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The intersection of 12th Street and Columbus Avenue NE, near New Prague High School, will remain closed through at least August 2 as workers construct a roundabout at the intersection. Above, removal of the street surface and curb and gutter took place on Thursday, July 25. Once work is done on...
Francis E. “Frank” Schoenbauer, age 89, of Jordan, died peacefully in the arms of his wife on July 26, 2019 at Abbott-Northwestern Hospital. Frank was born on March 25, 1930 in Helena Township, Scott County, MN to Frank J. and Mary (Malecha) Schoenbauer. He was raised in the New Prague area,...

Will Forberg allowed just one run and three hits in eight-plus innings as Veseli defeated Lonsdale 5-1.

Prior Lake and Montgomery won spots in the Region 3C playoffs with two-game sweeps in their best-of-three DRS playoff series, while two other series are headed to a game 3 Friday, July 26. The Prior Lake Mudcats defeated Webster 9-3 Thursday in Elko to win their series 2-0. Cole Bjorge and Lucas...
Angel Cortes hit a two-run single in the sixth inning to give New Prague Post 45 a 6-5 win over Rosemount in the Sub-State American Legion baseball tournament Thursday, July 25. Rosemount had jumped to a 5-1 lead, but New Prague chipped away at the lead before getting the winning run in the sixth....
Betty A. Klinghagen, age 74, of New Prague, died suddenly at her home on Thursday, July 25, 2019.  Betty was born on December 15, 1944, in Willmar, MN to George and Anna (Hanson) Vikse.  She was raised in Willmar and graduated from Willmar High School.  She married the love of her life, Earl J....

Joe and Charlotte Kodada have been named the 2019 Lonsdale Community Days Grand Marshals. (Photo courtesy of the Lonsdale Area News-Review)

For years, Joe and Charlotte Kodada have worked behind the scenes of Lonsdale Community Days, however this year will be different because the life-long Lonsdale residents are this year’s parade grand marshals. Earlier this month, the Kodadas received news from Lonsdale Chamber of Commerce...
A four-vehicle crash at the intersection of Highway 21 and County Road 2 north of New Prague shortly before 4 p.m. closed traffic at the intersection. Among responding agencies were the Minnesota State Patrol, Scott County Sheriff's Office, New Prague and Jordan Police, New Prague Fire Department,...
Brothers Noah, left and Caleb Stocker of the New Prague Boosters 4-H Club sat with their rabbits at the Rabbit and Poultry building at the Scott County Fairgrounds Wednesday, July 24. Caleb was helping Noah, who had several rabbits entered in the 4-H Rabbit competition. The Scott County Fair, held...
New Prague Post 45 American Legion baseball team overcame a 2-0 deficit to tie Burnsville 2-2 in the sixth inning, but Burnsville scored a walk-off win with an RBI single in the bottom of the seventh to claim a 3-2 win in the opening round of the Sub-State Tournament Wednesday July 24, in...

Pictured is Dennis Dvorak, left, of the New Prague Area Historical Society, and Reidun Peulen of the Prairie Quilters of the New Prague area stand by an antique spinning wheel on Friday, July 19, that was recently acquired by the historical society through help from the Prairie Quilters. (Patrick Fisher photo)

The New Prague Area Historical Society has a new article in the Centennial Cabin as they now have an antique Bohemian spinning wheel that they acquired with help from the Prairie Quilters of the New Prague Area. Dennis Dvorak of the historical society explained the handmade spinning wheel had...

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