April - 2004

April 1

The Czech Country Business Expo enjoyed another large turnout Sunday as people jammed the New Prague Area Community Center for the annual event...On Monday, the New Prague Area School board voted against pursuing Joint Powers legislation to operate a school in Lonsdale in cooperation with the Montgomery-Lonsdale School District...Postmaster Dennis Factor will end his 33-year postal career on Friday...Missota All-Conference honors for winter sports went to 15 Trojan athletes: Matt Ambroz, Kristin Busch, Daedra Culshaw, Melanie Deutsch, Jessie Doig, Joe Flicek, Heidi Kick, Jenna Kilpatrick, Adam Minette, Mathew Pexa, Travis Rutt, Andy Shetka, Josh Simon, Katie Theisen and Justin Turek.

April 8

Brigadier General Richard Nash of New Prague, has returned home after a 13-month deployment in Bosnia...NPHS sophomore Josh Gebhart has qualified for the State Speech Tournament...The New Prague city council approved a conditional use permit for a proposed strip mall along Highways 13/19 next to New Prague Market Place...Joe Gunderson of New Prague placed first and third in bareback riding at two recent rodeos hosted by South Dakota State University.

April 15

Hundreds of youngsters turned out for New Prague’s annual Easter Egg Hunt at Memorial Park on Saturday...A benefit will be held Friday for NPHS senior Brian Kasper, who is recovering from injuries received in a July, 2003, auto accident...Founding sister at Queen of Peace Hospital, Sister Catherine McInnis, will be honored for her 60 years as a member of the Benedictine Order...Both the Trojan boys and girls track teams took first in a quadrangular meet at Mound-Westonka.

April 22

The Main Street building that housed Granny’s Restaurant and three apartments was torn down after being badly damaged by a fire last month...A thunderstorm that struck the New Prague area Sunday evening, brought needed moisture, but damaging winds...Dr. Michael Wilcox, Emergency Director at Queen of Peace Hospital, was recently named EMS Medical Director of the Year by the Minnesota Ambulance Association...The Trojan baseball team started its season at 2-1.

April 29

Voters in the New Prague Area School District will decide whether to approve a $46 million school bond referendum Tuesday...Retired New Prague Police Chief Dennis Rohloff will be honored at a retirement party on Thursday...New Prague Sanitary crews were busy collecting items on Friday during the first weekend of New Prague’s annual City-Wide Cleanup...The Trojan girls golf team placed third of eight teams at its Missota Conference opening meet.

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