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The longest running triathlon in Minnesota is coming to an end. After 35 years, the Elysian Triathlon will not be held in 2019. According to long-time organizer of the event, Jeanne Zwart, it just seemed the right time to end the event which was held the Saturday after the July 4th celebration. “35...

The cast and crew of New Prague High School’s spring play “She Kills Monsters” gather for a group photo. The play tells the story about a young woman learning about her sister through notebooks about playing a Dungeons & Dragons type games. Due to simulated violence in the play parents of young children may not want to attend. (Photo courtesy of Ben Thietje)

New Prague High School’s spring play will offer a unique insight into how two sisters connect in a production that offers both comedy and drama. The play, “She Kills Monsters” will be performed at the high school auditorium, 221 12th St. NE, at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 5, and Saturday, April 6....
The New Prague City Council approved four items concerning the 2019 street and utility improvement project at its Monday, April 1, meeting. The council unanimously approved a resolution accepting a bid from GMH Asphalt Corporation of Chaska to do the project. They also unanimously approved an...

Elko New Market’s new Police Chief Brady Juell goes over a Security and Safety presentation during the Lunch and Learn on Tuesday, March 26. Firehouse Grille sponsored the soup and sandwich lunch held by the Elko New Market Chamber of Commerce. Also speaking were City Administrator Tom Terry and Community Development Specialist Renee Christianson about residential and commercial developments. (Patrick Fisher Photo)

Elko New Market business owners and residents were able to get updates from city representatives during the Elko New Market Chamber of Commerce’s Lunch and Learn, held Tuesday, March 26. Sponsored by Firehouse Grille, the soup and sandwich lunch and meeting was held in the Community Room at the...

Le Sueur County’s Child Protection Investigators Cari Krenik (left) and Kari Davis tie a blue ribbon to a tree to help bring awareness to Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month. (Photo courtesy of Cari Krenik)

People are usually not happy to see her at their door. She understands, but hopes that can change. She’s Cari Krenik, the Lead Child Protection Investigator for Le Sueur County, who has seen many, many things and has learned even more in her seven years on the job. “After I introduce myself, I...
Judge Mark Vandelist has had enough of Le Sueur County Historical Society (LCHS). Vandelist, who is overseeing the lawsuit between several plaintiffs and LCHS, slammed the society on Wednesday because it failed to follow his orders. He appointed a high profile attorney from Minneapolis as a...
Le Sueur County Sheriff Brett Mason reports that on March 27, 2019, Leonard Elmore Beatty III, 61, of rural Montgomery was arrested after Investigators from the Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Office with assistance from the FBI Child Exploitation Task Force and Minnesota Internet Crimes Against Children...
The US Postal Service announced late Thursday that the New Prague Post Office will reopen on Friday, March 29. The Post office was closed Saturday, March 23, due to environmental concerns, which have been taken care of. See the attached press release.

The local soft rock band, “Little Chicago,” will play at the New Prague Arts Council’s Ides of March Dance from 6-9:30 p.m. Friday, March 29, at the Park Ballroom. (Submitted Photo)

The New Prague Arts Council (NPAC) will hold its “Ides of March” fund-raising concert/dance and raffle on Friday, March 29, at the Park Ballroom. This is the fourth annual fundraiser for the NPAC and replaces the former Black Friday dance held the past three years. The event will again feature the...

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