School board members Dale Buss and Ashley Rosival check out part of the new high school construction at the end of the board workshop on Monday. They are outside of Room G, which will be used for business education and work-based learning. (Wade Young photo)

With a few days before the start of a new school year, the Tri-City United School Board took care of business at a special meeting, followed by a work session and tour of the new high school additions. The special meeting consisted of hiring 14 people in positions across the district, including...

The Celtic band Ring of Kerry drew a large crowd to Montgomery’s Memorial Park on August 22. The free concert was the last in a series of four this summer. (Dennis Lambrecht photo)

Close to 200 people listened to Ring of Kerry play traditional Celtic music in Montgomery’s Memorial Park, Thursday evening, August 22. It was the last in a series of four Music in the Park events for the year. “I believe our season was amazing,” stated Carol Freid of Montgomery who helps organize...
WEM 4th grader Dylan Edelman, son of Jeremy Edelman and Teri Holicky of Waterville, was greeted by the WEM Elementary School staff during the first day of school Tuesday, Aug. 27. (Jay Schneider photo)

The Filling Station featured cars and trucks of yesteryear. Pioneer Power Show President Bill Thelemann said that the nearly 130 acre show grounds and buildings have been made possible by attendees and donations given to the organization that boasts over 400 members. (Andrea Nelson photo)

Prime weather, great field activities, and a strong feature were just a few of the highlights that helped to make the 46th annual Pioneer Power Show a success, according to Bill Thelemann. Thelemann, the president of the Le Sueur Pioneer Power Show, said that this year’s attendance on Saturday was...
The Mayo Clinic Health System in New Prague, 301 Second St. NE, will be holding a Cancer Support Group, from 5-6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 3. Call 952-257-8220 for more information or check out the Mayo Clinic Health System's website.

Le Sueur County’s Brittney Tiede was a finalist in the Princess Kay of the Milky Way pageant and had her likeness carved in butter. Photo courtesy of Tiede

Princess Kay of the Milky Way finalist Brittney Tiede, 18, of Le Center will be bringing home an almost 90-pound butter head from the Minnesota State Fair. The Tri-City United High School graduate shined in the dairy ambassador pageant at the State Fair Band Shell on August 21. The young ladies...
Eighth grade students in Jamie Schoenbauer’s classroom at St. Wenceslaus School visit before the start of class on the first day of school on Monday, Aug. 26. St. Wenceslaus School started the week with classes for the sixth, seventh and eighth grade students. Kindergarten through fifth grade...
The City of New Prague announced today (Friday) that the intersection of Columbus Avenue and Seventh Street NE (formerly CSAH 37) will reopen sometime today. This means that both this roundabout and the one at Columbus Avenue and 12th Street NE/County Road 15 will be open for the start of school...
Since June 26 Elizabeth Sammons of Lonsdale has been waiting at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester for a heart so she can have a transplant operation. For Elizabeth this is her second heart transplant, plus she needs a kidney. Elizabeth has support from her family, husband Dustin, and their parents Bob...

Brittney Tiede of Le Center (left) smiles of a photo with 2019 Princess Kay of the Milky Way Amy Kyllo. Tiede made it to the top three in the pageant.

Brittney Tiede, 18, of Le Center finished in the top three at the 66th Princess Kay of the Milky Way pageant on the State Fairgrounds, Wednesday, August 21. The Tri-City United graduate represented Le Sueur County in the contest, which included 10 young women, who were previously selected as...

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