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Waseca County Sheriff Brad Milbrath, left, presented Tim Kinniry with a Medal of Valor Award May 15.

Waseca County Jail Administrator Tim Kinniry received an honor Tuesday, May 15 from Waseca County Sheriff Brad Milbrath. Kinniry was one of eight county employees who were cited for efforts above and beyond the call of duty. Kinniry was awarded the Medal of Valor for his work during a January 17,...

Rice County Veterans Service Officer Tracy McBroom will be this year’s Memorial Day speaker.

Memorial Day, which will be observed on Monday, May 28, commemorates all men and women who have died in military service for the United States.    Around the country, many people visit cemeteries and memorials on Memorial Day, and it is traditionally seen as the start of the summer season.  ...

Four young women will participate in the 2018 Miss Morristown Pageant on May 30. Contestants are pictured (left to right): Heather Thompson, Iszabela Kalis, Alexis Morsching, and Ellenor Whitney. Photo courtesy of Sarah James

The 33rd Annual Morristown Dam Days Celebration will begin with the coronation of Miss Morristown 2018 on Wednesday, May 30, at 7 p.m. in the Morristown Community Center, 402 Division Street South. Four young ladies, Heather Thompson, Ellenor Whitney, Alexis Morsching, and Iszabela Kalis, will vie...

Larry Ahlman will oversee the 2018 Morristown Dam Days Celebration as the grand marshal.   Submitted Photo

Larry Ahlman, a life-long resident of Morristown, has been named the 2018 Dam Days Grand Marshal.    Pick up a copy of the March 31, 2018, LIFE or Enterprise to read more. 
Descendants of Felix Kolars and Barbara Simmer, who were married at St. Wenceslaus Church in New Prague in 1890, visited the city on Friday, May 28, to look for their roots. Their grandparents moved to  St. Paul and the six siblings were raised in the St. Louis, MO, area, and are now scattered...
Falcon Ridge Elementary School fourth grader Brody Hutton, center, almost made it to the next round of the fourth grade class’ egg drop contest. The annual spring event at the New Prague school has students use science to make devices that will allow eggs to survive drops from continuing further...

Elementary students from across the Tri-City United School District oogled and awed over the baby animals at the TCU FFA Baby Animal Day on Wednesday, May 16. (Wade Young Photo)

It was hard to determine who enjoyed Baby Animal Day more - the students or the baby animals.   Puppies, kittens, kids, chicks and other baby animals received plenty of holding and attention at the annual Baby Animal Day on a beautiful spring day, May 16. It was held in the district’s former Ag...
A Warsaw man was transported to North Memorial Hospital following an accident at approximately 11:45 a.m. Thursday, May 17. Anthony Arthur Ernste, 69, was driving his 2006 Harley Davidon Roadster eastbound on Highway 60 approximately 1 mile west of Waterville . According to the Minnesota State...

Charles “Chuck” Roessler of Elysian walks St. Jarlath’s Cemetery. A Memorial Day Mass will be held Monday, May 28 at 10 a.m. at the church this year, which coincides with the church’s 150th anniversary. Lisa Ingebrand Photo

The rural church closed in 1968, but Memorial Day Masses continue to be held at St. Jarlath's Catholic Church once every three years. And, this is St. Jarlath’s year to open its doors and host. It also happens to be church’s 150th anniversary. Father Gregory Leif of Church of the Sacred Heart in...

The Minnesota DNR has recorded at least four bear sightings in Le Sueur, Scott and Dakota Counties since May 1, 2018. Screenshot of MN DNR Bear Tracking Website

A lone bear was spotted walking in a field north of Kilkenny, near the intersection of Highway 99 and County Road 3, on May 1, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. DNR Wildlife Resource Biologist Andrew Tri, who is one of two bear research specialists in the state, spoke to...

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