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New Prague High School seniors chose their king and queen candidates Tuesday, Jan. 24. Queen candidates are (left to right, back row) Madison Tupy, Lizzie Wieskus, Peyton Plaisance, Kenzie O’Brien, Claire Baribeau, Evie Zack, Lohla Yarolimek, Abi Bartusek; (front row) king candidates are John...
The Elko New Market City Council unanimously approved a request from the Minnesota DNR (Department of Natural Resources) for a 30-day extension on its decision of whether an EAW (Environmental Assessment Worksheet) is needed for a water bottling plant proposed by Niagara Bottling LLC. The decision...

New Prague High School’s cast and crew of its one act play, “Eurydice,” won first place at the Metro West Conference One-Act Play Festival, Saturday, Jan. 21, at NPHS. (Patrick Fisher photo)

For the second straight year, New Prague High School won first place at the Metro West Conference One-Act Play Festival. There were five schools participating in the festival Saturday, Jan. 21, in New Prague High School’s auditorium. New Prague’s production was “Eurydice,” by Sarah Ruhl. The play...

Montgomery Police escort Officer Gordon Prochaska’s body home from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. (Submitted photo)

Gordon Prochaska, age 71, passed away at his residence in Florence, Arizona, on Saturday, January 7, from complications of contracting COVID-19. Off-duty Montgomery Police Chief Nathan Hintz, Sergeant Pete Bulger, and Officer Mike Longbehn escorted Officer Gordon Prochaska’s body home to Montgomery...

Rachel Rynda receives the key to the City of Montgomery and a framed proclamation from Mayor Tom Eisert. Pictured are, from left to right, Francis Rynda (father), Montgomery Community Foundation Chair and city council member Mick McGuire, Rachel Rynda, Mayor Thomas Eisert, and Theresa Rynda (mother). (Jarrod Schoenecker photo)

Minnesota State Fair’s 2022 Princess Kay of the Milky Way and 2020 Kolacky Queen Rachel Rynda received the key to the city and a proclamation honoring her contributions as an exemplary ambassador to the Montgomery area at the Jan. 17 city council meeting. Rynda was first contacted before...

Erin Rossow of Morristown has founded the non-profit Together On Memories (TOM), which aims to help children who are dealing with grief due to the loss of a loved one by providing group grief support groups and helping youth attain individual therapy. Rossow is pictured by her father’s gravesite. (Submitted photo)

A Morristown woman is spearheading a new non-profit, Together On Memories (TOM), that will help children who are experiencing grief due to the loss of a loved one. “The goal is to help in two ways: provide free grief group support at the high school level and also provide assistance finding and...
The Trojans’ varsity jazz team competes at New Prague High School’s invitational Saturday, Jan. 21. The Trojans’ varsity jazz team and varsity high kick team both won the invite. For more see an upcoming print edition of The New Prague Times. (Patrick Fisher photo)

Fifth grade spellers (seated, left to right) Paul Juarez, Murphy McNamara, Nolan O’Malley, Elizabeth Skluzacek, Cooper Sladek, and Taelynn Whipps watch as Faith Pedroza spells a word at the podium during TCU’s 2023 District Spelling Bee on Jan. 12. (Lisa Ingebrand photo)

A fifth grader and an eighth grader were the last two Titans standing in the district’s 2023 Spelling Bee on Thursday afternoon, Jan. 12. The competition was held at TCU Montgomery’s auditorium. Fifth grader Taelynn Whipps held her own in the championship round, which put her up against TCU’s top...

Lauren Irwin, left, pins the officer badge onto her husband Derrick Irwin as he became Elko New Market’s newest police officer during a Thursday, Jan. 12, ceremony. (Patrick Fisher photo)

The Elko New Market City Council honored former police officer Steve Hotaling and welcomed new officer Derrick Irwin to the police department during the council’s Thursday, Jan. 12, meeting. More than 30 people attended, with several family members and friends of Hotaling and Irwin, plus members of...

New Prague High School seniors Savannah Smith, left, and Sophia Metzdorff won the MARS (Mastering Academics and Real-World Skills) Shark Tank competition. The two presented their idea for a line of dishware for senior citizens. (Submitted photo)

New Prague High School seniors Savannah Smith and Sophia Metzdorff are the winners of the MARS (Mastering Academics and Real-World Skills) Business version of Shark Tank. The two had some tough competition, but perhaps the duo’s two toughest opponents was the weather and schedules, as the two-day...

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