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Trojan Avery Gullickson, center, takes her turn during New Prague High School’s invitational at Creeks Bend during a rainy Friday, April 23. The weather started misty with temperatures at 46 degrees Fahrenheit and then the clouds opened with a light downpour that tapered off. For results of the...
A 26-year-old woman from Kilkenny was flown to Mayo Clinic in Rochester after her vehicle rolled over in Shieldsville, Friday morning, April 23. According to Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn, Phoenix Plaskett, 26, of Kilkenny was taken to St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester by Mayo helicopter with...

An up close photo shows the detail of using roughly 13,280 toothpicks to recreate St. Wenceslaus Church.

(Photos courtesy of Pamela Sherlock)

Jerry Hackett has been an avid gardener all his life, famous for growing tomatoes taller than he. But when he and his wife, Pat, moved from their retirement home in Bemidji in 2016 to a one level townhome in Shakopee to be nearer their children, there was simply no space for Jerry to ply his green...

Teams work on removing the asbestos from the old steam pipes.

As part of the reconstruction of Main Street, crews are dealing with the removal of asbestos. City Public Works Director Matt Rynda said the asbestos is wrapped around old steam pipes that the City and contractor... To read more about this article, pick up the April 22, 2021 print edition of The...

A student views augmented reality welding in the Big Ideas Mobile Learning Trailer.

Simulated reality introduces students to trade jobs Students at TCU Schools immersed themselves into the world of augmented reality (AR) last week when the “Big Ideas Mobile Learning Trailer” stopped in Montgomery. The goal of the mobile classroom is to... To see more about this story, pick up the...

Metal hangs from the roof of the 46-year-old building that houses the Montgomery Police Department. The building was built as a temporary structure for the MPD in 1974.

(Wade Young Photo)

As calls increase this year over 2020, the Montgomery Police Department (MPD) continues to operate in its substandard facility that was built in 1974 as temporary housing. The Montgomery City Council has been working toward a solution. Mayor Tom Eisert resurrected the issue at the... To read more...

The Montgomery Commercial Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The historic district centers around First Street, running from Vine Avenue to Oak Avenue. Pictured: Corner of First Street and Vine Avenue, looking south.

Lisa Ingebrand Photo

A nine-block area of downtown Montgomery has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the official list of the nation’s historic places worthy of preservation. The National Parks Service made the... To see more on this article, pick up the April 22, 2021 print edition of the...
Mayo Clinic Health System in New Prague has more than 200 available COVID-19 vaccine appointment slots available Thursday and Friday, April 22 and 23. The vaccination site is located at the Mayo Clinic Health System clinic, 212 10th Ave. NE, New Prague. Patients who have an active Patient Online...
The City of Elysian has become a resting spot for Canadian geese. This hasn’t been a positive thing for city parks and other local properties. They have actually become quite a nuisance. Elysian has been blessed with... To read more of this article, pick up the April 22, 2021 print edition of the...
Paul Purfeest lost his 22-year-old son, Noah, to an opioid overdose last year. Now, the grieving father is fighting to save others by passing out free, opioid overdose-reversing Narcan kits (pictured). (Lisa Ingebrand Photo)
His son died of an opoid overdose. Now, he’s fighting to save others. Noah Goodwin should be celebrating his 23rd birthday this week. But, the young man, who loved his dog and bowling, died from a drug overdose last year. He was found unresponsive in his Waterville apartment on Sunday morning, June...

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