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Dr. Mark Brahs opened his dental office on First Street, Montgomery, on October 1, 1976. He had one customer that day, a lady with a broken tooth.

Local dentist Dr. Mark Brahs, who has provided dental care in Montgomery for 43 years, has hung up his tooth explorer tool and mouth mirror and is settling into retirement. “I was fortunate to have a good career,” stated Brahs, who officially retired on May 30. “I’ve had the privilege of seeing...
Thursday, July 4, is celebrated as the birthday of the United States, and many area communities will be celebrating Independence Day with fireworks and other festivities. In the immediate area, New Prague, Lonsdale and Veseli will hold their traditional fireworks displays, as will other communities...
The New Market Muskies didn’t play any league games last week, but they clinched a bye into the double-elimination portion of the Region 3C playoffs. The Muskies have a 16-0 record and a 5-1/2 game lead over second-place St. Patrick with the season entering its final four weeks. The top four teams...
Patrick Goggins of New Prague has been appointed a District Court Judge in Minnesota’s First Judicial District by Governor Tim Walz. Goggins will be replacing the Honorable Martha Simonett and will be chambered at Le Center in Le Sueur County. “I am honored to appoint Patrick Goggins as a...

Patti and Jim Mladek were announced as this year’s Kolacky Days Grand Marshals at the Montgomery Area Community Club Meet and Greet on Monday. They are pictured with royalty (from left) First Princess Lizzie Trnka, Queen Rianna Doyle, Second Princess Maggie Trnka and Miss Congeniality Kailey Mach. (Wade Young Photo)

Jim and Patti Mladek are going to see a lot more of Kolacky Days this year. They were bestowed the honor of being named Grand Marshals at the Montgomery Area Community Club’s Meet and Greet Monday. The couple is no stranger to volunteering. Before they were introduced to a crowd that packed the...
The Tri-City United Clay Target team placed sixth at the Minnesota State High School League Championships Friday, June 21, at the Minneapolis Gun Club in Prior Lake. The Titan shooters hit 479 of 500 targets, just five fewer than champion New Prague. There were 40 teams competing at the tournament...

Joe Allen of ScienceTellers educates a packed library of youth how to use their senses when observing science on Thursday, June 20. (Wade Young Photo)

Science experiments brought an intergalactic story to life for kids at the Montgomery Library last week. Through interactive storytelling and easy-to-understand science experiments, ScienceTellers, a national program, made learning fun for all ages on Thursday. It was part of the library’s Summer...
New Market continues their dominance, sitting undefeated at 16-0 in DRS League play, holding a commanding 6 game lead on St. Patrick, the 2nd place team. St. Patrick holds a 0.5 game lead on the surging Montgomery Mallards, who are winners of 4-straight, and have settled into 3rd place in the...

Anne Jans talks about kroje, the Czech ethnic dress, to 22 people during the Tuesday, June 11, meeting of the Czech Heritage Club in New Prague. Jans describes herself as more of an enthusiast than an expert on kroje as there is so much to learn. (Patrick Fisher Photo)

“I am not an expert, I describe myself as an enthusiast,” said Anne Jans during her presentation about kroje (Czech traditional ethnic dress) at the Tuesday, June 11, meeting of the Czech Heritage Club. Held in the second floor meeting room at New Prague City Hall, Jans had her collection of kroje...

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