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Richard V. “Checkers” Ebnet, age 76, of Sandstone, died peacefully with his loving family at his side on Tuesday, February 21, 2023, after a short time in hospice at his  sister- and brother-in-law’s home in New Prague. Richard was born on January 30, 1947, in Albany, MN, to Vernon S. and Phyllis (...

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New Prague High School gymnastics team won state Friday, Feb. 24, at Roy Wilkins Auditorium. For more see an upcoming print edition of The New Prague Times.

Missing Lakeville boy Leon Ramsarran. Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension photo.

The Amber Alert for Leon is canceled. The child has been found safe. Below is the message from the City of Lakeville.  "UPDATE TO LPD CASE NUMBER LA23000712 Earlier today, the Lakeville Police Department and Minnesota BCA sent out an Amber Alert on a missing child. The 3-year-old child, Leon...

Members of the St. Paul Czech and Slovak Dancers take to the floor with Masopust 2023 attendees on Sunday, Feb. 19 at The Rustic Farmer. (Lisa Ingebrand photo)

Montgomery’s 23rd annual Masopust celebration, which is traditionally known as the Czech version of Mardi Gras, was celebrated in a big way on Sunday, Feb. 19 at The Rustic Farmer, with lots of music, dancing, traditional Czech foods, and the crowning of a new Masopust King, Luke Sluzacek. “I...

Montgomery Historical Society member and New Prague Area Historical Society President Fred Simon does a presentation about the Bohemian Triangle at the Jan. 25 annual meeting. (Bailey Witte photo)

The Montgomery Historical Society (MHS) continued its mission of collecting, preserving, and disseminating area history at its annual meeting held on January 25 at Hilltop Hall. President Jim Mladek called the meeting to order and reviewed the society’s activity over the past year and what members...
As it heads towards the regular season finale and an anticipated berth in the state tournament, the New Prague High School floor hockey team is looking to the potential of defending its state championship. New Prague was slated to play Stillwater Wednesday, Feb. 25. Details of the game were not...

The Dvorak brothers (from left) – Alex, Brody and Charlie – and their teammates will be at the section swimming and diving competition this week in Rochester. (John Mueller photo)

In a program in its second year, three brothers stand out for their commitment to the sport and their teammates. The Dvorak brothers – Alex, Charlie and Brody – will be at the Rochester Recreation Center Wednesday through Friday, Feb. 22-24, where the New Prague boys’ swimming and diving team...
Everybody ought to have a bucket list, things you want to see or do before for whatever reason you can’t see or do them. It goes to the idea life is short – live it as best you can. The items in a bucket list don’t have to be exceptional or so extravagant they’re not realistic for some. Bucket...
There will be no local mail delivery today, Thursday, February 23. Due to the weather, the transfer trucks for the U.S. Postal Service mail were pulled off the roads on Wednesday, February 22 and Thursday,February 23.  The delivery of this weeks newspapers will be delayed.
Marian Alice (Vales) Jamnik, age 99 of Shoreview, passed away on Monday, February 20, 2023, at Johanna Shores Arden Hills. Marian was born in New Prague in 1923 to Joseph and Emma Vales, the youngest of four children.  She met Joseph Jamnik of Aurora in 1944 when he took a war time teaching job in...
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