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Please join Deacon Dan Wesley Sunday, Sept. 25 at 8:30 a.m. St. Andrew Catholic Church, Elysian as he celebrates his 40th year of serving as a deacon *Join the Wesley family for refreshments following Mass.

He’s performed over 250 weddings, dozens of baptisms, and numerous funerals. He has also ministered to prisoners and prayed over victims at accident scenes. The good and the bad come with the job. But, Deacon Dan Wesley has the Holy Spirit on his side. 75-year-old Wesley of Elysian has served the...
Alan Borgen, age 67 of New Prague, MN passed away on September 19, 2022 after a 2 year battle with neuroendocrine cancer. He was born September 25, 1954 in Minneapolis, MN to Alfred and Orpha (Knutson) Borgen. As a child, Al loved playing trucks and taking naps, which he never grew out of. Some of...
Arthur J. Johnson, age 88, passed away on Saturday, September 17, 2022 in Le Sueur, MN. He was born to the late Henning and Lulu (Gulland) Johnson, a farmer and homemaker in Leonard, North Dakota, on January 4, 1934. He was raised in the Lutheran faith and attended Hellendale #1 through the eighth...
Larry G. Ryder, age 78, of New Prague, died peacefully at home with his loving partner, Mary, at his side on Saturday, September17, 2022.  Larry was born on November 26, 1943 in Rockford, Illinois to Al and Ethel (Weiss) Ryder.  He graduated from West High in Rockford and went on to attain his BA...
Grand Marshal Julie Bisek, center, beams at the crowd during the Parade of Farm Pride in New Prague on Saturday, Sept. 17. Bisek was excited to be this year’s grand marshal for the annual parade held during Dozinky, New Prague’s Czech Harvest Festival. The day continued with food, beverages, a...
New Prague’s 29th annual Car Cruise had a beautiful evening with a mist of rain clearing up in time for the parade of vintage vehicles making their way east on Main Street. Crowds also came out to see the collection of classic cars that began at the New Prague High School and made their way through...
Heidelberg Community Day had beautiful fall weather on Sunday, Sept. 11, which is why it likely had its largest crowd for the annual celebration. Held in Heidelberg Park the annual celebration in the city six miles southwest of New Prague offered something for everyone. There were inflatable play...

Ryan Schoen (1058) and Liam Roufs each finished in the top third of the TCU Invitational race Thursday, Sept. 8 at Montgomery. (Jay Schneider photo)

The New Prague boys cross country team placed second in the 28-team Tri City United Gerry Smith Invitational Thursday, Sept. 8 in Montgomery. Belle Plaine was the runaway winner with all five of their runners finishing in the top 20. The Tigers scored 48 points while the Trojans finished with 167...

Trojan Payton Peterson at No. 2 singles returns a serve during the home meet. (Patrick Fisher photo)

New Prague No. 4 singles player Iris Trygestad had the top finish for the Trojans at the Brainerd Moose Tournament held Saturday, Sept. 10. Trygestad placed second in the event which featured teams from Brainerd, Pequot Lakes, East Grand Forks, Coon Rapids, Roseau, Big Lake, and Glencoe-Silver Lake...
Anyone who has seen the police drama “Hill Street Blues” will remember that usually one of the first scenes of each episode was a sergeant giving a duty list to a room full of police officers, plus other information that would show up later in the episode. At the end he would remind his officers, “...
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