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The second of a third tank from Chart Industries made its way down New Prague’s Main Street the night of Saturday, Sept. 14. The first tank travelled through New Prague on Friday, Sept. 13, and the third is scheduled to go through town the evening of Monday, Sept. 16, depending on weather. The...
The Pittman Clan was among the hundreds of people to celebrate at Kilkenny's Half-Way to St. Paddy’s Day celebration on Saturday. With perfect weather, the town rolled out the green carpet to Irish dignitaries and people from around state and country. The day included music, food, lots of vendor...
Runners in the Ninth annual Brain Power Walk/Run head out of Trojan Stadium in New Prague to continue the 5K course that went through nearby neighborhoods and ended back in Trojan Stadium the morning of Saturday, Sept. 14. Overall winner for the 5K was Maizie Deihl in about 20 minutes. She came...
Chart Industries in New Prague will be shipping three 172,000-gallon tanks from its New Prague plant to a Minnesota River port in Savage over the next few days. The first tank, which is 168 feet long, 17 feet wide and 18 feet tall, will leave the New Prague facility sometime Friday evening, Sept...

Kilkenny, Ireland Mayor Martin Brett will be making an appearance at the Half Way To St. Paddy’s
Day Celebration Saturday in Kilkenny. 

Seven years ago Martin Brett of Kilkenny, Ireland, made a trip to Kilkenny, MN. At the time, Brett was the mayor of the community and was extended an invitation to come to Minnesota. Mayor Brett was present for the first Halfway to St. Paddy’s Day celebration, but he also attended for another...

Cooper Bahnsen, 13, who is legally blind, proudly wears the message #notbroken. (Photo courtesy of Bahnsens)

Krista Bahnsen sees. She sees her almost- 14-year-old son, Cooper, struggle, adapt, and overcome challenges every day. Cooper is legally blind. He also has cerebral palsy, ADHD, and is cognitively delayed due to a stroke he suffered in utero. He is also outgoing, funny, a sports enthusiast, and...

Bella Ausmus of Montgomery, releases close to 30 Monarch butterflies after they were tagged at the Ney Nature Center on Saturday. (Wade Young photo)

Fluttering orange and black wings speckled with white spots make the monarch butterfly an unmistakable creature to many in Minnesota and the United States. This time of year, the seasonal changes signal to the beautiful Monarch to begin its amazing migration hundreds of miles to the remote...

The New Prague Ice Arena Board is exploring an expansion to the 23-year-old facility. (Chuck Kajer photo)

The New Prague Ice Arena Association Board of Directors recently received a completed feasibility study regarding adding a second sheet of ice to the 23-year-old facility located on 12th Street NE. The study, according to Kevin Cassidy, manager of the Ice Arena, was done to determine where the...

Kendra Rasmusson shows off the decor in one of the rooms for rent above the Farmhouse Market in downtown New Prague. (Chuck Kajer Photo)

Farmhouse Market owners Paul and Kendra Rasmusson, have opened a two-bedroom inn above their store at 120 West Main Street. Featuring top-notch finishes designed to encourage out-of-towners to visit New Prague for longer than just a day trip, the inn houses two rooms, each with their own bathroom,...

Darlene Carlson (left) and Vicki Gregor have collected, refurbished, and shipped 300+ dolls to Haitian orphans. (Photo courtesy of Darlene Carlson)

Hundreds of rescued dolls will soon be shipped from Minnesota to Haiti to fill the arms of orphans at Christmastime. The special “dolly project” came to life after Darlene Carlson of rural Janesville, a member of St. Andrew’s Catholic Church, overheard that some children at the Haitian orphanage...

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