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Le Sueur County Sheriff officers and others examine the construction waste that was illegally dumped along the side of Waterville Township Road 470th Lane either late Tuesday, June 5 or early morning, Wednesday, June 6. Photo courtesy of Rhonda Gehrke

Taxpayers will be picking up the bill for the clean up of approximately 20 tons of construction waste that was dumped in a Waterville Township ditch on Tuesday, June 5 or Wednesday, June 6. According to Waterville Township Chairman Alan Gehrke, the mess was discovered along 470th Street on...
Scghool Finance Director Sandy Linn presented a draft of the 2018-19 budget to the New Prague Area School Board during its meeting Tuesday, May 29. She said that projections for the current year indicate the unassigned fund balance will be at $7.8 million, up from a projected $7 million in the...
The lawsuit against the Le Sueur County Historical Society took a small step Monday when a judge approved binding arbitration to determine an official membership list.   Mark Vandelist, District Court Judge of Minnesota's First Judicial District, gave both sides of the lawsuit 90 days to enlist in...

The 2018 Miss Waterville contestants are (left to right) Morgan Nusbaum, Hannah Petry, Kayleen Stangler, and Alyssa Schwartz. Lisa Ingebrand Photo

Four young ladies will vie for the title of Miss Waterville 2018 during the 62nd Miss Waterville Pageant, which will be held at 7 p.m. Friday, June 8, at the Waterville-Elysian-Morristown High School auditorium. The contestants include: Morgan Nusbaum, Hannah Petry, Alyssa Schwartz, and Kayleen...

Linda Pommeranz has been named the 2018 Waterville Bullhead Days’ grand marshal. She is pictured with her husband, Paul. Submitted Photo

She has organized the Miss Waterville pageant for almost four decades, and this year, Linda (Meskan) Pommeranz has been named the 2018 Bullhead Days grand marshal in recognition of her dedication to the community. "It's truly an honor," Pommeranz stated. "I love this community and I've enjoyed...

Ten members of the WEM track and field teams will compete in the 2018 Class A State Track and Field Meet this weekend at Hamline. Front row, left to right: Isaac Pratt, Taylor Glende, Chris Byrne, Tanner Ranslow, Jaden Taylor, and Tyler Hermel. Back row, left to right: MaeLea Harmon, Alexis Morsching, Shelby Hermel, and Toryn Richards.

Ten Buccaneer athletes will compete in the 2018 Class A State Track and Field Meet Friday and Saturday, June 8 and 9 at Hamline University. All 10 qualified Saturday, June 2 at the Section 2A Meet at Mankato West. The State entrants include seniors Chris Byrne and Taylor Glende, juniors MaeLea...
Chad Johnson, physical education teacher and head wrestling and head girls' and boys' track Coach for Sibley East Public Schools, has been named the new high school activities director for Tri-City United High School.   The announcement came via an email from Superintendent Teri Preisler to school...
Ashley Kes, a new TCU alumna, was one of 122 seniors to receive a diploma at the TCU Commencement Exercises on Friday, June 1. After speeches, songs and stories, the Tri-City United students crossed the stage as high school students and became alumni after receiving their diplomas. Student speakers...
After failing to resolve issues and determine who is a member, the lawsuit against Le Sueur County Historical Society (LCHS) heads to court on June 4.   Kevin Wetherille, one of the attorneys for the 16 plaintiffs who claim to be members and asked a judge on February 21 to require LCHS to grant...
Four New Prague High School students were at the open forum of the New Prague Area School Board meeting to express support for Blake Nicols, a first-year phy ed teacher and head boys basketball coach in the district whose contract was not being renewed. Three of the four were basketball players....

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