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Ceremony honors Poor Handmaids who lived, worked in New Ulm

June 18, 2016 NEW ULM — Sisters of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ (PHJS) visited New Ulm Saturday, making stops at the New Ulm Medical Center and the New Ulm Catholic Cemetery. more »»

Lamberton City Council OKs lifeguard training

June 18, 2016 LAMBERTON — The Lamberton City Council unanimously approved a resolution Monday to pay for lifeguard training and recertification classes. more »»

Big construction projects in New Ulm

June 17, 2016 NEW ULM — Construction began this week on the site of the new ALDI store located off Westridge Road. more »»

DNR agrees to keep Ft. Ridgely Golf Course Open this summer

June 17, 2016 ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has given the Fort Ridgely State Park Golf Course a temporary reprieve. more »»

Springfield in State Title Game

June 17, 2016 CHASKA — The Springfield Tigers defeated Adrian 5-4 today in the semifinals of the Minnesota State High School Class A baseball tournament. more »»

Summer Lunch program reaches out for kids

June 17, 2016 NEW ULM — District 88 is rolling out its free lunch program for children under 18, and now there are buses. The Monday through Friday service began at the end of May and runs through July 29. more »»

Dist. 84 explores daycare options

June 17, 2016 SLEEPY EYE — The District 84 Board of Education learned about daycare options that are being explored by a local committee Wednesday. more »»

Clarification

June 17, 2016 MN Green Corps member Nathan Fuerst has been working with the Minnesota Heart Institute and the Heart of New Ulm project on New Ulm’s Safe Routes to School program. more »»

Gibbon canoeists paddle past Winnipeg

June 17, 2016 WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Two childhood friends from Gibbon who are paddling to Hudson Bay reported finding some good fortune as they crossed from the United States into Manitoba, Canada on the Red River... more »»

KNUJ Farmer’s Market opens for the summer

June 17, 2016 NEW ULM—Vegetables, preserves, salsa, honey, and chicken were all on sale in the Hy-Vee parking lot Thursday afternoon as part of KNUJ’s Farmer’s Market. more »»

Editor's Mailbag

June 17, 2016 BMX State Qualifier on Sunday NEW ULM — The River Valley BMX club is hosting a Minnesota State Qualifier race Sunday, June 19. Registration is from 10 a.m. to noon with races following. more »»

Father’s Day crafts at the Harkin Store

June 17, 2016 WEST NEWTON — Make crafts and leather goods this Father’s Day with Dan Cochran at the Harkin store. From 1 to 4 p.m. more »»

Sausage making at Kiesling House

June 17, 2016 NEWULM — Celebrate Father’s Day and learn how to make sausage at the Historic Kiesling House this Sunday from 1:30 to 3:30. more »»

Carmichael celebrated

June 16, 2016 By Connor Cummiskey Staff Writer NEW ULM — The Grand is celebrating the life and work of Christine Carmichael, the interior designer known for her work on the Governor’s Residence, the Dayton House... more »»

Hagedorn calls for ‘timeout’ on refugees

June 16, 2016 By Clay Schuldt Staff Writer MANKATO — Republican First District congressional candidate Jim Hagedorn on Wednesday called for an all-out halt of the United States refugee program during a series of... more »»

Nicollet County goes to bat for Ft. Ridgely

June 16, 2016 OKs resolution to preserve, maintain park By Fritz Busch Staff Writer S. more »»

Three arrested in juvenile prostitution sting

June 16, 2016 NEW ULM — Investigators from the Nicollet County Sheriff’s Office and detectives from North Mankato, New Ulm and Mankato Department of Public Safety have arrested three suspects in a strictly... more »»

Two GreenCorps jobs open in New Ulm

June 16, 2016 By Clay Schuldt Staff Writer NEW ULM—This September the City of New Ulm is hoping to continue its involvement with the Minnesota GreenCorps program. more »»

Fairmont interested in local sales tax

June 16, 2016 By Judy Bryan Fairmont Sentinel FAIRMONT — The Fairmont City Council approved two measures Monday that advanced the proposed regional wellness center — often referred to as a community center — and... more »»

Skybumps, Swooshers, Bouncers and Rollbumps

June 15, 2016 Children learn about STEM By Connor Cummiskey Staff Writer NEW ULM — Children had a hands-on opportunity to learn about engineering, and save some imaginary critters from a flood, at the New Ulm... more »»

 
 
 

 

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