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Henry and Carter Mohs, sons of Ben and Sarah Mohs of New Prague, enjoyed their chicken noodle soup during the St. Wenceslaus Soup Supper. Sarah said the boys ate their meal backward - they had their dessert first while the soup cooled down. (Chuck Kajer Photo)
It’s a 25-year tradition that feeds several hundred people in one night and helps feed many more throughout the year. The St. Wenceslaus Church Soup Kitchen group held its annual Soup supper Monday, Feb. 18, in the church basement. This year’s event served 316 guests, who enjoyed either chili,...

A calendar put out by Suel Printing Company, which publishes The New Prague Times, includes a pocket that people could put receipts in to let them know bills had been paid. Dennis Dvorak of the New Prague Area Historical Society said such calendars were decorative and functional. (Patrick Fisher Photo)

Some of the ways of measuring time will be exhibited at the New Prague Library,400 Main St. E, as part of the New Prague Area Historical Society’s display “It’s AboutTime.” A variety of calendars and time pieces make up the display that will be at the library through the middle of May. Dennis...
Traffic was still moving and people were out the morning of Wednesday, Feb. 20, although it was slow going as a storm blanketed New Prague’s Main Street with snow. Snow began falling around 2 a.m. Wednesday with a total of 5 to 9 inches of snow were being forecasted for the day. The New Prague area...
New Prague Area Schools will be closed on Wednesday, February 20 due to inclement weather. This closing includes all K-12 grades, Preschool, Kids Company and the WRAP program. This will be a blended learning day for K-12 students.
MANKATO, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Transportation is preparing motorists for forecasted heavy snowfall rates overnight through Wednesday. Weather conditions will limit visibility and make travel difficult in south central Minnesota. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm...

The local group, led by Pastor David Mumme of Trinity Lutheran Church, Waterville, enjoys a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee. Photos courtesy of Glenda Mumme

The Holy Land has always called to Pastor David Mumme of Waterville, but the timing never seemed quite right--the kids were little, things at the church were busy, etc.  "He has always wanted to go," his wife, Glenda, said of her husband. "He's read Biblical Archaeology Review for more than 20...
Gene Vavra, left, begins a demonstration on cleaning a fish on Saturday, Feb. 16, at the New Prague Sportsman’s Club Youth Fishing Seminar. Held at the Central Education Campus in New Prague, there were 130 children that attended the annual event. Youngsters could also participate in a casting...
Who do you call when you need to get to work and your car won't start on a blustery below-zero morning? The local towing company. Gene Mach, owner of Bud's Service in Kilkenny, reported receiving more than 100 calls during the four-day frigid winter vortex that closed schools, stopped the mail, and...

Craftsmen Bill Schriefels (left) and Dan Knish design and create everything that comes out of the shop.

Classic cars from all over the nation are rolling into the little town of Kilkenny, Minnesota. Their destination? Knish Kustomz, a small, two-person shop on the edge of town. The custom upholstering business is owned and operated by 2005 Waterville-Elysian-Morristown graduate Dan Knish, whose...

Five felonies counts have been filed against Eli Lange after an incident Feb. 23 in Waterville.

Morristown resident Eli Lange has been charged with five felonies after an incident in Waterville early Sunday, Feb. 3. Lange, 37, was charged with two counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon, domestic assault by strangulation, and interfering...

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