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We missed Easter this year. Well, most of it. My family of four (my husband, John, daughters Anna, age 11, and Ellen, age 9, and myself) recently spent a week in Florida with my brother-in-law and sister-in-law’s family of five. They have three kiddos—ages 7, 5, and 3, and one more on the way....

Megan Odenthal

Most Holy Redeemer Catholic School recognized a model student and eighth grader for emulating the virtues of the school’s saint of the month. For April, the saint is... To read more on this article, pick up the April 8, 2021 print edition of the Montgomery Messenger.
The Le Sueur County Commissioners cast their votes Tuesday, April 6 for their top candidates for the county administrator position. The board was presented a list of nine candidates by DDA Human Resources Management Consultant Liza M. Donabauer, who has been working on the hiring process for the...

Pictured is the rendering of the new Common’s Building that is part of Seneca’s new seasonal employee housing plan.

(Rendering provided by Armon Architecture, Inc.)

Montgomery’s City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission gave a thumbs up to the new seasonal employee housing plan presented by Seneca Foods, Inc. After hearing a presentation of facts by City Administrator Brian Heck, with additional information by Zach Woytcke, planning and zoning members...
Take a Mom Fishing Weekend is the weekend before fishing opener Fishing seasons open for walleye, bass, trout in lakes, and northern pike on Saturday, May 15, with this year’s date taking the prize for the latest possible opener under Minnesota statute. “We know there is some confusion about this...
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...

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...

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