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The three public school districts that span the length of Le Sueur County have seen some positive COVID-19 cases and the quarantining of students and staff since the school year started. Questionnaires regarding the status of COVID in the school districts were sent to the superintendents of New...
5K goal: place three service dogs with veterans, first responders A family-friendly 5K event will be held in Waterville next weekend in an effort to raise money to cover the training and placement of three service dogs with deserving veterans and first responders. The event, which is called Sakatah...
An audio recording circulated online last week of a Tri-City United Montgomery choir teacher disciplining his class. The recording was secretly recorded by a student and shared on social media and other news outlets. In the audio, the teacher expresses frustration over some students’ behavior. At...
Lonsdale residents will see a less than 3.1 percent increase in the city’s tax rate in 2022 compared to no change in 2021. This comes as the mayor and city council unanimously approved the preliminary budget and property tax levy on September 30. According to Lonsdale City Administrator Joel...
The Montgomery City Council will have an open seat effective December 1 after its members accepted the resignation of Joy Svoboda in a special meeting on Monday. Mayor Tom Eisert and City Administrator Brian Heck received Svoboda’s resignation on September 21. Heck said she is relocating outside of...

Even Ninjas need help sometimes. Josh Kuchinka (left) helps Thomas Wieland up a rope climb on the inflatable at the Ninja course. (Wade Young photos)

For a day, almost 400 Titans became Ninja Warriors, and their transformation helped raise money for new playground equipment. April Iverson, Treasurer for the TCU Montgomery Parent Teacher Organization, said for a week and a half, kids raised money from family and friends, and encouraged businesses...

Fifth graders eagerly await the start of the St. Wenceslaus Catholic School Marathon event on Saturday morning, October 2. The students were awarded prizes based on the number of laps they completed. (Lisa Ingebrand photo)

As students lined up at the starting line of St. Wenceslaus Catholic School’s fundraising marathon event on Saturday, Oct. 2, they, along with school staff members and parents had a lot to be excited about. The school managed to raise more funds this year than ever before. “This year we collected...

Gopher State Railway Museum member Jeff Braun, left, guides Shane Mahowald in operating the train at the museum. Shane and his family were able to ride the engine and then he was surprised as he was asked if he wanted to drive it down the track at the site. (Patrick Fisher photo)

Shane Mahowald and his parents Bob and Amy Mahowald were out at Gopher State Railway Museum, north of New Prague, on Saturday, Oct. 2, for Shane’s senior photos at Jordan High School. The family got a surprise in that members of the train museum made sure it was a day Shane wouldn’t forget. Shane,...

Mason is pictured with just a few of the surprises he received while at the hospital. (Caring Bridge Photo)

Most people in the stands at the Trojans’ homecoming football game could have probably named the quarterback who led the home team to victory. Even more could have probably named the newly crowned king and queen, but the majority of people in the stands—on both sides of the field—knew the name of a...
Five people were taken to Hennepin County Medical Center Wednesday afternoon, October 6 following a two-vehicle accident in Lonsdale. According to the Minnesota Highway Patrol, Kylie Maxa, 18, of Montgomery, and Jose Leonardo Herrera-Lara, 19, of Le Center, were taken by air ambulance to HCMC...

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