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New Prague High School's boys basketball semifinal game against Rochester John Marshall scheduled for Saturday, March 9, has been postponed due to the pending snowstorm. The game will now be played at 7 p.m. Monday, March 11, at the Mayo Civic Center Auditorium, which is adjacent to the Mayo Civic...
Donald F. “Donnie” Cervenka, age 67, of Webster, died suddenly after a brief illness on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at Northfield Hospital.  Donnie was born on May 9, 1951 in New Prague to Myles F. and Helen J. (Blaha) Cervenka.  He graduated from New Prague High School and from Faribault Vo-Tech...

Dr. Michael Wilcox

The Le Sueur County Board approved the medical director agreement with Dr. Michael Wilcox during the Tuesday, March 5 meeting in Le Center. Wilcox has been involved in providing emergency medical services to the county for many years. This agreement, which includes a fee of $500, will allow Wilcox...
As hard as it may be to believe, but one of the first signs of spring is headed our way this weekend. Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, March 10. That is the day most Americans will move their clocks ahead one hour in an attempt to capture an extra hour of daylight in the evening. Of course,...

New Prague’s Amanda Giesen brings the ball downcourt for New Prague in the Section 1AAAA quarterfinals Wednesday, Feb. 27. (Chuck Kajer Photo)

The New Prague Trojan offense stalled late in their Section 1AAAA girls basketball quarterfinals at Lakeville South Wednesday, Feb. 27. That led to a first-round exit by the Trojans, who lost 57- 47 to the Cougars. New Prague had a slow start, with a couple turnovers and missed shots. That led the...
The Elko New Market City Council at its Thursday, Feb. 28, business meeting unanimously authorized City Administrator Tom Terry to make a conditional offer to Brady Juell to be the city’s new Police Chief and Emergency Management Director. Juell, currently a sergeant with the Chaska Police...

Brynn Peterson, left, a fourth grader at Eagle View Elementary, discusses her proejct with Zach Sirek, one of the science fair judges. (Chuck Kajer Photo)

New Prague Area Schools held the annual District Elementary Science Fair Saturday, March 2, at New Prague Middle School. There were 69 projects from students in grades 3-6. In addition, participants could partake in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) activities while not being judged...

Neptune Swimmers who qualified for state include (front, left to right) Taylor Basset, Carolyn DeLuca: back Ella Schmiesing, Alexis Day and Cooper Krance, along with Coach Chuck Webb. The State Short Course Swim meet will be held this weekend at the University of Minnesota. (Submitted Photo)

Neptune Aquatics, the USA Swimming club based in New Prague, will bring five swimmers to the Minnesota Short Course State Meet Thursday through Sunday, March 7-10, at the University of Minnesota. This year’s state team consists of Taylor Bassett, Alexis Day, Carolyn DeLuca, Ella Schmiesing and...
The New Prague Trojan adapted floor hockey team defeated Stillwater and Burnsville/Farmington/Lakeville last week. The Trojans are 8-0 and tied with South Washington County for the Southern Conference lead. The teams were scheduled to play their twice-postponed regular season finale Tuesday, March...
The New Prague Trojan Adapted Floor Hockey Team will host the Wayzata/Minnetonka Lakers at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, March 7, in a state play-in game. Game time is 4:30 p.m. in the CEC gym. New Prague is the No. 1 seed in the south division. A win puts them in the state tournament, which will be played...
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