May - 2004

May 6

There were 55.8 percent of New Prague Area School District voters against and 44.2 percent for a proposed $46.6 million bond referendum that would have built three new elementary schools in the school district...NPHS freshman Carl Turner will travel to Portland, OR, next week to participate in the Intel International Science Fair...The New Prague City Council was informed that the city’s current wastewater capacity is good, but could fall short in a few years if the city’s growth stays at its current rate...The NPHS softball team dropped three Missota Conference matches last week.

May 13

Ideal weather, a record field and a record time all combined to make the 19th annual New Prague Half Marathon a success Saturday...The New Prague Area School Board discussed growth and crowding issues in the district’s school buildings at its meeting Monday...The New Prague Ministerial Association sponsored a prayer service in downtown New Prague on May 6 in observance of the National Day of Prayer...The Trojan girls track team won the Section 1, Class AA True Team Track championship Tuesday.

May 20

New Prague High School’s Hall of Fame will have three new inductees: Virginia Lucier Hoyt (Distinguished Service); John Chromy (Distinguished Alumni); and Dr. John Berg (Athletic)...Groundbreaking ceremonies will be held on Sunday for the new Holy Cross School and Catholic Education Center in Webster Township...The Coast Guard named an award to commemorate the service and inventive spirit of New Prague native, the late Coast Guard Cmdr. Joel Magnussen...Eric Bisek’s three-run home run was all the offense needed as New Prague defeated Prior Lake, 3-0 in a Missota Conference baseball game Tuesday.

May 27

Rich Wilson, a 19-year veteran of the Army Reserves and to be appointed a Command Sgt. Major, will be the main speaker at New Prague’s Memorial Day program...Recent rains have slowed New Prague’s 2004 summer street projects...The New Prague Park Board is seeking input from residents interested in the Master Plan of Memorial Park...The Trojan girls golf team’s second place finish gave them their best-ever finish in the Missota Conference.

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