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The Postal Service is good to go on its plan to slow down the mail and implement aggressive price increases, according to the Postal Regulatory Commission in a pair of decisions handed down this week. The PRC expressed skepticism about the wisdom of adding an additional day to service standards for...

The Rustic Farmer’s “12 Days of Czechmas” display won first place in this year’s Window Display Contest. (Photo courtesy of MACC)

Seven businesses participated in this year’s Christmas-themed Kolacky Days Window Display Contest. Moonshot on Main’s window display at The Rustic Farmer, which is located at 209 1st St. S., earned the most points—an impressive 525 points. Judges could award each entry up to 40 points for theme, 40...

Susan Bliss of Waterville has turned her yard into a Certified Wildlife Habitat. The garden, which provides food, water, cover, and living space for area wildlife, received the prestigious designation from the National Wildlife Federation last summer. (Lisa Ingebrand photo)

She’s happy in her garden. On summer nights, there’s no place Susan Bliss of Waterville would rather be than sitting in her 25’ x 50’ garden, visiting with family members or friends, and watching critters scurry, flutter, and hop around her blooming plants. “It’s rewarding to see more and more bees...
National Night Out (Night to Unite) will be held Tuesday, August 3. The 17th annual Elysian National Night Out will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Lake Francis City Park. There will be a free meal consisting of hot dogs, chips, and a drink, door prizes, bounce house, face painting, and a...
But will be required to wear them on the bus Recommendations and requirements will be two words school districts will be looking very closely at before the start of the 2021-22 school year. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, they are recommending indoor mask-wearing for...
Jazmin Simon, center, of Coborn’s Marketplace in New Prague serves up a meal during the grocery store’s Drive-thru Guest Appreciation Dinner on Wednesday, July 28. Held from 4-6 p.m. Coborn’s hit 300 meals served at the 45 minute mark of the event. The meal included BBQ pork sandwiches with sides...
Officer Bryan Tupy, who began with the Montgomery Police Department in October 2019, unexpectedly passed away on Monday, July 26, 2021. Officer Tupy began his law enforcement career as a part-time officer for the City of Le Center in 2015. Officer Tupy generally worked the afternoon or night...
Officer Bryan Tupy, who began with the Montgomery Police Department in October 2019, unexpectedly passed away on Monday, July 26, 2021. Officer Tupy began his law enforcement career as a part-time officer for the City of Le Center in 2015. Officer Tupy generally worked the afternoon or night...

A city work crew briefly blocked off a section of Waterville's Main Street after large branches downed power lines, Wednesday morning, July 28.

Rain and high winds blasted through the area Wednesday morning, July 28, causing damage. Tree damage in various areas has been reported. A city work crew briefly blocked off a section of Waterville's Main Street after large branches downed power lines. The forecast for the day calls for more storms...
Hy-Vee in New Prague had a ribbon cutting ceremony at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, July 27, attended by representatives of Hy-Vee, its employees, City of New Prague officials, area dignitaries and special guests during its grand opening. The new grocery store had mascots from the Minnesota Timberwolves and...

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