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City Council member Brad “Butch” Kubes (right) shows the architect renderings to Tony Jelinek at the open house on Saturday. (Wade Young photo)

The refrigerator at the Montgomery Police Station is located in the building’s garage, next to the squad cars, found-bicycles, and street sweepers stored by the Street Department. Open it and you’ll find lunches and beverages for the on-duty officers and administrative staff. You’ll also find...
During New Prague High School’s game at the State Hockey Tournament on Wednesday, March 9, two students were filmed on camera flashing an upside down “okay” hand gesture, which in recent years has been seen as a white power symbol. When New Prague Area Schools administration questioned them, the...

The top five fundraisers for Raven Stream Elementary School’s Kids Heart Challenge are from left to right, Nolan Jutz - 5th grade ($1,170), Oliver Hertzfeld - 3rd grade ($916), Sidney Anderson - 2nd grade ($560), William Kartak - 4th grade ($550), and Finley Toft - 1st grade ($525). (Photo courtesy of Jesse Bastyr)

The students at Raven Stream Elementary School had an amazing two weeks from Thursday, Feb, 10, to Thursday, Feb. 24, of raising money for the American Heart Association. Through the school’s participation in the Kids Heart Challenge program (formerly known as Jump Rope For Heart), the students...
The New Prague City Council dealt with technology at its Monday, March 7, meeting. The council unanimously approved TrueNorth Consulting Group to do an IT Risk Assessment, plus the council discussed the possibility of council members having city issued phones or laptops to deal with city business....

Hunter Pomije, son of Darin and Julie Pomije of New Prague, came up with two 300 games for a score of 838 on Thursday, Feb. 24, during a high school league match at Strike Force Bowl in New Prague. (Patrick Fisher photo)

New Prague High School senior Hunter Pomije bowled his best score so far as he hit an 838, including two 300 games in a row. He came up with the high score during a high school league match the last regular match for the season, on Thursday, Feb. 24, at Strike Force Bowl in New Prague. “My best...
The New Prague High School cheerleaders energize the crowd at the Tuesday, March 8, pep fest for the boys hockey team before heading out to the Class A State Hockey Tournament. The Trojans claimed the Section 1A Championship on Wednesday, March 2. This is New Prague’s first state appearance since...

WEM freshmen Keegan Kuball and Carson Petry will compete in the Class A State Wrestling Tournament March 4 and 5. (Submitted photo)

WEM freshmen Keegan Kuball and Carson Petry are the latest Grizzly wrestlers to advance to the Class A State Wrestling Tournament. Kuball won the Section 2A heavyweight division Saturday in Blue Earth. Petry was the Section 2A runner-up at 113 pounds. Both will compete Friday, March 4 starting at...
The New Prague Fire Department was called in for mutual aid at a building fire along Highway 13 north of New Prague the morning of Friday, March 4. According to a preliminary report Prior Lake called in New Prague around 4:30 a.m. to aid in a fire at a garage/shed on a property about 10 miles north...

Noah, age 3, left, and dad Jake Edel of Montgomery prepare to build a wood duck box. Many families came out to build a box together. (Patrick Fisher photo)

Sunday, Feb. 27, was busy for the Scott - Le Sueur Waterfowlers during their 22nd Annual Youth Wood Duck Box Building Day as families came out to build nesting boxes for wood ducks and one youngster built box number 5,000. Teagan Ihnen of New Prague had the honor of putting together the 5,000th box...
More than 80 area residents attended the New Prague School Board meeting on Monday night, Feb. 28. There were nine people who spoke during the public forum, some addressed the recent allegations of racial taunts at sports events and others spoke on changes that are needed in the schools and the...

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