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A man faces murder and arson charges after a fire on Sunday morning. According to Le Sueur County Sheriff Brett Mason, on Sunday Jan. 24, 2021, at approximately 7:15 a.m. the Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a structure fire at 37722 Hunting Preserve Lane in Le Center....
At 12 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 19, some Minnesotans eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine will be able to sign up for appointments at one of the state’s nine community vaccination pilot clinics through a new website and call center launched today by the State of Minnesota. The clinics will initially...

Waseca County Attorney Rachel Androli (left) poses with Waseca Police Officer Arik Matson, who was shot in the line of duty last year, and his wife, Megan, at the state capitol after a bill to strengthen state criminal penalties was introduced. (Photo courtesy of Rachel Androli)

Bill proposes increased penalties for attempted murder of law enforcement officers   A bill to strengthen state criminal penalties against individuals who are convicted of attempted first-degree murder of a police officer, judge, prosecutor, or correctional officer was introduced at the state...

Derek Meyers, of Faribo Mobile Dustless Blasting, uses ground up glass to gently remove paint from a wall at Revival On Main. (Wade Young Photo)

Renovation uncovers 100-year-old mural During the interior renovation of Revival on Main to an event space, a piece of Montgomery’s history was uncovered in late November. After decades and layers of paint were removed, a mural for the store... To see more on this story, pick up the January 21,...

A pay-it-forward challenge fueled by kindness, community spirit, and locally purchased gift cards, has been spreading like wildfire in New Prague.  (Lisa Ingebrand Photo )

A pay-it-forward challenge is rapidly spreading through New Prague, and local businesses couldn’t be happier. The challenge, which involves an individual receiving a gift card to a local business then buying multiple gift cards to local businesses and gifting them to friends (challenging them to...
Residents and staff at Mala Strana Rehabilitation Center and Assisted Living in New Prague and police and fire departments in New Prague and Elko New Market have begun to get the vaccination for COVID-19. Lydia Rasmussen of Mala Strana Rehabilitation Center and Assisted Living said they had a...

The New Prague Snow Drifters converted an old grain bin into a warming shelter. It is located on property belonging to Greg Jindra near a trail.

(Photo courtesy of the New Prague Snow Drifters)

The New Prague Snow Drifters, the local snowmobile club that maintains area snowmobile trails, took time this fall and early winter to convert an old grain bin into a warming shelter for snowmobilers. Club member Brian Jindra said they began discussions this summer. The club’s Trail Coordinators,...
New Prague Utilities crews work on a power line around the 700 block of First Avenue SE on the afternoon of Thursday, Jan. 14, that required a planned power outage. Power was out between 12:30 p.m. to around 2 p.m. for a portion of the southwest side of the city. The area affected was from First...
Help meet the critical need and you may win Super Bowl tickets Give blood at the American Red Cross Blood Drive January 20 and you’ll be entered for a chance to win a trip to Super Bowl LIV! The blood drive will be held at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church at 305 Park Avenue NE, Elysian, from noon until...
Five new firefighters were presented for approval by the Elysian City Council Monday, Jan. 11. Pending an occupational medical exam, Brent Kavitz, McKenzie Kuball, David Schlueter, Tonya Sturdivant, and Tyrel Wendt will be joining the Elysian Fire Department. First Assistant Fire Chief Rich...

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