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The Elko New Market City Council’s Thursday, Oct. 24, meeting included a presentation by Lakeville Area Schools Superintendent Michael Baumann. He talked to the council about Lakeville’s upcoming vote on its operating levy and bond referendum. Elko New Market is a community split between two school...

A crew contracted by the DNR is working to clear the bog along Schmidtke Dam.
Photo courtesy of the DNR

The removal of a bog near Schmidtke Dam (also known as Lower Sakatah Lake Dam) is underway. Pick up a copy of the October 31, 2019, Life or Enterprise to learn more.
Giesenbrau Bier Co. in New Prague was jam packed with people attending the Hops for Hope - Cure ALS fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 26. This was the second annual event, which featured multiple articles in the silent auction, plus bands inside the building and in a tent outside. There was also food,...
Boy Scout Joey Little, left, and Jesse Stapp, right, watch as Jesse’s son Bennett tries one of the games at the Elko New Market Halloween Party the morning of Saturday, Oct. 26. More than 200 children attended the annual event at Eagle View Elementary School for games, treats and fun. For more see...

Paul Lopez, 11, Estrella Zamora, 6, and Max Zamora, 8, smile for the camera while their families set up a Day of the Dead display at the Montgomery Arts and Heritage Center. Paul and Max are two of the young dancers who will be performing during a free event at the center on Oct. 26. (Lisa Ingebrand photo)

Colorful banners, flowers, traditional breads, and beautiful skeletons are all part of a new display at Montgomery’s Arts and Heritage Center that showcases the Hispanic culture. And, because it’s October, the Day of the Dead celebration is spotlighted. “This is a big celebration,” Juan Zamora of...

Three-year-old, car-loving Ethan Delaske, who is fighting metastatic neuroblastoma, received a bedroom makeover from My Happy Place. The non-profit organization, along with local donors and volunteers who made the makeover possible, revealed the room to Ethan and his family on October 20. (Oval) Surrounded by his “pit crew” Ethan Delaske is all smiles. 

Although he was feeling a little under the weather, a smile spread across little Ethan Delaske's face as he walked into his newly renovated bedroom, Sunday morning, October 20. Of course, the ride-in yellow Lamborghini parked in the corner caught the car-loving three-year-old's attention first....

Cindi Nelson of New Prague shows patience as her son Luke decides which pumpkin he wants to take home. (Chuck Kajer photo)

The Gopher State Railway Museum, north of New Prague, held its annual Pumpkin Express event Saturday, Oct. 19. Youngsters from around the area turned up to see and ride the train, enjoy a snack and get a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch set up near the depot/ office. After running out last year,...
A presentation on information concerning a possible rental dwelling license ordinance became a discussion during the New Prague City Council’s Monday, Oct. 21, meeting. The information city staff collected was 15 calls to the Planning and Building Department from April 1 through September 30 of...
For a second year a Hops for Hope - Cure ALS fundraiser will be held at Giesenbrau Bier Co. in New Prague. The benefit for the Minnesota/North Dakota/ South Dakota Chapter of the ALS Association will be held from 3-8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 26, at Giesenbrau Bier Co., 1306 First St. NE. There will...
He's still relatively new to Lonsdale, but he's already made a name for himself. He's the Haunted House Guy. He is Rory Anderson, and after just one look at his haunted front yard, you'll know he's passionate about Halloween. "I've always been crazy about Halloween," he stated. "I loved going out...

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