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More than 130 cars made up the Heidelberg Community Day Car Show on Sunday. (Wade YOung photo)

After a year off due to COVID-19, the Heidelberg Athletic Association’s annual event for its park and pavilion returned Sunday with strong support from area communities. “It was the best turnout!” said Therese Hlavac, one of the event’s organizers. “Every dollar we earn goes into the Park, because...

One Book, One New Prague had around 100 people show up at Next Chapter Winery last weekend. (Pamela Sherlock photo)

All the elements came together for this year’s One Book, One New Prague event at Next Chapter Winery last weekend: good weather, an entertaining author, and an engaged group of about 100 readers. The event was sponsored by the New Prague Community Action Network, Scott County Library, Next Chapter...
First Bank & Trust of New Prague announced on its Facebook site that the Dozinky Medallion has been found. Amanda Myers, Wendy Anderson, and Anne Stroening discovered the medallion. The bank has an annual hunt for the medallion, which is hidden somewhere in the community, and people depend on...
Elko New Market observed the 20th anniversary of the events of September 11, 2001 on Saturday, Sept. 11, with a large US flag flying from a fire truck from the Elko New Market Fire Department. The department and the Elko New Market Police Department held a joint open house from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on...
Proud Irishmen and women--and those who are Irish at heart--are shining up their shamrocks in anticipation for Kilkenny’s Halfway to St. Paddy’s Day celebration this Saturday, September 11. Dale and Kathleen Hamele, longtime Kilkenny residents and business owners, have been named this year’s grand...

Doris Coghill presented “Czech Glass, Beads, and Jewelry” at the Arts & Heritage Center on Saturday as part of the display, “A Kaleidoscope of Czech Heritage” (Photo courtesy of Jean Keogh)

A colorful display of Czech beads and jewelry on Saturday continued the “Kaleidoscope of Czech Heritage” display at the Arts & Heritage Center. Doris “Dee” Coghill, a member of the Czech Heritage Group, the organization responsible for the display, brought her display, which represents the area...
According to an independent facility planning company, buildings in the Tri-City United District need improving, despite the recent multi-million-dollar bond referendum projects the district is finishing. The suggestions were made by Sitelogiq, a Minneapolis-based planning, design, and management...

Students from Montgomery, Le Center, Lonsdale and areas are honing their chess skills thanks to an offering through TCU Community Education. A tournament is held every spring. (Submitted photo)

Pawns, rooks, knights, bishops … area youth are making their moves by learning and honing their skills in the game of chess. Special Education Teacher Collin Scott (TCU Montgomery) started offering chess tournaments three years ago as a way for kids to get involved in an activity. The events...
The September 1, 2021, issue of the Belle Plaine Herald, will be the last. The newspaper’s owners, the Townsend Family, announced the news on its front page this week. “The Townsend Family is sadly publishing the final edition of the Belle Plaine Herald, after nearly 140 years of covering the...

A 1947 Farmall H, owned by Zack Matson of Montgomery, takes part in the daily parade at the Le Sueur County Pioneer Power Show on Saturday, Aug. 28. (Patrick Fisher photo)

A large crowd and good weather greeted The Le Sueur County Pioneer Power Show Friday Aug. 27, through Sunday, Aug. 29. The annual show features tractors of all years, sizes and models. “We had extremely good attendance this year,” said Bill Thelemann of the Pioneer Power Tractor Show. “We dodged...

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