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One man was arrested and two avoided arrest when they fled authorities in a high-speed chase through Montgomery on August 18. At approximately 7:50 p.m. the Montgomery Police Department attempted to make a traffic stop on a stolen motor vehicle in the area of Fir Avenue NW. The vehicle did not...
A man with a big heart, who brought joy, laughter and love to so many, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Aug. 17. Wolodymyr “Walter” Procenko, 81, of Champlin, formerly of Montgomery, spent his final days with family by his side at Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park. Funeral services will be...

St. Patrick's Jack Friedges was called out on an attempt to steal third base during the team's 4-0 loss to Cold Spring Friday, Aug. 16.

The St. Patrick Irish dropped its first round game at the Minnesota Amateur Baseball Class C Tournament, losing 4-0 to the Cold Spring Rockies Friday, Aug. 16, at Delano. St. Patrick managed just two hits, by Matt Ambroz and Seth Ambroz, and couldn’t put anything together against Cold Spring’s Ryan...
George Marvin Korbel Jr., age 80, of Kilkenny, died on Thursday, August 15, 2019 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester. Visitation will be held on Sunday, August 18 from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. with Holy Redeemer Knights of Columbus service at 6:30 at Schoenbauer Funeral Home in Montgomery. Mass of...
Tom Goetzinger, longtime station manager at KCHK Radio, has been named grand marshall for the 2019 Dozinky Parade of Farm Pride. The New Prague Chamber of Commerce made the announcement Friday, Aug. 16, after the Chamber board of directors made the selection. Goetzinger has been active in promoting...

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Le Sueur County Historical Society has shed its vacant Waterville property and is focusing on the future. The announcement of the sale was made during the society’s August 7 regular meeting in Montgomery. “I have no idea what they (previous LCHS board members) were going to do with it, and it’s no...

Judge Patrick Goggins, right, shakes hands with Gov. Tim Walz during Goggins’ investiture ceremony Thursday, Aug. 8. (Chuck Kajer photo)

The New Prague Times Patrick Goggins of New Prague was sworn in as a Judge of the First Judicial District during an investiture ceremony Thursday, Aug. 8, at Next Chapter Winery in rural New Prague. Judge Christopher Neisen, a former law partner of Goggins and a Judge in the Third Judicial District...

New Market’s Tyler Bergstrom (9) heads off the field after being tagged out by St. Patrick catcher Matt Ambroz on a failed squeeze play. Bergstrom had broken for home and after a missed bunt, Ambroz charged up the line to tag him out. (Chuck Kajer photo)

New Market earned the Region 3C Championship and a first-round bye at the State Class C Baseball tournament with a 3-1 win over Prior Lake Friday, Aug. 9. The tournament begins Friday, Aug. 16, at Delano, Maple Lake and Dassel. The Muskies earned the bye for the second straight season. They will...
Every motorist driving in and out of Lonsdale’s east side gets a wave. The unofficial greeter is John Carson. He loves waving to everybody and hopes it makes their day. It makes him "happy," he said. John, who turned 19 in April and graduated in May from Tri-City United High School, has been...
Katherine Ann Sevcik, age 67, of Shorewood, MN, died peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Thursday, August 8, 2019 at NC Little Hospice Home in Edina, MN. Memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Wednesday, August 14, 2019, 11:00 AM at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, 4537 Third...

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