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SPORTS

May 30, 2024

Wolves Try To Stay Alive Tonight

The Minnesota Timberwolves will try to stay alive in the N-B-A Western Conference FInals when they

May 30, 2024

Royals Snap Skid With a 6 to 1 Win

Kansas City’s Nelson Velazquez had a big day at the plate as the Royals snapped a three-game

May 30, 2024

Eagle Baseball Grounded In Marshall

New Ulm Eagle baseball team dropped the first game of the Section 2AAA tournament, losing to

May 29, 2024

Softball/Baseball Playoffs Continue

Section Championships for softball are set for Thursday, meanwhile, baseball moves into the third

May 25, 2024

Section Softball Finals from Saturday

Section 2AAA: New Ulm 1  Marshall 0 Mankato East 6  Mankato West 2 Mankato East 10  New Ulm 0 

May 25, 2024

Softball- New Ulm 1 Marshall 0

  New Ulm advances in Section 2AAA Softball with a Saturday Morning win over

May 25, 2024

Dallas Up 2 to 0

The Minnesota Timberwolves now trail the Dallas Mavericks 2 games to none in the Western Conference

NEWS

May 30, 2024

ALLINA HEALTH EARNS NATIONAL AWARD FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

Allina Health’s sustainability efforts have earned the health care system multiple awards from

May 30, 2024

Free JAKES Youth Day

National Wild Turkey Federation Der Deutsche Longbeards New Ulm Chapter is introducing youth to

May 30, 2024

HOT TOPICS LUNCH DISCUSSES GEORGE’S BALLROOM PROJECT

The New Ulm Chamber of Commerce held a Hot Topics lunch Wednesday and the topic was the George’s

May 30, 2024

APPARENT DROWNING OF FOUR-YEAR OLD BEING INVESTIGATED IN MARSHALL

Authorities in southwest Minnesota are investigating the apparent drowning of a young boy in

May 29, 2024

The Grand

Artist Resident, Elizabeth MacMillan and Tamera Furth talk music and programming classes at the

May 29, 2024

MN FARM BUREAU LEADERS SATISFIED WITH RESULTS OF LEGISLATIVE SESSION

Leaders of the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation say there were a number of positive outcomes for

May 29, 2024

FLOWER PLANTERS NEEDED

The New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce will be planting flowers downtown later today (Wednesday).