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Don’t let her looks or her gender fool you. Dressed in football pads with a fierce determination, Anastasia “Ana” Stasney is out to win on the gridiron.    According to veteran coaches, Stasney is the first female to play football for Tri-City United School and the previous Montgomery-Lonsdale...
The students and staff of Tri-City United Elementary and Middle School remembered the horrific events of September 11, 2001 at the event's 17th anniversary on Tuesday. The students and staff held a memorial ceremony by gathering around the school’s flag pole outside where Principal Deb Dwyer read a...
 A Le Center woman reached an incredible milestone on Saturday.   Surrounded by family, friends, and local well-wishers, Crystal Krenik celebrated her 100th birthday on Saturday, Sept. 8.   The lifelong Le Center native was born a hundred years ago in a little house west of Le Center to Ben and...

A panoramic photo captures only part of the growing event that is known as the Heidelberg Community Day, which was held on Sunday. (Wade Young Photo)

The popularity of a car show, craft booths, good food and weather with a good cause led to another successful Community Day at Heidelberg on Sunday.   Sunny skies and temperatures in the mid 70s helped bring hundreds of people to Heidelberg event that featured a car show, music, games, inflatables...

Bonnie Feneis of Kilkenny posed with her family for a quick photo in the middle of a large, green shamrock painted in the middle of Kilkenny's main intersection in honor of the Halfway to St. Patty's day Celebration on Saturday, Sept. 8. The Feneis clan is pictured (left to right):  Front - Bonnie Feneis, Bob Feneis, and Julie Freid. Back - Daniel Feneis, and Pat (Feneis) Freid.   Lisa Ingebrand Photo

Whether it was the luck of the Irish or event coordinator Janice Sneller's prayers for good weather, Mother Nature smiles on the Irish in Kilkenny on Saturday, September 8 during the city's Halfway to St. Patty's Celebration. A large crowd flocked to the community to enjoy a day full of music, good...
Emily Ardolf was having an early celebration of her 104th birthday, which is on Saturday, Sept. 8. A resident of Mala Strana Assisted Living and Rehabilitation Center in New Prague, she and her late husband Joseph raised five children on their farm before moving into town. She has 21...

The WEM volleyball team celebrated a 4-set win over Faribault BA Thursday, Sept. 6 in Waterville. The win snapped a 137 match Gopher Conference winning streak by the Cardinals.

The No. 1 rated WEM volleyball team snapped a Faribault BA 137 Gopher Conference match winning streak on Thursday, Sept. 6 in Waterville. The Buccaneers defeated the Cardinals 22-25, 25-20, 25-14, and 25-21 ending a streak that has lasted nearly 19 years. The last loss in conference play by...

Tom Humphrey, left, is congratulated by Elko New Market Mayor Bob Crawford after taking the oath of office as a new Planning Commissioner during the Thursday, Aug. 23, meeting of the city council. Humphrey is replacing Kent Hartzler, who resigned earlier this year due to time constraints. (Patrick Fisher Photo)

The Elko New Market City Council began looking toward street work for 2019 at its Thursday, Aug. 23, meeting as it directed city staff to begin preparations for a Streets Expo. City Engineer Rich Revering of the firm Bolton & Menk presented the proposal. The expo is to bring information on...

Members of the Montgomery Historical Society and other interested individuals listened as Mike Hruby (far right) shared information about the blacksmithing business his grandfather Joe Hruby  started in Montgomery in 1923. (Lisa Ingebrand Photo)

Approximately 40 people gathered outside the Joe G. Hruby Blacksmithing, Horseshoe, Woodwork and Truck Bodies Museum in Montgomery on Thursday, Aug. 30, to learn about Hruby and the historical role he and his business played in the community.    The museum event was part of Montgomery Historical...
A bluebird house may be just a few pieces of wood nailed together and mounted on a post, but it’s become much more than that to one man, his family and the thousands who have been touched by their story. Ron Rudolph’s story began the day he met his future wife, Pat, at a party more than 35 years...

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