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Less than a year after they eliminated the one-time modification program that reduced  a resident’s high water bill due to a system malfunction, the Montgomery City Council was discussing the issue again on Monday.   The issue was back on the council table after a Montgomery resident questioned...
Grace Grant, center, is crowned Miss Lonsdale 2019 by outgoing Miss Lonsdale Ali Geist as Samantha Ellsworth watches. The coronation ceremony for the new Lonsdale Ambassadors, including Junior Ambassadors and Little Ambassadors, was held the evening of Saturday, Aug. 4, at the TCU Lonsdale...
Residents had the chance to "Czech out" the plans for the Main Street 2020 reconstruction project at the Third Annual Czech Out New Prague Thursday, Aug. 2, at Memorial Park.Left to right are Nikki Farrington of SEH Engineering, residents John Novak, Helen Pexa and Joanne Zaun, and Chris Cavett of...
Thomas Geiger had a firm grip on the tactics of tackling on Wednesday, Aug. 1, at the 23rd Annual Youth Football Camp in New Prague. He was 100 to 115 youths from second to sixth grade participating in the camp, which ran from Monday, July 27 and ended on Thursday, Aug. 2. The camp was taught by...
The American Legion Riders will be on their Legacy Run and stop in Montgomery on Saturday, Aug. 4.   The riders are collecting donations across Minnesota for the Legacy Scholarships Fund. The fund provides scholarships for the children of fallen heroes and severely disabled veterans.    The riders...

Representatives from Minnesota School Safety Center take Tri-City United officials, local law enforcement, first responders and county emergency personnel on a tour of the TCU Montgomery campus to look at strengths and weaknesses of the building. (Wade Young Photo)

Providing safer schools was the main goal of the official Tri-City United facility safety self-assessment held on Friday, July 27.   The self evaluation involved administration from TCU, law enforcement from Montgomery, Lonsdale, Le Center, and Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Department, Le Sueur County...

Amber Schramm placed 2nd in the Female Junior Varsity Division at the State Trapshoot in mid-June at Alexandria.

WEM 2018 graduate Amber Schramm placed second in the Junior Varsity Division of the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League State Trapshooting Championships in mid-June. Schramm hit 87-of-100 targets in the competition. For more on the State Trapshoot Competition check out the Aug. 2 edition...

Above is a concept plan of possible facility improvements discussed by the WEM Board of Education.

Approximately two weeks ago, the WEM Board of Education held a special meeting to discuss facility planning based on the school district's survey results. At that time, there were five options presented by Gary Benson of Kraus Anderson. The board, staying within the wishes of the district residents...
More than 50 people attended a meeting about the new senior apartments, Praha Village, the evening of Monday, July 30, at First Bank and Trust in New Prague. The meeting introduced developer, builder, architect, designers and senior care team. Plus, there was a question and answer session about the complex. (Patrick Fisher Photo)
More than 50 people attended an informational meeting about Praha Village, the new four-story, 91-unit senior apartments the evening of Monday, July 30. The meeting also allowed people to meet representatives of The Makado Group, the developer of Praha Village, which is currently going up near the...
Micaela Brevig, left, of the Raptor Center, informs children and adults about the red tail hawk she has during Holy Cross School’s Family Fun Night on Tuesday, July 31. There were food trucks, an Elko New Market fire truck and lots of activities. This was the second year the school had the event...

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