recent 50-day, 2,000-mile canoe trip inspired by former CBS news journalist Eric Sevareid’s book... more »»

Broadway reopens Wednesday

July 26, 2016 NEW ULM — Broadway between Center Street and 1st North Street is scheduled to be open by 8 a.m. on Wednesday, July 27. The detour will be lifted and the roadway will be fully open to traffic. more »»

1st North crash

July 26, 2016 An accident at 1st North & State Streets at 5:32 p.m. Monday resulted in a possible injury and moderate damage. more »»

School board to vote on long-term maintenance plan

July 26, 2016 NEW ULM — During its meeting Thursday, the District 88 School Board will consider approval of a ten-year facility maintenance ten year plan. more »»

Red Cross urges donors to give now

July 26, 2016 ST. PAUL — Donors of all blood types are urgently needed to help restock shelves, according to the American Red Cross. A critical blood shortage remains, read a Red Cross news release. more »»

Crafts of yester year...

July 25, 2016 NEW ULM — A number of seamstresses demonstrated their craft at the Kiesling House Sunday afternoon. The group included Dina (Cordes) Skalicki of St. more »»

Local winery hosts grand opening

July 24, 2016 NEW ULM — Paul Neyers stood on his new deck outside a century-old remodeled farmhouse and talked about how his winery, nestled in the Minnesota River Valley just north of the Y intersection, came to... more »»

Eileen Jacobsen retires from Oak Hills after 31 years

July 23, 2016 NEW ULM — Oak Hill Living Center wished a fond farewell to long time employee Eileen Jacobsen on Friday. After 31 years working for the assisted living community Jacobsen has retired. more »»



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