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‘The Glass Menagerie’ opens

April 14, 2016 NEW?ULM — The classic play, “The Glass Menagerie” by Tennessee Williams, opens at the State Street Off-Broadway Studio this weekend for four performances on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30 p. more »»

First Choice Pregnancy Services receive $72,000 grant

April 14, 2016 NEW ULM — First Choice Pregnancy Services of New Ulm observed its fifth anniversary last fall. more »»

Parent: Jefferson does lousy job of handling lice problem

April 14, 2016 NEW ULM — A parent’s concern with lice appears to have created a social media stir. more »»

Legislation pushed to address teacher shortage

April 14, 2016 NEW ULM — The Minnesota School Board Association and others say the state’s teacher licensure process has become overcomplicated and messy, and prevents good teachers from reaching the classroom. more »»

Planning Commission approves applications

April 14, 2016 NEW ULM — The Brown County Planning Commission unanimously approved Conditional Use Permit (CUP) applications in Stately, Cottonwood, Albin and Lake Hanska Townships on Tuesday. more »»

SE Board OKs ’17 trips for seniors, band/choir

April 14, 2016 SLEEPY EYE — The District 84 Board of Education unanimously approved on Wednesday a 2017 senior class trip to Orlando, Florida, and a 2017 educational trip for band and choir members in grades 9-12... more »»

District 88 Board meets Thursday

April 14, 2016 NEW ULM — The District 88 Board of Education will hear updates on facility remodeling, logistics, moves, and summer plans, Thursday, in the Thriveon Building Boardroom. more »»

Fort Ridgely meeting Thursday

April 13, 2016 NEW ULM — Supporters of the golf course at Fort Ridgely State Park may get some answers at a public informational meeting at 6 p.m. on Thursday at the New Ulm Civic Center. more »»

Dahms: Education bill nears; Transportation on horizon

April 13, 2016 ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Senate is close to completing the 2016 Omnibus Education Bil. more »»

Sale is one for the books

April 13, 2016 Volunteers set up Tuesday for the Brown County Historical Society’s Annual Book Sale. The event is open to members on Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and open to the public on Friday from 9 a.m. more »»

Clarifying buffer laws

April 13, 2016 ST. PAUL — State Rep. more »»

National Honor Society inductees at Cathedral High School

April 13, 2016 Submitted photo The Cathedral High School chapter of the National Honor Society held its induction ceremony on Tuesday, April 12, following a student Mass at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. more »»

Bike fleet waiting for warm weather

April 12, 2016 NEW ULM — Certain New Ulm schools have gained access to a new fleet of bikes this month to promote safe, active and healthy biking. more »»

Contractors report thefts at new high school site

April 12, 2016 NEW ULM — New Ulm Police received a report of missing construction equipment at the new New Ulm High School construction site, 1600 Oak St., on Monday mornin. more »»

New Ulm parks ID’d for development

April 12, 2016 NEW ULM—The New Ulm Park and Rec Commission is pushing forward with the development of new park areas in New Ulm. more »»

Madelia to hold musical celebration on Saturday

April 12, 2016 MADELIA — Choirs, musicians, dance teams, poets and others from throughout Southern Minnesota will share their talents and other gifts at the Madelia Beauty for Ashes Celebration, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. more »»

Honor Rolls

April 12, 2016 NEW ULM — S. more »»

Dance with me Daddy

April 11, 2016 Staff photo by Steve Muscatello The dance floor at the New Ulm Country Club was filled Sunday afternoon during the Early Childhood Family Education’s annual Daddy-Daughter Dance. more »»

Shops ready for Boutique Week

April 11, 2016 NEW ULM — Bonnie Lantz tried on several outfits at Lambrechts on Sunday afternoon in preparation for her debut as a runway model. more »»

Park options considered by Park & Rec panel

April 11, 2016 NEW ULM — There are six undeveloped park areas in New Ulm that Park & Rec staff believe warrant development. more »»



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