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The New Prague Chamber of Commerce has a new assistant as Amber Fischer began that job on Monday, April 15. She will be working with Chamber Executive Director Brooke Sticha on the array of chamber sponsored events from the upcoming New Prague Half- Marathon, 5K and Fun Run on Saturday, May 4, to...

St. Peter City Administrator Todd Prafke spoke to members of the New Prague Economic Development Authority and the New Prague Chamber of Commerce on what efforts were made in his city during a five-month long construction project in 2009. New Prague’s Main Street will undergo a similar project next summer. (Chuck Kajer Photo)

"Own it!" That was the simple message St. Peter city administrator Todd Prafke told members of the New Prague Economic Development Authority and the New Prague Chamber of Commerce when the two held a joint meeting Wednesday, April 17, in the New Prague City Hall. The meeting was held to discuss...
Tri-City United prom-goers will take a “Trip Around the World” on Saturday, April 27. According to advisor Carolyn Harmeyer, that theme will be represented as the couples walk in the Grand March that starts at 4 p.m. in the TCU High School Gymnasium. There is a $2 entrance fee for the public for...
A man from Lexington Township has died in a single tractor rollover on Wednesday, April 24. Joseph William Schatz, 70, was pronounced dead at the scene after Le Sueur County deputies found him trapped under a tractor. Sheriff Brett Mason said the sheriff’s office received the report at...
A man, who walked away from a rural Montgomery Group Home on Saturday, April 20, was found deceased on Wednesday, April 24. According to Le Sueur County Sheriff Brett Mason, deputies responded to a home in rural Montgomery at 8:07 a.m.for a report of an elderly male found unresponsive outside of a...

Montgomery residents Bob and Colleen Pavek and their family will be honored at the Arts and Heritage Center’s Heritage Breakfast on April 28 at Hilltop Hall.

When it comes to volunteering, Bob and Colleen Pavek don’t let something like Colleen almost dying hold them back. Five years ago Colleen should have died. But, she didn’t, and the Paveks continue to volunteer in the community. In recognition for their commitment, the Pavek family will be honored...
Members of the New Prague Area Catholic Community, FaithPoint Lutheran Church and Holy Trinity Lutheran Church perform the Passion in mime during the Good Friday Community Service at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church on Friday, April 19. Pastor Ben Hilding led the Call to Worship, Fr. Kevin Clinton...

Kent York, left, director of marketing and communications for the Northern Star Council of Boy Scouts, presented the Medal of Merit award to JD Moulton of Boy Scout Troop 323. He is pictured with his mother Nancy, father Greg and sister Kate. JD used the Heimlich Maneuver last spring to save his father, who had some food lodged in his throat. (Chuck Kajer Photo)

A Mother’s Day meal last spring could have ended in tragedy for the Moulton family in New Prague, if not for the calm, quick thinking by son JD Moulton. Greg Moulton had grilled some hamburgers for the family celebration and sliced some onions. As he bit into his burger, he coughed and a piece of...
When it comes to timeliness, Le Sueur County Human Services is among the best in the state. Minnesota Department of Human Services records list Le Sueur County as one of five counties in the state when it comes to 2018 child protection assessment visits. . The county did not miss one of its...
UPDATE: Belle Plaine Police reported that Andrew Cunat was found safe on Wednesday evening and was reunited with his family. The Belle Plaine PD is requesting assistance in locating Andrew James Raymond Cunat, 09/18/2003. Andrew was last seen leaving the Belle Plaine High School around 9:00 p.m. on...

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