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Ashley Robinson (pictured, top right) passed away on Oct. 10 due to COVID-19. The young mother, her daughters, her boyfriend Chris Schlie, and Schlie’s children are pictured at their Sept. 12 belt testing at Lea’s Champion Tae Kwon Do Academy in Mankato. Pictured (left to right): Front - Wesson Pelzel-Schlie. Middle row - Eva Pelzel-Schlie, Bella Robinson, and Lexi Robinson. Back row - Chris Schlie, Annie Fuerstenberg, and Robinson. (Photo courtesy of Chris Schlie)

Ashley Robinson, a 2007 graduate of Waterville-Elysian-Morristown High School, died of COVID-19 on Sunday, October 10 at United Hospital in St. Paul. She was 32. She leaves behind three daughters, 12-year-old Annie, 10-year-old Bella, and 8-year-old Lexi. Robinson’s long-time friend, Katie (Hering...

The Tri-City United student section proudly sported pink for the Titan volleyball team’s Dig Pink Night.
The event raised money for cancer patient, Lucinda Rose of Montgomery. (Wade Young photo)

Titan volleyball fans and players traded their school colors of Columbia blue, silver and black for pink on Tuesday, Oct. 5, marking the school’s annual Dig Pink Night. The event is an annual fundraiser organized by the TCU Volleyball Booster Club that fills the high school gymnasium in support of...

Woody Odendahl of Webster, age 6, organized a car show at his family’s home. Woody, front, is with his parents Kristina and Joe Odendahl. (Photo courtesy of the Odendahl family)

Woody Odendahl, son of Kristina and Joe Odendahl of Webster, is obsessed with cars, especially classic cars and old cars. Woody likes cars so much that he organized a car show on Sunday, Oct. 3, where more than 60 vehicles showed up. An amazing effort for a 6 year old. “We spent the summer taking...
The New Prague School Board held its work shop on Monday, Oct. 11, where Director of Operations Craig Most detailed the transportation challenges that the school district is facing. The challenge is due to not having enough drivers for the school district’s bus routes. It is a situation that other...

A photo booth was one of the activities at the Memorial Duck Cup’s Stomp the Stigma Gala on Friday, Oct. 8, at the Hotel Broz in New Prague. (Submitted photo)

The Memorial Duck Cup held its Stomp the Stigma Gala at the Hotel Broz in New Prague on Friday, Oct. 8. From top to bottom and inside and out Hotel Broz on Main Street was decked out in purple and lights by organizers of Stomp the Stigma Gala in an effort to “Light up the Darkness” and support...
LCHS Goals: Elysian Museum, technology updates, artifact inventory Le Sueur County Historical Society (LCHS) has been busy. The society, which aims to collect, preserve, and tell the story of Le Sueur County, will be holding its October meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 19 in New Prague at the New Prague...
Tom Chromy, left, tapes a message just before he tees off from the first hole at the New Prague Golf Club around 6:30 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 15, with him are Kurt Ruehling, PGA and Director of Golf Operations at the club, and Chromy’s golf partner Tim Neeser of New Prague. Chromy plans to shoot 65...
Kids dressed in winter clothes, sitting on a colored brick wall, pointing to fireworks make up this year’s official button for the annual Torchlight Parade and Fireworks celebration. Out of hundreds of entries from TCU Schools and Most Holy Redeemer, Wendoli Castaneda-Gonzalez, a fifth grader at...
It was a busy evening on Thursday, Oct. 7, as the New Prague Chamber of Commerce held its Ladies Night Out from 5-8 p.m. Area businesses participated in the evening of shopping and fun as there were specials, prizes and treats for those who came out to New Prague businesses. The theme was Fall into...

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