Montgomery Messenger

Junior Dawson Gindt drives toward the basket against Shattuck-Saint Mary’s. (Andrea Nelson photo)

The Titan boys’ basketball team broke its 12-game losing streak when they hosted Shattuck-St. Mary’s on January 14. The Titans won by a score of 65-31. Coach Austin Pinke said the kids have been working hard and they earned the win. “We talk about opportunities and taking advantage of opportunities...
The Tri-City High School Titans are gearing up for its annual Sno-Ball week January 27 to 31, and students are taking the reins on a new activity. Teacher and Sno-Ball advisor Carey Lang said this year’s Sno-Ball theme is “Candyland,” and that high school staff is collecting nominees for royalty...

The TCU team that earned the High School Excellence Award at the VEX Robotics Competition is made up of (front, from left) Marina Garcia Camacho, Tyler Glockner, (back) Jameson Fonseca, Alex Schley, Alex Matchinski, and Cole Walters. Not Pictured are Calvin Rozeboom, Travis Napper, and Riley Pavek. (Submitted photo)

A Robotics Team from Tri-City United High School earned the Excellence Award at a competition at the Austin Public School on January 11. The high school Excellence Award is given to an overall top team. This time it was to the TCU Rock ’em Sock ’em Robots. Organizers said it is the highest honor...

The Le Sueur County Board of Commissioners include (front, from left) Danny O’Keefe, Steven J. Rohlfing, (back) County Attorney Brent Christian, David Gliszinski, Lance Wetzel, and John King. (Jay Schneider photo)

Le Sueur County and the City of Kilkenny have reached an agreement pertaining to law enforcement services. During the Jan. 21 Le Sueur County Board of Commissioners meeting, Sheriff Brett Mason presented a contract that has the county providing law enforcement to the City of Kilkenny. City...
Thomas “Tom” Michaels, 80, of Montgomery, died Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020, at Mayo Clinic Health Systems – New Prague. Memorial services will be held at Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault on Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020 at 12 p.m. Interment will be at Calvary Cemetery, Kilkenny at a later date. Memorial...
In advance of the forecasted heavy snow and winds, the TCU School District cancelled school on Friday, Jan. 17. Through the district's phone-alert system, Superintendent Teri Preisler said the day will be considered a "Blended Learning Day" so students should check for the online work posted by...
MANKATO, Minn. – (3:45 p.m.) With significant snow and strong winds forecast for Friday and Saturday, the Minnesota Department of Transportation advises motorists to plan for difficult driving conditions or make alternate plans. Heavy snowfall combined with moderate winds can dramatically reduce...
Secretary of State Steve Simon is reminding Minnesotans about the beginning of absentee voting for the March 3, 2020, Presidential Nomination Primary. The primary will help determine both the Democratic and Republican party candidates for the November general election. “The presidential...

Tim and Kim Reak of Montgomery hold their newborn baby girl, Blakely Bernice. Blakely was born January 16 and has claimed the title of being Montgomery's New Year's Baby.
Photo courtesy of Tim Reak

It's a girl! The Montgomery Messenger is happy to announce the arrival of Montgomery's New Year's baby, Blakely Bernice Reak, daughter of Tim and Kim (Myhro) Reak of Montgomery. Little Blakely was born at 12:30 a.m. Thursday, January 16, 2020, at Mayo Clinic Health System New Prague Hospital,...
On Tuesday, Jan, 14, Bevcomm, the Blue Earth based telecommunication company, announced it has reached a definitive agreement with Lonsdale Telephone Company to acquire ownership of that Lonsdale based business. Transfer of ownership is pending regulatory approval, which is expected in the first...

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