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Francis "Fran" Vohnoutka, age 79, of Battle Lake, MN, formerly of Shakopee, passed away unexpectedly in Galveston, TX. on Monday, December 3, 2018. Fran was born in St. Patrick, MN, on April 25, 1939, the son of Frank and Bessie (Pavlicek) Vohnoutka. He married Kathleen Geis in Shakopee, MN on...
Lucille H. Schmitz, age 87, of New Prague died peacefully surrounded by her family on Sunday, December 9, 2018, at her home.  Lucille was born on September 2, 1931, in Belle Plaine Township, Scott County, MN to Martin and Katherine (Michel) Neisen.  She attended country school, married Ralph J....
Members of Hymnus sing in the lobby of the Hotel Broz during the 2018 Holiday Makers Market Friday, Dec. 7. The two-day event, featuring handcrafted items from a number of area vendors, continues Saturday at the historic hotel in downtown New Prague.
New Prague Cub Scouts Pack 323 had their float decked out to look like a pinewood derby car. They were among several area groups and businesses that took part in the Parade of Lights. 
New Prague had a beautiful evening on Friday, Nov. 30, for its Parade of Lights and Holiday Celebration in the Park as temperatures in the 20s were cold, yet comfortable, and snow on the ground added to the winter atmosphere. The New Prague Chamber of Commerce sponsored the 23rd Annual Parade of...
The New Prague City Council approved two of three requests concerning the Main Street 2020 improvement project at its Monday, Dec. 3, meeting. The council did unanimously approve a resolution ordering improvement and preparation of plans for the project and a concurrence with Section 4(f) for...
The New Prague City Council is all set to give final approval to the Main Street 2020 Improvement project that has been in the works for several years. A hearing on Monday, Dec. 3, drew about 22 people - mostly property owners and business owners who are understandably concerned with the effects...
Nearly everyone spends time during the holidays thinking back to the memories of Christmas in their childhood. Family traditions can bring back great memories. For me, one of the memories was making Christmas cookies with my mom and sister. Mom would find the cookie cutters, roll out the dough and...
New Prague’s Aiden Dorzinski shoots the puck into a wide open net for his team’s first goal in a 5-4 overtime win over East Ridge Saturday, Dec. 1. See more photos at (Chuck Kajer photo)
The New Prague Trojan boys hockey team lost its opening game to Shakopee, but rebounded with a pair of overtime wins to start the season 2-1 under first year Coach Cory Lonke. Grant Yackly scored the winning goals in both wins for New Prague. The Trojans were scheduled to travel to Red Wing Tuesday...

New Prague’ Bethany Vasecka leads a fast break during New Prague’s loss to Shakopee Tuesday, Nov. 27. See more photos at (Chuck Kajer Photo)

The New Prague Trojan girls basketball team split its first two games of the season last week, both at home. The Trojans opened with a loss to Shakopee, but rebounded in a big way with a 70-22 win over Rochester Century. New Prague was scheduled to face Blaine Tuesday, Dec. 4. They will play Friday...
Disney on Ice will be playing this weekend, with eight shows at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, and a New Prague native will have a featured role in the production. Cale Ambroz, son of Chuck and Cindy Ambroz, got his start skating with the New Prague Area Figure Skating Club when he was six...
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