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In a six-to-one vote, the Tri-City United School Board approved providing transportation for Most Holy Redeemer students while students of TCU are in distance learning mode. The decision was not made lightly, and board members expressed that many hours of thought and consideration went into the...
All it took was one clue and 15 minutes of searching for a group of cousins to find this year’s Christmas medallion. Max and Mikayla Segna, and Ruby and Jaxson Vosejpka found this year’s Torchlight Parade and Fireworks medallion in Memorial Park shortly after the first clue hit newsstands on...

John Kubes hangs one of the wreaths at the Montgomery Boy Scout tree stand on Sunday. (Wade Young photo)

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at R & R Metal Works on Hwy. 13 North after the Boy Scout Troop 322 set up their annual Christmas tree lot on Saturday. The Scouts set up their lot on Saturday morning. Like previous years, they are selling Scotch Pine, White Pine, Balsam and Fraser...
This Thanksgiving, like previous years, we will all give thanks. Unlike past years, this Thanksgiving is a time like no other. More than 55 million people worldwide have contracted the coronavirus, and more than 1.3 million people (almost 250,000 in U.S.) have died as a result of it. At this time...

Veteran Dallas Horejsi is pictured with his wife, Marsha. (Submitted photo)

Dallas Jerome, son of Charles and Leona (Honza) Horejsi, was born March 25, 1948, at the hospital in New Prague. He had four brothers and three sisters—Dennis, Donald, twins Donna and Duane, Dalleen, Darrell, and Diane. As a young farm boy, Dallas grew up about four miles southeast of Montgomery...

Jordyn Brownlee tips the ball during the TCU game against Southwest Christian on Thursday night in Montgomery. (Wade Young photo)

The TCU Volleyball Team ended its shortened season, Friday, Nov. 20 with a 3-2 win over Sibley East High School. Like other Minnesota high schools, the Titans’ season was cut short to Friday due to the global coronavirus pandemic and the governor’s restrictions on youth activities to slow the...

Lonsdale Lions President, Alan Fitterer, gives a whiteboard mat and marker to third grader Olivia Horejsi last week. (Photo courtesy of Alan Fitterer)

Third graders in TCU Lonsdale received supplies last week that will help them with distance learning. Approximately 50 Titan third graders in Jennifer Tuma and Lydia Gurthridge’s classes each received a whiteboard mat with an x/y axis on one side and a whiteboard marker from the Lonsdale Lions....
Effective Monday, November 30th, 2020, the Rice County Courthouse is closed due to recent surge of new cases of COVID-19 and increasing concerns for public health.  Chief Justice Lorie S. Gildea issued an Order Governing the Continuing Operations of the Minnesota Judicial Branch on November 20,...
A high school group is making a difference for local people who’ve been hit hardest during the pandemic. The TCU Chapter of the National Honor Society recently held a “Shoe-Boot Drive” asking people to donate gently-used shoes or boots to TCU High School. Allie Schley, NHS Secretary, and Nikaija...

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