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Demonstrations on Dutch oven cooking were popular at the Scott County Autumn Fare on Saturday, Oct. 6. Held at the Scott County Fairgrounds the annual event had crowds gathering for warm food and drinks, plus there were many activities for families. For more see an upcoming print issue of The New...
Thursday, Oct. 4, was a busy evening in New Prague as shoppers were proving that “Nothing is S’more Fun than Ladies Night Out.” A crowd stops in Mainstream Boutique, one of the 14 area businesses that participated in the event that was sponsored by the New Prague Chamber of Commerce. While...

Max Budin, a Most Holy Redeemer fourth grader, won Montgomery's 2018 Torchlight Parade Button Design Contest.   Lisa Ingeband photo

Most Holy Redeemer fourth grader Max Budin, son of Mike and Angie Budin, won Montgomery's 2018 Torchlight Parade Button Design Contest. Torchlight committee members Neaner Kriha and Lynn Heinzig made the announcement Thursday morning, Oct. 4. Budin's winning design features a North Pole sign and...
Some of the visible deteriorated joints and mortar may be the cause of years of water leaks in St. John Lutheran Church. (Wade Young Photo)
Wear, tear and years of water leaks from the bell tower and deteriorating mortar in parts of St. John Lutheran Church have forced its congregation to take action. On September 12, the church’s congregation unanimously approved a proposal for the Building Restoration Corporation out of Roseville to...
For the second year in a row Lonsdale’s city tax rate is staying the same. At the Lonsdale City Council meeting held on September 29, the council approved a resolution setting the 2019 preliminary city budget and property tax levy. “We’re pretty much at the same levy as we were in 2017,” said...
The New Prague City Council approved a pair of resolutions during their Monday, Oct. 1 meeting, that will allow the city to bill residents for unpaid bills through property tax assessments. Ken Ondich, city planner, explained that the first resolution is for unpaid snowplowing and property...
Due to the significant amount of property and agricultural damage after the Sept. 20 storm, the Le Sueur County Board has entered into a resolution which will help county residents. The commissioners declared Le Sueur County in a State of Emergency Sept. 24 for the high wind storm event of Sept. 20...
Workers began removing the current railroad tracks crossing Main Street in New Prague Wednesday, Oct. 3. Reconstruction of the rail crossing and patching of the highway is expected to take up to a week. The official detour takes drivers north of town on Scott County Road 2, however local traffic is...
Tri-City United High School kicked off Homecoming Week festivities Monday with the coronation of its Homecoming King and Queen. Ben Krohn, son of Scott and Kelle Krohn, was crowned King. Olivia Schoenbauer, daughter of Greg and Sheila Schoenbauer, was crowned Queen. For more, see the print edition...

St. Wenceslaus Catholic School students take off running at the start of the 2018 St. Wenceslaus School Marathon on Saturday morning, September 29.  Lisa Ingebrand Photo

St. Wenceslaus Catholic School in New Prague held its annual marathon Saturday morning, September 29. Students, parents, school staff members, and other supportors of the local school walked and ran around the school and church property and then enjoyed a meal of hot dogs and chips that was served...

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