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First Bank & Trust of Brookings has named Eric Krogman to Market President for its branch in New Prague. He will replace Bruce Wolf, who is retiring August 1 after 40 years in the financial industry in New Prague. Krogman, formerly a Business Banker, will oversee the Retail and Business...
“It ought to be commemorated as the day of deliverance, by solemn acts of devotion to God Almighty. It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations, from one end of this continent to the other, from this time forward forever more...
New Prague City Council member Amy Jirik announced at the Wednesday, June 27, meeting of the city’s Planning Commission that she will be resigning from the council. Jirik has taken a new staff position with the city of Belle Plaine, where she works. Time commitments for the new position will...
I found my first arrowhead last summer. Last week, I found my second. And now, I have the bug—the desire—to know more about the fascinating old points that washed up on the shoreline of the lake my family has lived on for more than 60 years. I came across both arrowheads by chance. I enjoy taking...
Jaime Lynne Colman of Washington, DC, daughter of James and Cynthia Colman of Clarks Summit, PA, and Matthew John Eldred of Washington, DC, son of Craig and Dianne Eldred of New Prague, announce their engagement. Jaime graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Intercultural...
The New Prague Clay Target team placed second at the Minnesota State High School League State Tournament Friday, June 22. Team members are, left to right, Woodrow Glazer, Nicholas Wegner, Connor Greff, Leevi Chandler, and Reiley Kilian. (Wade Young photo)
The New Prague Trojans finished second at the Minnesota State High School League Clay Target Championships Tuesday, June 22, at the Minneapolis Gun Club in Prior Lake, and junior Woody Glazer repeated as state individual champion, tieing four others for the individual title with perfect scores of...
The New Market Muskies continued to roll through the competition, winning four games in decisive fashion in Dakota-Rice-Scott League play. The Muskies are now 15- 1 in the league and have a 3- 1/2 game lead over second place St. Patrick, which won twice. Faribault also had a pair of wins last week...
The New Prague American Legion Post 45 Baseball team lost three games last week, falling to Austin 3-2 and losing both ends of a doubleheader with Rosemount. The team has a 2-5 record and was scheduled to face Jordan Wednesday, June 27, at home. They will compete this weekend in a tournament in...
The Ruhland family, dad, Jake, daughters Sylvia and Noelle and mom, Lindsey, were overwhelmed
and humbled by the turnout at the Home Run Derby at Union Hill Ballpark the evening of Saturday, June 23. More than 380 people attended the fundraiser, which is to help the family with medical bills for Sylvia. (Patrick Fisher Photo)
Saturday, June 23, was one of those great evenings for slamming homers. While the Home Run Derby provided that, the more than 380 people that attended the fundraiser hosted by Home Town Bats, provided an experience that the Ruhland family of Minneapolis, and others, won’t soon forget. "It’s...
Melodé K. Girard, age 74, of New Prague, died peacefully at her home on Tuesday, June 26, 2018.  Mel was born on July 10, 1943 in Davenport, IA to Arthur V. and Ruth A. (Boyd) Kirby.  She was raised in Marshalltown, IA and the family moved, settling in Colorado, where she met the man who would...
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