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Above is a sample of the contents that will be in the kindergarten, preschool, birth-toddler kit that New Prague Area Schools Early Learning will be distributing this summer. The kits were created through a $20,000 grant from the Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation. (Submitted photo)

New Prague Area Schools (NPAS) Early Learning received a $20,000 grant earlier this year from the Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation (SMIF), which will be used for several early learning initiatives. SMIF announced on April 27 that Early Learning will receive the grant. This grant allows NPAS...

John Pohland, right, has been hired as the new band director for New Prague High School. He and his wife Mary Kate look forward to moving to the New Prague area. (Submitted photo)

John Pohland has been hired as New Prague High School’s new band director, pending approval by the New Prague School Board. For the past 15 years Pohland has been the band director at Waconia High School where he taught three curricular bands, the Wind Ensemble, Concert Band and Symphonic Band. He...
Montgomery Music in the Park tonight has been MOVED to the Montgomery American Legion Post at 7 p.m. due to the heat advisory! Tonight's music will be by the Mary Guentzel Quintet. This group performs the great standards from the 30s and 40s, along with select favorites from more recent decades....

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A Montgomery man faces felony charges after he and a female victim were found naked in Sand Creek in Jordan following a car crash into the creek on Wednesday, June 2. According to a summary of the incident provided by the Jordan Police Department, Jared Scott Herman, 38, of Montgomery was arrested...

Seniors at TCU High School received real-world interview training on May 11 when the school held mock interviews. (Photo courtesy of TCU High School)

Before the seniors of TCU Class of 2021 entered the real world after graduation, they received some interview training at an event that brought in business professionals from around the area. The TCU High School Real World Communications Class conducted Mock Interviews on May 11 in the high school...
The 56th Annual Waterville Bullhead Days celebration may look a little bit different this year, but many of the yearly favorites are returning after a year off due to COVID in 2020. One of the biggest differences will be the absence of a carnival. The Bullhead Days Committee felt they would wait...

Waterville’s retired family physician Dr. Marilyn Waldschmidt and local healthcare workers have been named the grand marshals of 2021 Bullhead Days. Waldschmidt is pictured with a few honors she received for her work in the local Lions Club. (Photo courtesy of Dr. Walschmidt)

Retired family physician Dr. Marilyn Waldschmidt, who tended to the medical needs of local residents for 22 years, and local healthcare workers have been named the grand marshals of Waterville’s 2021 Bullhead Days celebration. Waldschmidt retired from medical practice in April 2020 and was slated...

Shelley Strano of Waterville is the owner of Waterville’s newest business, Cool Wave Coffee. Strano is pictured above with her husband, Joe. (Lisa Ingebrand photo)

When Shelley Strano moved to Waterville three years ago, she asked what she thought was a simple question: Where’s the coffee shop? To her surprise, the town didn’t have one. So, the coffee fanatic and mother of six, decided to open her own little shop—a welcoming place community members and...

This year’s candidates vying for a royal Kolacky Days title were announced Monday. Pictured are (from left) Ronni Smith, Aubrey Filter, Jamie Nelson, Queen Rachel Rynda, First Princess Marissa Gare, Second Princess Nikaija Young, Miss Congeniality Rachel Way, Ellaina Novak, Haley Goettl, and Grace Barnett. (Wade Young Photo)

The Montgomery Area Community Club, the organization responsible for organizing Kolacky Days, announced this year’s candidates for the Kolacky Days Queen Pageant. The candidates are Ronni Smith, daughter of Jill and Clint Smith; Aubrey Filter, daughter of Jessie and Andy Filter; Grace Barnett,...
At its Monday, June 7, meeting the New Prague City Council selected its four finalists for the position of City Administrator. The four individuals who will participate in the interview process are Brent Hinson, Dan Madsen, Joshua Tetzlaff and Jason Tobin. The interview process will take place on...

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