Montgomery Messenger

The New Market Muskies continued to roll through the competition, winning four games in decisive fashion in Dakota-Rice-Scott League play. The Muskies are now 15- 1 in the league and have a 3- 1/2 game lead over second place St. Patrick, which won twice. Faribault also had a pair of wins last week...
Heavy rains last week have led to the closing of several crossings of the Minnesota River in the area this week, with one more crossing scheduled to close Tuesday morning.  On Sunday, June 24, Highway 93 and Highway 19 between Henderson and Highway 169 closed as high waters covered the roadway. The...
John “Jake” and Kay Keohen were named the Grand Marshals of the 84th annual Kolacky Days celebration. They were announced at the annual Meet and Greet sponsored by the Montgomery Area Community Club on Monday. They are pictured with current royalty (from left) Queen Anna Franek, First Princess...
Joseph Leo Skluzacek, age 90, of Lonsdale, MN passed away peacefully on June 24, 2018 at the Mala Strana Care Health Center in New Prague. Joe served his country in the US Army and was a life long farmer in the Lonsdale area. Joe was born on May 24, 1928 in Wheatland Township to Joseph J. and Anna...
Joseph Schiprett, Jr, 50, of Lonsdale, passed away on June 21, 2018.  He grew up in Lonsdale, attended Montgomery-Lonsdale High School and continued his education at Dakota County Technical College for Diesel Mechanics.  He was employed by Scott County as a Mechanic and later joined the Highway...
Butch Krocak, left, gives a push to Paul Friesz’s 1940 Allis Chalmers during the Henderson Tractor Ride on Saturday, June 23, at Union Hill to help restart it. There were 35 tractors involved in this year’s annual tractor ride from the Le Sueur County Pioneer Power Showgrounds to Henderson. For...
New Market continues to roll in DRS League play, as they sit alone at the top of the League standings. They are winners of 8-straight League games, and beat second place St. Patrick this past week to take a 2 game lead in the standings. A bit of parity within the League exists, as at week’s end, no...
If you have a pet peacock, chicken, goat, or any other non-domestic, you are most likely breaking the law after the City Council revised part of its code on keeping animals in Montgomery.   The council passed the amended ordinance on Monday, after discussing the changes at its work session earlier...

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