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  • Karl the Konstruction Gnome

    The New Ulm Area Business and Retail Association announces the new campaign, “Gnome on the Road” to help encourage supporting local businesses during New Ulm Construction Projects. Karl the Konstruction Gnome will be hiding at …

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    05 Jun 18
  • New Ulm Public Schools

    It’s not only students that receive end of the school year award. Two teachers at New Ulm Public Schools were also recognized recently. Tammy Yackley earned Elementary Teacher of the Year and Ryan Ziemer was …

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    05 Jun 18
  • MissingPerson

    The search will resume today (Monday) for a Sleepy Eye man who was reported missing Sunday afternoon.  The Sleepy Eye Police Department received a report around 12:13 Sunday that Vincent Mathiowetz was mssing.  His vehicle …

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    04 Jun 18
  • Concord Singers

    The Concert in German Park series begins tonight with the traditional first concert with the Concord Singers.  Music starts at 7 pm and the Relay for Life will be selling pop and popcorn.  Concerts will …

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    04 Jun 18
  • GasPumps

    Gas prices in Minnesota have fallen 1-point-7 cents in the past week.  Prices are averaging $2.83 a gallon as of Sunday according to Gas Buddy’s daily survey of over 2800 stations.  The lowest prices in …

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    04 Jun 18
  • Brown County Courthouse

    The voting ballot options are growing in Brown County.  There are now three men running for Brown County Sheriff.  The candidates are Sheriff Rich Hoffman, New Ulm Police Department Senior Investigator Jeff Hohensee and Deputy …

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    04 Jun 18
  • New Ulm image

    The Principal at St. Paul’s Lutheran School in New Ulm is moving on.  Greg Thiesfeldt has taken a new job at St. Mark’s Lutheran School in Citrus Heights, California, a suburb of Sacramento.Thiesfeldt says he …

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    04 Jun 18
  • New Ulm image

    The New Ulm American Legion Post 132 history website is up and running.  Local historian and editor of the website George Glotzbach says this is a work in progress as new articles and comments are …

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    01 Jun 18