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My wife is into scrapbooking.   Scrapbookers have stuff. A lot of stuff.  If you are the husband of a scrapbooker, you will know what I am talking about.    My wife has carts and totes of different kinds of paper, trinkets, embellishments, and empty binders just ready for the filling with (I admit...
Dani Jorgenson was all smiles as she went in to pinch hit during New Prague’s adapted softball season opener Monday, April 9. Jorgenson reached base on a hit, but the Trojans lost the game 16-4. (Chuck Kajer Photo)
While all the other spring sports were struggling to practice and reschedule events due to the weather, the New Prague Adapted Softball team opened its 2018 schedule Monday, April 9, indoors at the Central Education Campus gym, hosting the Southern Stars of Chanhassen/Chaska/Prior Lake/Shakopee....
Caroline (Carolyn) Dvorak, 90, of Montgomery, passed away on Monday, April 9, 2018, at her home in Montgomery. Mass of Christian burial will be held on Saturday, April 21, at 10:30 a.m. at Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Montgomery. Visitation will be held on Friday, April 20, from 4 to 8 p.m...
Students in the Tri-City United School District will make up one of their snow days by attending an extra day of school on Friday, June 1.    The decision came at Monday’s Tri-City United School Board meeting.      Superintendent Teri Preisler told the board there were four school...
Virginia Charlotte Hruska, age 93 of Faribault, died on Wednesday, April 4, 2018, at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.   Born in Lexington Township, Le Sueur County, on January 19, 1925, Virginia was the daughter of Frank and Emily (Kalina) Holetz.  On June 26, 1948, Virginia...
Czech was Don Rynda’s first language. His grandparents made sure of it. “When I was little and my parents would be out working on the farm, my grandparents would care for me. They spoke Czech to me. It was important to them that the language was not forgotten… It wasn’t until I started country...
April and spring are here, according to the calendar and the position of the earth to the sun. Yet we continue to have to shovel thanks to the wintery weather we had earlier in the week that forced TCU to call another snow day on Tuesday and the continued cold days.    Despite our crummy weather,...

The cast of the TCU Spring Play, the comedy “Haphazardly Ever After” is (front, from left) Abigail Flynn, Alex Bass, Marissa Gare, Katelyn Brown, Allyson Hennen, Sofia Kaunonen, Carolyn Mikel, Lizzie Trnka, Caitlyn Gare, (middle, right side) Josephine Hatlevig, Aven Prigge, Janick Wagner, Isabelle Schmidmaier, Heather Johnson, Megan Bass (back) Lucas Velarde, Shane Schreiber, Josh Holicky, Becca Simon, Nick Deutsch, Grace Grant, Elizabeth Christian, Jose Reyes, Andrick Wagner, Logan Blaschko, Andrew Trnka, Natalee Korbitz, Isabella Truman, and Kaylee Kirchmann. Missing from the photo is Rianna Doyle. (Wade Young Photo

Imagine browsing through the Enchanted Depot to find customized magical solutions to all problems. Such is the world of TCU’s “Haphazardly Ever After,” that runs Friday and Saturday, April 6 and 7 at the Montgomery Middle School Auditorium. Performances are at 7 p.m. each night.   King...
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...

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