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High School students are returning to full, in-person learning - again. The TCU School Board approved change in a special meeting Monday. The option to full in-person learning was not the board’s first option. Board member Michelle Borchardt made a motion to return to the hybrid model the...
Crews break ground the morning of Monday, April 5, at the strip mall west of Coborn’s Marketplace. The project will add 4,800 square feet to the strip mall and expand the parking lot to the west towards Chalupsky Ave. SE. The construction value of the project is $425,203 for the “shell building”...
Frank Wergin, left, baptizes his son Jack being held by mom Allie during the Holy Saturday baptismal ceremony at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in New Prague. The Saturday, April 3, celebration included five families who were having their children baptized. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the ceremony...
The Week of 4/5/2021: Road Closure and Detour is expected to be in place prior to 8:00 a.m. on Monday, April 5th. On Monday, April 5th, the contractor (SM Hentges & Sons, Inc.) will be saw cutting pavement, curbs, and walks in preparation of removals to begin the next day. Removals of pavement...

The Easter Bunny greets Graceyn Kuenzli, center, as mom Megan Kuenzli watches. Partially hidden is Elko New Market City Administrator Tom Terry, who was providing an umbrella for the Easter Bunny. (Patrick Fisher photo)

A steady drizzle on Saturday, March 27, didn’t stop families from attending the Elko New Market Egg Hunt. Held from 10-11:30 a.m. in the Eagle View Elementary School parking lot, volunteers took entries for an egg guessing game and handed out 362 of 400 bags that had treats and prizes in them....

Stuffing eggs for the Easter Goodie Bag Drive-Thru are (from left) Jane Pesta, Karen Jabas, Jan Meyer and Mary Jane Grundhoffer. (Submitted photo)

The community Easter Egg Hunt will happen again this year. Due to ramifications of COVID- 19, the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has again approved an alternative community event for Montgomery. The Easter Goodie Bag Drive-Thru will be held on Saturday, April 10 from 12 to 3 p.m. in the drive...

The City of Montgomery is taking the owners of 100 First Street South to court to have the abandoned
building torn down. (Wade Young photo)

The City of Montgomery is taking a property owner to court to force the demolition of an abandoned building on First Street. The case involves the property at 100 First Street South (corner of Vine Avenue and First Street) owned by Bob and Bonnie Taraba. According to the complaint filed in Le Sueur...

Colorful and creative works of art made by the youngest Titans cover the walls of the Arts and Heritage Center in Montgomery. (Lisa Ingebrand photo)

More than 100 pieces of artwork created by the youngest Titans are now on display at the Arts and Heritage Center of Montgomery. The exhibit, which is open to the public, is available for view during regular center hours, through April 17. Each piece of artwork is labeled with the student artist’s...

2021 Rice County Dairy Maids and Princesses, left to right: Karlie DeGrood, Madelyn Wehe, Ava Quast, Kelsey Kuball, and Brooke Johnson. (Submitted photo)

Two local college students will serve as Rice County Dairy Princesses for 2021. Kelsey Kuball, a WEM graduate who attends the University of Northwestern in St. Paul, and Madelyn Wehe, who attends the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, were named 2021 Dairy Princesses for Rice County. The Rice...

L to R: Charlotte Melchert, Gideon Anderson, Beckett Hill, Rylind Piha, John Smith, Natalie Elness, Ephraem
Palm, Wyatt Melchert, Evie Melchert, and Graham Piha. 

The students at Trinity Lutheran School in North Morristown reenacted Jesus Palm Sunday Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem with palm branches and clothing. They gathered on the church steps with the church doors wide open to praise our heavenly king, Jesus. The week would conclude with Jesus...

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