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Still time for RENU project proposals

February 21, 2016 The City of New Ulm’s RENU committee has received 14 proposed uses for the money New Ulm would get if it extends its half-percent municipal sales tax, and there’s still time for more. more »»

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February 20, 2016 Just in time THUMBS UP: It’s a good thing the New Ulm Area Sport Fishermen held their annual ice fishing contest on Clear Lake last weekend instead of this weekend. more »»

Pope and politics

February 19, 2016 It’s not often that U.S. more »»

Scalia’s view of ‘living Constitution’

February 18, 2016 Liberal activists disliked the late U.S. more »»

Transportation still facing roadblock

February 17, 2016 If anyone had hoped that Republicans and Democrats in the Minnesota Legislature had time to work out a transportation package compromise in the long months since they adjourned May 18, Monday’s... more »»

Flights from Cuba

February 16, 2016 President Barack Obama seems determined to “normalize” relations between the United States and Cuba, regardless of good reasons why the process should proceed slowly, if at all. more »»

Kasich deserves second look

February 15, 2016 With the pace of Republican decision-making about a nominee for president picking up, the direction of the process may be taking a good, much-needed turn. Ohio Gov. more »»

Scalia’s passing

February 14, 2016 The sudden death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia on Saturday is of course a terrible personal loss for the Court and the nation, but it also thrusts the issue of judicial appointments... more »»

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February 13, 2016 Mathletes to state THUMBS UP: Our local academic teams don’t get the accolades and acclaim of their sporting counterparts, so we’re happy to say congratulations to the New Ulm High School Math... more »»

Caucuses vs. Primaries

February 12, 2016 The political presidential season has drawn attention to two very different ways political parties select their candidates — the caucus system and the primary system. more »»

Shakeup in N.H.

February 11, 2016 Primary voters in New Hampshire made a couple of important points on Tuesday. First, Donald Trump is not going to fade away. And second, Hillary Clinton seems to be in danger of doing just that. Se. more »»

Obama’s budget

February 10, 2016 President Barack Obama presented his final budget proposal to Congress on Tuesday, and apparently he wants to go out with a bang. The president has submitted a record-breaking $4. more »»

Bernie’s appeal

February 9, 2016 With the nation’s first primary election of the 2016 presidential campaign coming up in New Hampshire today, it is safe to say the college-student vote will go primarily to Democrat candidate Sen. more »»

In Flint, government failed its duty

February 7, 2016 The blame game was in full swing this past week as Congress held hearings on the Flint, Mich., water fiasco. more »»

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February 6, 2016 Kraft in New Ulm THUMBS UP: For decades, Kraft has been one of the major employers in New Ul. more »»

Test of Madelia’s mettle

February 4, 2016 You see the look on the faces of people who are standing and watching their homes burn — shock, pain and bewilderment. more »»

MNsure’s good news, bad news

February 4, 2016 MNsure, the state’s health insurance exchange program set up through the Affordable Care Act, announced this week that it beat its enrollment goal for 2016, with 85,390 plans enrolled, far ahead of... more »»

No penalty for VA officials

February 3, 2016 It’s hard to change a culture of corruption in government when the government is not allowed to punish those guilty of corruption. more »»

The results of a mission abandoned

February 2, 2016 At least President Barack Obama was politically smart enough not to declare “mission accomplished” in Iraq and Afghanista. more »»

Banking on New Ulm for 140 years

February 1, 2016 Citizens Bank Minnesota is marking the 140th anniversary of its opening today. One of the oldest banks in the state, Citizens has been a community-owned, community-oriented bank for a long tim. more »»

 
 
 

 

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