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A tank from Chart Industries made its way through the second roundabout on New Prague’s Main Street the evening of Thursday, July 18. The tank was heading from Chart Industries on the west side of town and going east. It was the second one to go through the city this week as the first one went...

Board members for Le Sueur County Historical Society, (from left) Dean Pettis, Mike Frederick, Bryce Stenzel, Ruth Collins, George Luskey and Bill Stangler, chat briefly after their regular monthly meeting at the historic Ottawa Town Hall on Wednesday, July 10. (Wade Young photo)

When the new board of the Le Sueur County Historical Society took control on June 3, it inherited remarkable problems, among them old buildings with no heating/ cooling/ventilation and some with mold growing in the basement. During its monthly meeting on Wednesday, July 10, this time at the...

The New Prague City Council recognized Suzanne Roushar, who served as a police records/clerk and typist in the New Prague Police Department at the council’s Monday, July 15, meeting. She is retiring on Wednesday, July 31, and has worked as a city employee for more than 25 years. From left are police records technician Judy Cervenka, Sgt. Tim Applen, Chief Jim Gareis, Roushar and Officers Zachary Ambroz and Neil Flum. (Patrick Fisher photo)

The New Prague City Council recognized Suzanne Roushar at its Monday, July 15, meeting. She will be retiring from her position as a police records/clerk and typist on Wednesday, July 31. Roushar has served as a city employee for more than 25 years, the majority of that with the New Prague Police...
With more than 20 Democrats vieing for the party’s presidential nomination, the 2020 presidential race is already getting plenty of press. While there are a few front-runners, there is no clear-cut favorite and it’s anyone’s guess who will, a year from now, be the party’s nominee. Regardless, we’d...
A son, Aiden John Schoenecker, was born to Collin and Annie (Edel) Schoenecker of New Prague on Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at St. Francis Regional Medical Center, Shakopee. Aiden weighed 8 pounds, 6 ounces and was 22 inches long. Aiden was welcomed home by big sister Ava, age 2. Grandparents are Bruce...

Union Hill’s Dustin Steinhoff delivers a pitch during the Bulldogs’ win over Montgomery Sunday, July 14. (Chuck Kajer Photo)

With one weekend of play remaining, New Market clinched first place in the Dakota-Rice-Scott standings and St. Patrick has clinched a first-round bye for the playoffs in games played through Sunday, July 14. Four teams - New Prague, Prior Lake, Faribault and Montgomery, all have 12 wins and are in...

D.J. Gilder served as the public address announcer for Sunday’s Autism Awareness
game. (Chuck Kajer photo)

The Union Hill Bulldogs hosted their third annual Austism Awareness game Sunday, July 14. The opponent was the Montgomery Mallards. Katie Dietz has organized the event each year for the Bulldogs. She is a graduate student in child psychology and works with autistic children at the Fraser School in...
A tank from Chart Industries in New Prague made its way down Main Street at 10:19 p.m. the night of Tuesday, July 16. The tank was so tall that crews were out between 9-10 p.m. to move a stop light arm out of the way on the south east side of the intersection of Main Street and First Avenue SE....
Severe weather struck the area Monday evening, July 15. Heavy rain started in several waves around 6 p.m., and a tornado warning was issued for southern Scott County shortly after 7 p.m., when radar indicated a funnel cloud south of Belle Plaine. A farm near Belle Plaine lost several of its...

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