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In a special meeting Monday, the TCU School Board approved five personnel items. Among them was the resignation of Superintendent Dr. Teri Preisler. In an electronic communication to district residents, Preisler said it is an honor to serve the Tri-City United School District, students, staff,...
A 34-year-old man died in a two-vehicle car crash Monday evening, Jan. 27, in Lonsdale. Anthony Joseph Mancino, of Glencoe, was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident that happened at the intersection of Highway 19 and County Road 2. It occurred at 5:24 p.m. Mancino was not wearing a...

TCU High School named the members of the Titans' royal court on January 27. They are seniors (left to right): Front - Kali Ryks, Mikayla Malecha, Giselle Sanchez, Carolyn Mikel, and Audrey Wasiloski. Back - Isaiah Velarde, Evan Choudek, Andrew Trnka, Hunter Stevens, and Jose Reyes. Coronation will take place at the school on Friday, Jan. 31 at 12:30 p.m. Lisa Ingebrand photo

Ten Tri-City United High School seniors were named to the Titans' 2020 Royal Sno-Ball Court, Monday afternoon. The five young ladies include: • Audrey Wasiloski, daughter of Brooks and Kimberly Wasiloski of Le Center • Carolyn Mikel, daughter of Brian and Cathy Mikel of Lonsdale • Giselle...
The cast and crew of New Prague High School’s one act play “Silent Sky” celebrate after winning first place at the Sub-Section Performance Saturday, Jan. 25. The students now advance to the Section Final Performance on Saturday, Feb. 1, at Shakopee High School. The one act that places first there...

Joan Markytan (left) shared her story of living and working on Alaska’s remote Raspberry Island in the mid-1960s following a Lake Area Historians’ meeting, Jan 20. Markytan’s husband, Ken, disappeared while fishing. His capsized boat was later located, but his body was never found. (Submitted photo)

Joan Markytan of Elysian was the guest speaker at the Lake Area Historians meeting, Monday night, January 20. Markytan shared her experience of living with her husband, Ken, at Raspberry Island (near Kodiak) in Alaska in the mid-1960s. Markytan’s husband was a pilot and always wanted to be a bush...
The Tri-City High School Titans are gearing up for its annual Sno-Ball week January 27 to 31, and students are taking the reins on a new activity. Teacher and Sno-Ball advisor Carey Lang said this year’s Sno-Ball theme is “Candyland,” and that high school staff is collecting nominees for royalty...

The cast and crew of New Prague High School’s One Act Play “Silent Sky” pause from their rehearsal on Tuesday, Jan. 21. The 20 students will give a free performance of the play this Friday, Jan. 24, at 7:30 p.m. at the high school auditorium. (Patrick Fisher photo)

New Prague area residents can get a look at the work of 20 New Prague High School students with a free performance this Friday, Jan. 24, of the One Act Play “Silent Sky” by Lauren Gunderson. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. at the high school auditorium, 221 12th St. NE. “The show is shaping up well. The kids...

The Le Sueur County Board of Commissioners include (front, from left) Danny O’Keefe, Steven J. Rohlfing, (back) County Attorney Brent Christian, David Gliszinski, Lance Wetzel, and John King. (Jay Schneider photo)

Le Sueur County and the City of Kilkenny have reached an agreement pertaining to law enforcement services. During the Jan. 21 Le Sueur County Board of Commissioners meeting, Sheriff Brett Mason presented a contract that has the county providing law enforcement to the City of Kilkenny. City...

New Prague High School’s candidates for Snoball Royalty are (left to right, front row) Queen candidates Danielle Anderson, Chloe Jones, Danielle Solheid, Madi Crawford, Sarah Berg, Lauren Moravchik, Lauren Kuehl, Kaidyn Mulvihill; (back row) King candidates Josh Anderson, Jacob Anderson, Brian Hennes, Matt Schmidt, Cade Pavek, Thomas Eckstein, Jake Trachte and Luke Tupy. (Submitted photo)

Snoball Week will be celebrated at New Prague High School from Monday, Jan. 27, to Friday, Jan. 31. The annual week-long event includes dress up days, a Dodgeball Tournament, the coronation of Snoball King and Queen and the Snoball Dance. The Dress Up Days for Snoball are Monday - Groutfit/ Comfy...
A crash has stopped traffic on Highway 60 between Waterville and Elysian. At 11:24 a.m. on Tuesday, January 21, tow trucks were arriving on scene. Traffic is backed up in both directions. Take a different route. Information regarding the crash will be posted when it becomes available.

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