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The Minnesota Department of Transportation opened Highway 19 from Highway 169 to Henderson at 10:00 a.m. today (Thursday, May 3). Highway 19 has been closed since April 26 due to flooding of the Minnesota River.   Motorists are advised to drive with caution as crews continue to work off the...
Governor Mark Dayton has named of Christopher A. Neisen as a District Court Judge in Minnesota’s Third Judicial District. Neisen will be replacing the Honorable Terrence M. Walters, and will be chambered at Wabasha in Wabasha County. Neisen, who lives in rural New Prague, is a partner in the...

WEM High School students rocked the stage during the third annual WEM STOCK performance last weekend, April 27 thru April 29. Photo courtesy of WEM Schools 

Waterville-Elysian-Morristown High School’s Fine Arts Department presented another crowd-wowing performance last weekend, April 27 thru 29, with the third annual WEM STOCK. The theme for this year’s student-led production was “Shock Me All Night Long” and kept audience members entertained by...

The dilapidated O'Leary's Station in Waterville was demolished Monday, April 30.  Photo courtsey of Brent Phillipson 

O'Leary's Service Station, which stood at the corner at First Street North and Sakatah Boulevard in Waterville for more than 90 years, was demolished Monday, April 30. The station has not been operated since late December 2018 / early January 2018 when John "Johnny" O'Leary retired, and the iconic...
The Montgomery Area Community Club announces this year’s candidates for the Kolacky Days Queen Pageant. The girls and their parents/guardians attended an informational meeting on Sunday, April 29, at St. John Lutheran Church where they signed their intent to be a candidate, heard rules and...
Tri-City United High School students put on the glitz and glamor for this year's Prom. The theme was "A Black Tie Affair", and as the Titans walked the Grand March, the cameras flashed. After dining, the prom goers will ditch their gowns and tuxes for the Post Prom, which is also held at the high...
  A basketball hoop was just one of the many items Chad Valek, left, and Mark Wagner of Lakers New Prague Sanitary, Inc., gathered on Friday, April 27, during the first day of the annual City-Wide Cleanup. Residents living south of Main Street in Le Sueur County put out an assortment of...
One area crossing of the Minnesota River has been closed and two others are expected to close in the near future.    The Minnesota Department of Transportation closed Highway 19 from Highway 169 to Henderson due to flooding of the Minnesota River. The announcement was made at 4:25 a.m....
Dick Swanson, center, of New Prague asks questions during the open house held by the New Prague Utilities Commission and Minnesota Valley Electric Cooperative (MVEC) on Tuesday, April 24. Held at the Park Ballroom, more than 50 people attended the open house where people could ask questions about the proposed acquisition of MVEC by the Utilities Commission. (Patrick Fisher Photo)
The Tuesday April 24, open house held at the Park Ballroom by Minnesota Valley Electric Cooperative (MVEC) and the New Prague Utilities Commission (NPUC) drew more than 50 people. MVEC General Manager Ryan Hentges and New Prague’s Utilities General Manager Bruce Reimers provided background in which...
Deb Bodensteiner operates The Well, a Christian Teen Drop-in Center that is open from 2:30-6:30 p.m. weekdays for youngsters in grades 6 and up. (Chuck Kajer Photo)
The Well, a Christian Teen Drop-in Center, will hold a grand opening Sunday, April 29, from 12:30-4 p.m. The Well is located at 1409 Main St. E, next to Gerold Bros. Construction. It was organized by Deb and Jim Bodensteiner as a place for young people grades 6 to 12 to gather. It is open five days...

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