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Throughout this school year the “learning model” has become a topic that’s discussed at every school board meeting and work session held by the Tri-City United School Board. At Monday’s work session, the learning model discussion centered around when and if students in the high school will... To...

Colleen Pavek and Walt Miller stock food at the Montgomery Food Shelf. The two of them have volunteered there for several years. (Wade Young Photo)

Providing more than just food When a person or family makes an appointment with the Montgomery Food Shelf, they receive dry and canned goods, bread, produce, milk, and cereal. During the year-long COVID-19 pandemic, so much more has passed through the doors of the organization at 151 Elm Avenue SE...
James Myles Filipek passed away on March 16, 2021, at the age of 80, in his home.  His battle with cancer in recent years showed his courage in facing life challenges with a smile. Despite the pain, Jim came out a hero and stayed strong until the end. Visitation will be on Saturday, March 27, from...

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Four-year-old Rosa Eileen Ruiz (above) opened a lemonade stand in Le Center on Saturday, March 13, during the community’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The little entrepreneur sold glasses of pink lemonade from her colorful stand for 50 cents each. Of course, all orders came with a big, adorable smile...

Taylor Akerlund receives guidance from Darlene Wondra while sewing a project.

(Lisa Ingebrand Photos)

Sometimes, trying something new sparks new interests, ideas, and creativity. Once a year, Most Holy Redeemer Catholic School in Montgomery holds unique mini classes for its seventh and eighth grade students. The week of big opportunities was held... To see more on this story, pick up the March...
Saturday, while he was standing in shorts and a t-shirt in 60-degree weather, my son, Mecca, muttered, “I’m so glad winter’s over.” Yes, the lack of snow and warm sun gave him the impression winter was finished. Yes, the balmy temperatures made us think of packing up the winter boots and shovels...

The Collins Clan proudly parades down Main Street.

(Lisa Ingebrand Photos)

There was a whole lot o’ fun in Le Center on Saturday. The town lucked out with the weather and enjoyed blue, sunny skies and warm temperatures for its annual St. Patrick’s Parade on March 13. Hundreds of festive lads and lassies of all ages grabbed their shamrocks, donned their green, and lined...

The Tri-City United Wrestling Team was crowned the Section 2AA Champions Saturday in St. Peter after defeating Scott West 40-25.

(Photo courtesy of Stephanie Balma)

Saturday was a day of highs and lows for the TCU Wrestling Team. After a tough battle, for the first time in its history, the Titans were crowned the Section 2AA Champions when they defeated Scott West 40-25. “Saturday was incredible,” said Head Coach Shaun Timmerman. “There was... To see more...

Photo by Lisa Ingebrand

Montgomery was well represented at Le Center’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday, March 13. Kolacky Days royalty (left to right) Miss Congeniality Rachel Way, Second Princess Nikaija Young, First Princess Marissa Gare, and Kolacky Queen Rachel Rynda.

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