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Representatives from Minnesota School Safety Center take Tri-City United officials, local law enforcement, first responders and county emergency personnel on a tour of the TCU Montgomery campus to look at strengths and weaknesses of the building. (Wade Young Photo)

Providing safer schools was the main goal of the official Tri-City United facility safety self-assessment held on Friday, July 27.   The self evaluation involved administration from TCU, law enforcement from Montgomery, Lonsdale, Le Center, and Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Department, Le Sueur County...
St. Benedict catcher Jeremy Heitkamp tags out Veseli’s Nathan Simon as Simon tried to score during the teams’ playoff game at Veseli Tuesday, July 24. The Saints won the game 7-6 and the best-of-three series two games to none. To see more photos go to newpraguetimes.com. (Chuck Kajer Photo)
The Region 3C playoffs began Sunday, July 29, and already two teams have qualified for the State Class C baseball tournament, which begins August 17 in New Prague, Shakopee and Jordan. New Market and Faribault won second round games on Tuesday, July 31, to earn berths in the tournament. Details on...
  The Montgomery Mallards and Union Hill Bulldogs won their Region 3C playoff games Wednesday, Aug. 1, and are each one win away from a state tournament berth.  The final two spots for the State Class C Tournament from Region 3C will be determined Friday, Aug. 3, with a pair of elimination games....
Micaela Brevig, left, of the Raptor Center, informs children and adults about the red tail hawk she has during Holy Cross School’s Family Fun Night on Tuesday, July 31. There were food trucks, an Elko New Market fire truck and lots of activities. This was the second year the school had the event...
An explosion and fire that destroyed a vacant home in Montgomery early Tuesday morning on July 17, has been ruled as arson by the state fire marshal’s office.   The explosion occurred in the residence located at 104 3rd St. SW, across the street from Most Holy Redeemer Church at 2:15 a.m., and...

New Prague's Justin Novak hops out of the way of an errant pitch during a bunt attempt during the Orioles' 3-2 loss to New Market Tuesday, July 31. New Market and Faribault won games Tuesday to earn berths in the State Class C Tournament, which begins August 17 in New Prague and Shakopee. 

The New Market Muskies and Faribault Lakers became the first two Region 3C teams to qualify for the State Class C Baseball Tournament with wins Tuesday evening.  In Veseli, the Muskies took a 2-0 lead in their game against New Prague, but the Orioles’ Eric Wagner belted a two-run home run to tie it...
  DRS playoffs Game Friday, July 27 Shakopee 7, Prior Lake 3 (Shakopee wins series 2-1)   Region playoffs   Sunday, July 29 Double elimination, first round New Market 8, Shakopee 2 New Prague 13, Montgomery 3 Faribault 10, Union Hill 5 St. Patrick 7, St. Benedict 3   Tuesday, July 31 Winners...
Formerly of New London, Marilyn Joyce (Retzlaff) Sawall age 80, died on Thursday, July 26, 2018, in Minnesota.    She was born on December 25, 1937, in Appleton. In 1977, Marilyn moved to Minnesota with her husband and children. Marilyn had a deep love for Christ Jesus and was continually searching...
Montgomery has new ambassadors after the Kolacky Days Pageant on Friday. Crowned Queen is Rianna Doyle, daughter of Ted and Anne Doyle. First Princess went to Elizabeth Trnka, daughter of Jon and Ronna Trnka. Second Princess is Maggie Trnka, daughter of Mike Trnka and the late Tanya Trnka. The...

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