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The Montgomery American Legion Auxiliary Unit 79 is sponsoring a lunch for all area veterans on Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018, at the American Legion Clubrooms. Lunch will be served at noon.   All area Veterans are asked to please sign up at the Legion Club or call 507-364-7779 to sign up no later than...
In a special meeting on November 1, the Tri-City United School Board hired a new Community Education Director.    Layne Wilbright will begin his position with TCU on Monday, Nov. 19. He comes from Le Sueur where he holds dual roles as the city’s Parks and Recreation Director, and the Community...

The WEM volleyball team won its 4th straight South Sub-Section Championship Thursday, Nov. .1 They defeated St. Clair in four sets to win the title and advance to their fourth straight Section 2A Championship. The Bucs will face two-time defending Class A State Champions, Mayer Lutheran, Saturday, Nov. 3 at 6 p.m. at Mankato East High School. The winner will advance to the Class A State Tournament, which starts Thursday, Nov. 8 at either 1 or 3 p.m.

The Waterville-Elysian-Morristown volleyball team claiimed its 4th straight South Sub-Section Championship Thursday,. Nov. 1, defeating St. Clair 25-27, 25-23, 25-15, and 25-16 at Mankato East. The Bucs will face the North Sub-Section Champions, Mayer Lutheran, for fourth straight time in the...
The Lake Region Area will feature a number of races in local community elections. The WEM School Board will also have an election and a building bond to vote on. In Elysian, Shawn Anderson, Tom McBroom. Pat Nusbaum, and Roger Quiram are vying for the position as mayor. Bobby Houlihan, Dennis...
The Cannon River Watershed Partnership (CRWP) staff gathered stories from watershed residents about how their community and lakes are doing. This project of the CRWP dealt with “Lake Stories” from the Waterville Creek Watershed. The CRWP staff interviewed eight community members about the following...
A Waterville woman sustained non-life threatening injuries after a one-vehicle crash Monday morning, October 29, in Elysian Township. Christina Kepner, 50, of Waterville was driving a 2008 Mazda 6 westbound on Highway 60 in Le Sueur County when the vehicle drifted off the roadway to the left and...
The Waterville Area Chamber of Commerce held an election October 18. Bill Conlin, Del Point, and Todd Schwartz were elected to serve three-year terms on the Chamber’s Board of Directors. Wendy Davis and Sean McCaslin were elected to serve two-year terms on the board. This filled five of the seven...
Voters in the New Prague area, along with the rest of Minnesota and the United States, head to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 6. They will decide who will represent them at various levels of government ranging from local to national offices. At stake is control of the US Senate and Congress, Minnesota...
Among those helping at the Hops for Hope benefit on Saturday, Oct. 27, are, from left, Marc Smith, Julie Smith, Laurie Meger, JeNean Erickson, Joann Kartak, Patty Solheid, holding Gia Schultz, and Jane Gerold. The event at Giesenbrau Bier Co. in New Prague was a benefit for the Minnesota/North Dakota/South Dakota Chapter of the ALS Association. (Patrick Fisher Photo)
“The turnout has just been overwhelming, it’s amazing,” said JeNean Erickson about Hops for Hope, a benefit for the Minnesota/North Dakota/South Dakota Chapter of the ALS Association. Held on Saturday, Oct. 27, at Giesenbrau Bier Co. in New Prague, the benefit had more than 500 people attend and...
From a broken sanitary sewer service line to brand new sidewalks that are cracked, the city councilors of Lonsdale are not pleased with work completed by contractors this year. “It’s not acceptable,” Lonsdale Mayor Tim Rud said of the emergency repair work needed on the sewer line. “We should not...

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