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Perry Caspers was born September 2, 1954 to Donald W. and Druzella (Rekkedahl) Caspers in Olivia, MN.  He died from complications of thrombocytopenia and pancreatic cancer on Saturday, October 9, 2021 at the Crosby Hospital in Crosby, MN. He was baptized into the Lutheran Faith at Our Saviors...
Helen M. Weiers, age 89, of Union Hill, died peacefully with her family at her side on Saturday, October 9, 2021, at Traditions of Montgomery.  Helen was born on August 28, 1932 in Helena Township to John and Gertrude (Gerardy) Neisen.  Tragedy struck early with the death of her mother when she was...
The three public school districts that span the length of Le Sueur County have seen some positive COVID-19 cases and the quarantining of students and staff since the school year started. Questionnaires regarding the status of COVID in the school districts were sent to the superintendents of New...

Jordan Meyer races toward the ball when the TCU Varsity Soccer Team hosted Watertown-Mayer last Tuesday. (Wade Young photo)

The boys varsity soccer team saw a lopsided score when it hosted Watertown-Mayer on Tuesday, but their coach said the boys played hard. “It was a lopsided game on the scoreboard, but not in the amount of effort given. The Titans played with integrity and finished together as a team in a tough 0-13...
The TCU Volleyball Team held its tournament on Saturday, Oct. 2 and played four schools: Zumbrota-Mazeppa, Glenco-Silver Lake (GSL), Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial (LCWM) and New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (NRHEG). The Titans lost to Zumbrota 0-2, and GSL 0-2, but won over NRHEG and LCWM....
The TCU Tennis Team is wrapping up its season this week with games against Le Sueur-Henderson on Monday and Lakeville on Tuesday. The last couple of weeks found the girls competing against Sibley East on September 23, Jordan and Albert Lea on September 27, and United South Central on September 28....
An audio recording circulated online last week of a Tri-City United Montgomery choir teacher disciplining his class. The recording was secretly recorded by a student and shared on social media and other news outlets. In the audio, the teacher expresses frustration over some students’ behavior. At...
Lonsdale residents will see a less than 3.1 percent increase in the city’s tax rate in 2022 compared to no change in 2021. This comes as the mayor and city council unanimously approved the preliminary budget and property tax levy on September 30. According to Lonsdale City Administrator Joel...
The Montgomery City Council will have an open seat effective December 1 after its members accepted the resignation of Joy Svoboda in a special meeting on Monday. Mayor Tom Eisert and City Administrator Brian Heck received Svoboda’s resignation on September 21. Heck said she is relocating outside of...

Even Ninjas need help sometimes. Josh Kuchinka (left) helps Thomas Wieland up a rope climb on the inflatable at the Ninja course. (Wade Young photos)

For a day, almost 400 Titans became Ninja Warriors, and their transformation helped raise money for new playground equipment. April Iverson, Treasurer for the TCU Montgomery Parent Teacher Organization, said for a week and a half, kids raised money from family and friends, and encouraged businesses...
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