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11-year-old New Auburn girl can now hear the birds sing

Thursday, July 17th, 2008

An 11-year-old New Auburn girl will no longer have to struggle with hearing loss, thanks to the generosity of Starkey Labs and its founder, Bill Austin. Continue reading »

Gaylord and New Auburn to host 4th of July festivities

Thursday, July 3rd, 2008

Gaylord and New Auburn are both having special activities for the July 4 holiday. Continue reading »

New Auburn volunteers install new playground equipment

Thursday, June 26th, 2008
New Auburn residents used its first annual Community Project Day, June 14, to install new playground equipment in the city park. Photo by Tracy Busch

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New Auburn ordinance requires permits for all construction

Thursday, June 12th, 2008

The City of New Auburn, earlier this month, adopted amendments to its building and land use regulations. The changes will take effect after publication of the legal notice in this week’s Gaylord Hub. Continue reading »

Memorial Day programs planned in Gaylord, New Auburn

Thursday, May 22nd, 2008

Memorial Day programs will be presented in Gaylord and New Auburn on Monday, May 26. Continue reading »

Northfield teacher wins Senate Dist. 25 seat

Thursday, January 10th, 2008

Northfield teacher Kevin Dahle won a special state Senate District 25 election for the Democrats Thursday night. Continue reading »

City of New Auburn will have more patrol this year

Thursday, January 3rd, 2008

Sibley County Commissioners, last week, approved a contract between New Auburn and the Sibley County Sheriff’s Office to patrol an average of four and a half hours per week in the community. Continue reading »

New Auburn ordinance sets utility payment policies

Thursday, September 27th, 2007

An ordinance setting policies and procedures for utility billing and collection in New Auburn will be found in the Public Notices. Continue reading »

Three charged for shutting off New Auburn’s water

Thursday, August 16th, 2007

An 18-year-old Glencoe man, Gregory Ronald Brown, and two juveniles, are charged with damaging New Auburn’s water supply building and shutting off the city’s water supply on June 27.
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Senator visits New Auburn

Thursday, August 9th, 2007

Senator Coleman visits New Auburn

Minnesota Senator Norm Coleman, left, was greeted by New Auburn city officials Tuesday morning when he made a 20 minute stop at the City Hall. From left to right are Council member Catherin Lorenz, Mayor Roger Becker, and Council member Elizabeth Frahm. Coleman stopped to give the community an update on $300,000 grant that he helped the community secure for its water treatment plant. State Rep. Laura Brod, County Commissioner Charlie Woehler, and about 30 community residents attended the event.