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Kris Henry of Smiths Mill is the owner of The Rusty Flamingo in Elysian. (Lisa Ingebrand photo)

Elysian’s newest business, The Rusty Flamingo, opened Saturday, October 12. The business, which is owned by Kris Henry of Smiths Mill, is located at 205 5th Street SW (just south of Highway 60), Elysian. Henry describes her store as an eclectic collection of new, used, repurposed, and handmade...

Pastor Ben Bolin buried a jar with prayer intentions on the property of Calvary Church’s newly-acquired land on the west side of New Prague. (Chuck Kajer photo)

Sunday, Oct. 13, was a big day for Calvary Church of New Prague. The congregation, which started six years ago with six families and now averages around 200 people for its Sunday services, held a dedication service for its newly acquired property south of Raven Stream Elementary School, near the...
The Le Sueur County Board received the 2018 audit report during their Tuesday, Oct. 15 meeting. Amanda Mboga of BakerTilly provided the report. Mboga said there were only two minor findings related to EFT policies and collateralization of deposits. She added the county has exceeded the benchmarks...

Dr. Jean Craig, right, who runs and operates the non-profit Wee3beasties: Saving the Strays, is pictured at the annual pancake breakfast with one of the event’s co-chairs, Dedee Little. (Photo courtesy of Jennifer Leff)

A purrrfect fundraiser on Sunday in Lonsdale raised more than $15,000 for the care of stray and feral felines. The non-profit 501(c)(3) Wee3beasties: Saving the Strays was the recipient of the funds raised from the sixth annual Pancakes for Paws event at the Lonsdale American Legion. Proceeds of...

TCU teacher John Head discusses furniture design ideas with his Special Projects Course students. Pictured, clockwise from top right: Dawson Drentlaw, Stuart Schatz, Hayden Arndt, and Head. Not pictured: Riley Bogue. (Lisa Ingebrand Photo)

Four Tri-City United High School students are taking part in a new, after-school class that will have them designing student-friendly furniture for a local company. The school has partnered with Minnesota Millwork and Fixtures in Lonsdale, which designs and builds furniture for restaurants across...
The New Prague Post Office will resume normal operations on Saturday, Oct. 12. Kristy Anderson of the US Postal Service said in a press release late Friday that the building was closed Friday due to safety concern from eroding block walls. Repairs abbe been made and the facility has been "cleared...
Corinne Skluzacek, a fourth grader at TCU-Lonsdale, is this year’s button designer for the Torchlight Parade and Fireworks Celebration in Montgomery. The daughter of Ryan and Jenny Skluzacek was told the exciting news at a special event at school on Friday. Torchlight organizers Neaner Kriha and...
The TCU High School Marching Band provided the music for the Homecoming Parade on Friday. The parade also featured other athletes and students with homemade Titan Pride signs. The Titan Football Team is scheduled to take on the Belle Plaine Tigers at 7 p.m. (Wade Young Photo)
For the second time this year, the New Prague Post Office has been temporarily closed due to safety concerns with the building. The US Postal Service issued a press release late on Thursday, Oct. 10, stating that all operations would be moved to the Belle Plaine Post Office, located at 233 N....
Beginning Oct. 11, all operations at the office will be temporarily located to the Belle Plaine Post Office at 233 N. Meridian St., Belle Plaine. Customers may retrieve their P.O. Box mail and notice left items from the Belle Plaine Post Office with photo ID.

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