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New Prague High School hold its coronation of Snoball Royalty during a pepfest Friday afternoon. Feb. 1. Brooklynn Isley and Noah Weichert were crowned Snoball queen and king. The royal court is pictured (front row, left to right) Danielle Burns, Baylee Rezac, Junior Princess Abigail Bisek, Junior...
The fire detectors and the WEM School in Waterville were activated when an air-handler belt broke and caused another to create a lot of smoke in the mechanical room. Friday, Feb. 1 at approximately 12:40 p.m. The students were all evacuated until Building and Maintenance Director Scott Allen and...
The One Act cast and crew includes (front, from left) seniors Jaylee Hanvelt, Lizzie Christian, Andrick Wagner, Kenzie Harstad, Kelly Vlasak, (back) Chloe Triden, Alex Bass, Jack Erickson, Carolyn Mikel, Wyatt Hatlevig, Brooke Holicky, and Nicole Schweitzer. (Photo courtesy of TCU Schools)
Tri-City United High School’s One Act advanced to Section Competition after placing second in last week’s Subsections in Jordan. Belle Plaine placed first. Section competition will be held on Saturday in St. Peter High School and will see Belle Plaine again, as well as Maple River, NRHEG, St. Peter...
The WEM Board of Education is continuing through the process of planning for the upcoming building project. A construction manager, R.A. Morton & Associates, Inc., had been selected earlier this month after interviews with four companies. With this part in place, the board will approve the sale...
Sydney Mitchell of Waterville discusses agricultural issues with U.S. Under Secretary of Agriculture, Ted McKinney. (Photo courtesy of Kim Greenwald-Mitchell)
A project aimed at informing young people about the many career opportunities available in agriculture recently landed five 4-Hers a trip to Washington, D.C. 4-Hers Sydney and Addison Mitchell, daughters of David and Kim Greenwald- Mitchell of Waterville, and Olivia Balfanz, daughter of Missy and...
“Overwhelming” is how the Goulson family of New Prague felt on Friday, Jan. 25, as more than 450 people attended a fundraiser at Ridges at Sand Creek Golf Course near Jordan. The fundraiser was to show support and help the family with expenses not covered by insurance as mom Diane Goulson undergoes...
Bill Middlecamp, center, talks with Gabriel and Isaiah Podratz and their mom Ana Podratz, listening off to the right is Jason Fife. One of the boys had done a science fair project about climate change and its effects on soil erosion. He asked Middlecamp about it, who took the question very seriously and gave a couple of examples of how climate change can result in dramatic erosion. (Submitted photo)
In its continuing series New Prague Community Action Network (NPCAN) had a Community Conversation on Sunday, Jan. 27, about Stewarding the Earth: Realities, Responsibilities, and Opportunities. Held at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, they also partnered with FaithPoint Lutheran Church, NewDay Church...
Staff writer and columnist Lisa Ingebrand, who works for the Lake Region Life, Elysian Enterprise, and the Montgomery Messenger, was honored for her writing during the 2019 Minnesota Newspaper Association’s (MNA) Annual Convention on January 24 in Bloomington. Ingebrand earned third place honors...
Due to the dangerously cold weather that is forecast for tomorrow morning, New Prague Area Schools will be closed Thursday, January 31st. This will be another blended learning day. The school closure includes Preschool Programs. Childcare programs including WRAP and Kids Company will be open from...
Tri-City United schools will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, Jan 31st due to cold weather & bus transportation concerns. Our bus company has been closely monitoring our fleet and reports that the cold weather is causing concerns about reliable bus transportation. Preschool will be closed. TCU...

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