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The Montgomery National Golf Club will swing into spring under new ownership. Greg McKush of Prior Lake has purchased the 18-hole golf course from the Morgan family and is looking forward to greeting golfers when the weather warms.    "I like to be the first course open," stated McKush, who started...
Nolan Gossett, left, and Rhett Pauling were among the nearly 50 youngsters taking part in the New Prague Aquatic Center's Easter Egg Hunt Friday, March 30. The hunt was held in the recrational pool, with four different groups scheduled during the time. The Easter Bunny was also on hand to visit...
Students from Most Holy Redeemer re-enact the Seventh Station of the Cross on Wednesday, March 21 as part of the “Living Stations”. Pictured are (clockwise) Nate Leonard as Jesus, William Trcka, William Bulger and Tyler Kadrlik. (Wade Young Photo)
Members of Most Holy Redeemer School presented the “Living Stations” last week on Wednesday in the lead up to Easter Sunday on April 1. The Stations of the Cross retrace the final journey of Jesus Christ to Calvary. They have been prayed for centuries, allowing Christians who are unable to make a...
Raven Stream Elementary School students gather for a group photo to celebrate their completing the seventh annual Jump Rope For Heart program. The students raised $13,768 for the American Heart Association. (Photo courtesy of Jesse Bastyr)
The students at Raven Stream Elementary School in New Prague recently had an amazing two weeks of raising money for the American Heart Association (AHA). In fact, it was the highest amount the school has ever raised. Through the school’s participation in the Jump Rope For Heart (JRFH) program, the...
The Elko New Market City Council discussed the concept design for a proposed roundabout at the intersection of Scott County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 2 and 91 (respectively Main Street and Natchez Avenue) at its Thursday, March 22, meeting. The consensus of the council was to endorse the current...
We are in the process of launching our newly-designed website this weekend for the New Prague Times, Montgomery Messenger, Waterville Lake Region Life and Elysian Enterprise. We hope you like the new look, new functions, new design, including the new mobile versions. We apologize if there are any...

Siblings Caroline, left, and Daniel Larson have fun playing a version of Easter bingo during the Easter for Kids at Friedens Evangelical Lutheran Church on Saturday, March 24. (Patrick Fisher Photo)

While the weather outside of Friedens Evangelical Lutheran Church may have been gray on Saturday, March 24, inside 21 children were providing their own color during the church’s ninth annual Easter for Kids. Diverse shades of green, red, blue, yellow and orange were being used to color Easter eggs...

Two New Prague High School gymnasts will compete Saturday, Feb. 24, in the State Class AA gymnastics meet at the Maturi Sports Pavilion at the University of Minnesota. Caitlyn Pint, left, and Tina Shimota placed fifth and third respectively in the vault at the Section 2AA meet at Lakeville South High School to earn a berth at the state meet. As a team, the Trojans placed fourth with a score of 140.95. Lakeville North, the defending state champions, placed first with a score of 150.05. Read more on Page 9. (Chuck Kajer Photo)

Tina Shimota and Caitlyn Pint will represent New Prague High School at the State Class AA Gymnastics meet Saturday, Feb. 24, at the University of Minnesota’s Maturi Sports Pavilion. The meet begins at 6 p.m. The two Trojan athletes qualified by placing fifth and third, respectively, in vault at the...
The crocheting members of The Sisterhood of Bag Ladies are pictured (left to right): Linda Ruhland, Gwen Beissel, Bonnie Bergquist (standing), Kay Keohen, Dorothy Kovarik (standing), and Sharon Horejsi. Not pictured: Shorty Dietz, Sue Mach, Cathy Herrmann, Mary Kotek, Kathy Segna, and Carol Freid. (Lisa Ingebrand Photo)
Every Monday morning at 9 a.m., a group, known as "The Sisterhood of Bag Ladies," meets at the Montgomery American Legion to turn plastic bags into mats for homeless people. The group has produced and distributed 360 six-foot by 2-1/2-foot bed rolls since July 2016, and now they need your help (...
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New Prague saw its best year in building permits in more than a decade, especially concerning single family home permits. In 2017 single family construction permits reached 56, nearly double of the 33 issued in 2016. The city also had 175 total housing units for the year, which is the highest total...

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