New Prague Times

 The 2018 General Election is less than five months away, and the primary election is less than two months away. Between now and November 7, Minnesotans are sure to be inundated with TV and radio commercials, newspaper ads and direct mail pieces, all extolling the virtues of one candidate or one...
As of today (Thursday) it is officially summer! Today is the summer solstice, the longest day of the year and some people are happy that it’s finally a time of sun and warmth. After the cold, snowy end to winter, which continued into spring, I realize several people are enjoying the warm weather...
Fish Rock Country Store along Elko New Market’s Main Street had 63 cartons of cigarettes stolen the morning of Monday, June 11. Elko New Market Police Chief Steve Mortenson said his department was called at 9:36 a.m. on June 11 about the theft. He explained that checking video from the store that...
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...
Mitch Schoenbauer delivers a pitch during New Prague’s loss to East Ridge on Wednesday, June 13. (Chuck Kajer Photo)
The New Prague Post 45 American Legion baseball team started the season at .500, splitting a doubleheader with Faribault, losing to East Ridge and defeating Mankato National last week. Coach Bryan Lindner said the team has been competitive. “All four of our games have been one-run games,” he noted...
Home Town Bats is hosting the Home Run Derby benefitting vibrant 6-year-old Sylvia Ruhland. The derby will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 23, at Union Hill Ballpark, west of New Prague along Highway 19. This family friendly fundraiser offers food, drinks and games for the youngsters. The derby...
Christian Adenti, left, performs West African drumming with fifth grade students at Eagle View Elementary School on Friday, May 4, in Elko New Market. Adenti was the artist in residence at the New Prague Area School. (Patrick Fisher Photo)
Eagle View Elementary School students learned about culture from Ghana, Africa, including drumming and dancing, through their artist in residence Christian Adenti. The students and staff gathered in the gym on Friday, May 4, for a 1:30 p.m. performance of African drumming and dance. Fifth graders...
Pastor Ben Hilding of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, and Jon Bergquist, facility manager at Holy Trinity, show off the “Little Free Pantry” on the south side of the church building. The pantry offers emergency food assistance for anyone who needs it. (Submitted Photo)
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in New Prague offers emergency food assistance with the addition of a “Little Free Pantry.” This mission/outreach is based on a program at Trinity Lutheran in Owatonna. The idea is based on the concept of the “Little Free Library” boxes that have popped up around...
Arthur August Schumann, age 80 of Prior Lake, passed away on Wednesday, June 20, 2018. A funeral service will be Friday, June 22, 2018 at 11AM with a visitation from 9:30-11AM all at Immanuel Lutheran on Fish Lake, 20200 Fairlawn Ave., Prior Lake. Arthur will be laid to rest at Immanuel Lutheran...
Congratulations New Prague High School Trap Team! They have regained their crown as the 2018 Class 8A State Champions (having won this title 2014, 15 & 16). As a Team they shot 16 perfect 25's and 2 athletes shot 50 straight in the Alexandria tournament last weekend! Here are some of the...

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