In The News

County health behaviors improve
05/30/2014 - The New Ulm Journal
Subscription Required - Brown County data in nationwide 2014 county health rankings showed an improvement over 2013.
Losing to gain
05/30/2014 - The New Ulm Journal
Subscription Required - Losing weight is an endeavor that requires discipline, direction and patience.
Let’s earn the final dollars for the community prize!
05/24/2014 - The New Ulm Journal
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New Ulm Medical Center offers holistic options
05/23/2014 - The New Ulm Journal
Subscription Required - The New Ulm Medical Center celebrated its new partnership with the Penny George Institute for Health and Healing on Thursday, with Penny George assisting Mayor Robert Beussman in cutting a ribbon in the hospital lobby.
Schools partner for National Kick Butts Day
05/20/2014 - The New Ulm Jouranl
Subscription Required -  It's a sobering statistic. In Minnesota, 102,000 of Minnesota's young people - more than four times the total population of Brown County - will die prematurely as a result of smoking.
Council OKs South Garden Street project
05/19/2014 - The New Ulm Journal
Subscription Required - The City Council unanimously approved 2014 street improvement projects Tuesday.
Complete Streets recommendations accepted by Park and Rec
05/11/2014 - The New Ulm Journal
Subscription Required - Cindy Winters of Heart of New Ulm gave a Complete Streets presentation to the New Ulm Park and Rec Commission on Monday.
Hearts Beat Back receives MHA award
05/02/2014 - The New Ulm Journal
Subscription Required - Hearts Beat Back: The Heart of New Ulm Project (HONU) and New Ulm Medical Center recently received a 2014 Community Benefit Award (small hospital category) from the Minnesota Hospital Association (MHA).
Minnesota hospital programs, leaders honored
04/28/2014 - Yahoo! Finance
Eighteen awards were given for extraordinary achievement in categories ranging from advocacy on behalf of hospitals and volunteerism to innovation and improvement in patient care and patient safety.
New Ulm to benefit from Safe Routes to School planning grant
04/13/2014 - The New Ulm Journal
Subscription Required - The Region Nine Development Commission learned on April 7 that it has been awarded federal funding for local Safe Routes to School planning from The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) for 2014-2016.

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