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PalmerWelcome of New Prague loaned his 1957 Chevrolet Cameo to Mixed Blood Theatre in Minneapolis for its recent production of “Autonomy.” (Photo courtesy of Palmer Welcome)

Any New Prague residents who recently saw Mixed Blood Theatre’s production “Autonomy” may have recognized one of the 40 vintage and unique cars in the show. If a 1957 Chevrolet Cameo Model 2434 seemed familiar, it’s because it was on loan from New Prague’s Palmer Welcome. According to a press...

The TCU High School Band performs one of their songs at the annual Pops Concert. (Wade Young Photo)

The TCU High School Music Department filled its gymnasium with colorful music at the 2019 Spring Pops Concert on Friday, May 17. Under the direction of Band Director Sarah Costello, Choir Director Tyler Frankhouse and Accompanist Robyn Menk, the students struck the right cords and hit the right...

One of the recipients of the Montgomery Community Foundation (MCF) grant will be used toward the restoration of the Montgomery Mural. Pictured are members of the mural’s committee (from left) Mary Simon, MCF President Mick McGuire, Sue Hayes, Dale Ruhland, and Jean Franke.

After less than a year since it formed, the Montgomery Community Foundation is already donating money to make projects happen. The Foundation made donations to two projects at its Spring Fling Social on Thursday, May 9 at the Rustic Farmer. The first $4,000 went to TCU’s Early Childhood for an...
(3:29 p.m. This story has been updated with correct non-renewed contract totals from previous years.) Every year at the end of April, the Tri-City United school board decides on a list of teacher contracts to not renew. This year was no different, yet more discussion and disconnect has come from...
Talk of larger classroom sizes for the 2019-20 school year came into question at the Tri-City United School board meeting Monday night. "We have some major concerns about some of the staffing that we're hearing is going to be…and the sections allowed for next year," said parent Lisa Hoefs. "I voted...
Talk of larger classroom sizes for the 2019-20 school year came into question at the Tri-City United School board meeting Monday night. "We have some major concerns about some of the staffing that we're hearing is going to be…and the sections allowed for next year," said parent Lisa Hoefs. "I voted...
Olivia Quast tries out a tight rope as Katelyn Heimer watches during a garage sale along Bohemia Street in New Prague on Saturday, May 11. New Prague was having its annual City Wide Garage Sales with residents around the community selling a vast array of articles from furniture to clothing to toys...

Eddie Shimota Jr., left, Al Milgrom and Jerry Minar answer questions after the showing of “Singin’ in the Grain” at New Prague High School on Sunday, May 5. The screening sold out more than 600 seats at the high school auditorium. (Patrick Fisher Photo)

A sold out audience attended the fifth official screening of the documentary “Singin’ in the Grain” at the New Prague High School auditorium on Sunday, May 5. More than 600 people gathered for the movie, which is about Czech heritage and music that covers more than 40 years of the Eddie Shimota...
After public comments and an about-face by a council member, the Lonsdale City Council is reweighing how and when to proceed with a new police department and City Hall project. "There's really no point at having further discussions tonight. We discussed and that's where it's at," said Mayor Tim Rud...
After years of alleged closed door practices with its members, murky financial dealings, and anti-democratic processes, which, is the basis of a lawsuit against the Le Sueur County Historical Society (LCHS), the Receiver appointed by a Le Sueur County judge is shedding light on many of the details...

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