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A state fire marshal inspects the rubble left from a home explosion on Tuesday morning. (Wade Young Photo)

An explosion and fire destroyed a vacant home in Montgomery early Tuesday morning.   The explosion occurred in the residence located at 104 3rd St. SW, across the street from Most Holy Redeemer Church. According to Police Chief Lou Sager and Fire Chief Ken Pavek, no one was injured.   Pavek said...
The New Prague Aquatic Center was a busy place as Saturday, July 14, was the first day of the Minnesota Achievement Championships. The Neptune Swim and Dive Club, which operates out of the New Prague pool, is hosting the meet, which is bringing in more than 300 competitors from around the state....
In the fight against cancer, hundreds of Le Sueur County residents and their families and friends are raising awareness and funds for research, step by step. The Relay for Life of Le Sueur County is an active team fundraiser where people from all over the county, take turns walking around a track...
Le Sueur County’s 25th Relay for Life will be held this Friday, July 13 into the early hours of Saturday morning at the fairgrounds in Le Center with a 2 a.m. closing ceremony. “This is the first year we won’t be going all night,” explained event co-chair Sara Slavik. “We used to go for 12 hours,...
Nicole Adams, high school principal at Le Sueur-Henderson, has been named principal at New Prague High School, pending school board approval at its meeting Monday, July 16.  According to New Prague Superintendent Tim Dittberner, Adams “has established herself as a highly effective educational...
Dennis Pomije of New Prague has found a new hobby for retirement. He makes recumbent bikes out of old bicycle parts in his backyard shop. (Chuck Kajer Photo)
Dennis Pomije likes to fix problems. Growing up on a farm, he learned a lot about fixing things. "If something broke down, my dad had to find a way to fix it," he said. The ability to fix things also came in handy as he worked as a builder and a painter, and later as owner of Strike Force Bowl....
Members of Friedens Church who attended the WELS teen rally at Bowling Green State University in Ohio were, left to right, Samuel Barnack, Heidi Jahn, Pastor Henry Koch, Maddilyn Holicky, Gabriella Meyer, Greta Steinhagen and Nathanael Koch. (Submitted Photo)
Six teens from Friedens Evangelical Lutheran Church in New Prague, along with Pastor Henry Koch, traveled to Bowling Green State University in Ohio for the 2018 WELS teen rally June 25-30. Teens and chaperones from Friedens and Trinity in Belle Plaine took minivans to Menomonie, WI, where they...
Lydia Schmitz, left, and Libby Olson practice a scene for the upcoming free performance that caps off StarStruck Performing Arts Camp. The show, StarStruck Storm, is 1:30 p.m. Friday, July 13, at the middle school auditorium. (Patrick Fisher Photo)
StarStruck Performing Arts Camp marks seven years this summer of offering fun and an assortment of the arts to children and teens. This week at New Prague Middle School, 80 campers ranging in age from 5 to 16 are participating in StarStruck Storm. They are learning songs and dances and are creating...

Spencer Syvertson of Paynesville won the 35th annual Elysian Rookie's Triathlon Championship Saturday, July 7. 

Specer Syvertson, a 22-year-old graduate of Minnesota State University, Mankato, who lives in Paynesville, claimed the title in the 35th annual Elysian Rookie's Triathlon Saturday, July 7. Competing in this event for the first time, Syvertson edged previous champions Brett Lovaas and Mike Cahill...
A growing number of Minnesota school districts are looking to the sun to stabilize their energy costs.   Tri-City United is the latest Minnesota school district to consider using solar power to save money. School board members are debating whether to join a nearby solar garden that could save the...

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