Darlene Kuester | News, Sports, Jobs

Darlene Kuester, 78, of New Ulm died on Wednesday February 2, 2022 at her home.Christian Funeral Mass will be held on Thursday, February 10, 2022 at 11 a.m. at Holy Trinity Cathedral, New Ulm with interment at New Ulm Catholic Cemetery.…

A long road to freedom: part 2

This two-part column — in recognition of Black History Month (February) — is by Beth Mitchell, a Clinton County History Center volunteer who writes a periodic column for the News Journal. Part 2 Perhaps some of the information in this…

What’s wrong with the police?

Last November, at the Sixth Court of the Royal Courts of Justice, a 67-year-old man called Texo Johnson had his conviction for assault with intent to steal overturned. High Court Chancellor Julian Flaux told the handful of masked…

Perfect Letter – Tablet Magazine

Do you remember the first time you sent a letter?Once upon a time, before emails, before WhatsApp, before social media, there was a solemn and joyful act: handwriting, gently folding in an envelope, licking a stamp, checking the address and…

Some thoughts from 2021

About 160 people attended the Special Donor Dinner Event to Thank Donors on Friday, December 10, at Dresden Castle, 3775 E. Underwood Ave., Cudahy. "The importance of the annual gala is that it brings unrestricted funds, unlike grants which…

Summer: Donna’s Summer Musical

I attribute my love for many styles of music to my parents. I never really thought about it until I was older, but my parents both love music and they love different genres. Maybe I'm an old soul or maybe it's because I'm also gay but I…