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Forget distance learning. Forget hybrid learning. Remember in-person learning? That’s exactly what all students and faculty of Tri-City United will do as they return to full, in-classroom education starting February 16. On Monday, February 8, the TCU school board approved a learning plan that...

From left, Morgan Kes, Megan Maxa, and Morgan Gjerstad and the Tri-City United Black Diamonds junior varsity and varsity dance teams performed their jazz routines, respectively, to “Confidence.” (Andrea Nelson photos)

With just a few days between meets, the Tri-City United Dance Team has been working hard perfecting routines and adding a dancer to the mix. The team competed in Belle Plaine on Friday, Jan. 22. The athletes had the... To see more on this story, pick up the February 4, 2021 print edition of the...
City begins discussions for new facility Mayor Tom Eisert is on a mission: to begin work and establish a timeline toward a new police department facility. The subject was one of the items on the council’s work session on Monday, Feb. 1. Eisert conveyed his message loud and clear. “We are all very...
Editor Wade Young, Staff Writer Lisa Ingebrand, and Graphic Designer Jennifer Leff, who work for Suel Printing Company, were honored for their work during the 2021 Minnesota Newspaper Association's (MNA) Annual Convention on January 28. Young, from the Montgomery Messenger, won in the... To see...
Eileen Florinda (Foss) Chapman, 78, of Montgomery, passed away peacefully on Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021, at the Mayo Hospital in Mankato. Eileen was born on April 2, 1942, in Reine Township (Skime) of Roseau County, MN, to Olaf and Florinda (Skime) Foss. She was a 1960 high school graduate of...
Three youth from Le Sueur Co. have been chosen to help share the story of 4-H and agriculture as newly appointed Minnesota 4-H Agriculture Ambassadors. Two are from Tri-City United High School, and one is from Waterville-Elysian-Morristown High School. All are members of the... To read more on...
With all the economic uncertainty, one would understand if people were tighter with their money during these times of a worldwide pandemic, and economic crisis. But the opposite is true. Throughout the pandemic, a new study shows that Americans have been donating to charitable causes in record...
The Le Sueur/Rice County Drug Task Force released their work within Le Sueur County last week during the Elysian City Council meeting. Le Sueur County Chief Deputy Nick Greenig presented the work completed by the drug task force and broke... To see more on this story, pick up the January 28, 2021...

Most Holy Redeemer Catholic School created a 252-piece puzzle featuring a collection of old and new school items. MHR families can order a puzzle and participate in a special Family Fun Night Puzzle Contest in honor of Catholic Schools Week. Alumni and friends of MHR School can order puzzles after February 5 by calling the school office. (Image courtesy of Noelle Kalina)

This year, Most Holy Redeemer Catholic School’s families won’t be gathering to celebrate Catholic Schools Week, January 31 through February 6, but that doesn’t mean they won’t be having fun. The Montgomery private school has pieced together safe ways for students and staff members... To see more...

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