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Children and parents enjoy the noon ball drop at Eagle View Elementary School in Elko New Market Sunday, Dec. 31. The early celebration of New Year’s Eve was hosted by Crossroads Church and was an event for families that offered games and treats. More than 150 people attended. (Patrick Fisher photo)

More than 150 people, mostly children with their families, celebrated the new year early with a ball drop at noon during the second annual Noon Year’s Eve Ball Drop Sunday, Dec. 31, at Eagle View Elementary School in Elko New Market. “It seemed like a bigger crowd than last year,” said Pastor...

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Husband and wife team Chef Daniel Garza (left) and now business partner Cara Sutton stand outside of the American Legion in Montgomery and home of their new restaurant, Taco Terco, which will open in January 2024. For them, the Legion holds a special meaning for this collaboration.

    The American Legion in Montgomery has had a banner out front for a few weeks now advertising a new restaurant coming called Taco Terco. It is a partnership between the Legion and Taco Terco’s owners, Chef Daniel Garza and his wife Cara Sutton. The restaurant is set to open in the first part of...
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Le Sueur County Sheriff and Montgomery Police on scene where a deceased woman was found in her vehicle late Thursday afternoon.

Diana Turek, age 65 of Montgomery, was found deceased in her vehicle in front of Edel’s Meat Market at 116 1st Street North in Montgomery Thursday, Dec. 21. A female customer arriving at the meat market noticed Turek in the vehicle and knocked on the window but got no response. She made a call to...

Pictured right to left: Claire Landrum, sophomore class treasurer, Lindy Caldwell, senior class president, Josie Volkmann, student council president, Alenka Jans, sophomore class president. Standing: Kandi Larson, Le Sueur County Child Support Supervisor and Nora Ell, senior class secretary. (Submitted photo)

The WEM Student Council sponsored a very successful clothes drive and giving tree for gift donation to Le Sueur County for the holiday season. Tatum Richards, Student Council Vice President, and Trey Richards, 9th grade Vice President, donated a lighted Christmas Tree for the ornaments to be placed...
With more than 1,800 individuals buried at Cedar Hill Cemetery in Elysian, keeping memorial flowers watered has now become easier. A yard hydrant has been added to the property, located near the center of the cemetery behind the newer section of grave markers. “They did this street (SW Maple Ave),...
Charges have been officially filed in Le Sueur County Juvenile Court against three juveniles stemming from an incident which occurred in rural Madison Lake/Le Sueur County on October 9. According to Le Sueur County Juvenile Court, the charges range from felony harassment based upon bias, gross...
After rebounding from a tough loss, New Prague High School’s boys’ ice hockey team is playing well and rolling. It might not be a time to rest for the holiday break. But New Prague coach Brad Drazan said the team will work on some of the nagging little things that still need to be cleaned up...

Eileen Segna (left) of Aging Services for Communities in Montgomery delivers donated supplies from the Sharing Tree to the Montgomery Area Emergency Medical Services team to use in their on-call staffing area. The area is used for members who come from further away to work and spend the night so Montgomery’s ambulance service is staffed consistently 24 hours a day. Pictured next to Segna, from the left, are EMR Edgar Solorzano, EMT Sam Lieberman, EMT and Supply Steward Thomas Stonehouse, and Paramedic and Director Jason Gangloff. (Jarrod Schoenecker photo)

Every year in Montgomery, community members spread Christmas cheer and the joy of the holiday season with the Sharing Tree. The project brings together businesses, volunteers, and generous residents to ensure the holiday wishes of those in need are fulfilled. Aging Services for Communities (ASC),...

Taylor Hindermann holds her son, Kip, at their home in Montgomery. Kip is the subject of a new children’s book about special needs inclusion that needs Kickstarter funds still to be published. (Mike Mallow photo)

When Montgomery resident Taylor Hindermann was pregnant with her youngest son, doctors informed her that her son would have medical challenges. Kip Hindermann was diagnosed with fetal ascites when Taylor was 18 weeks pregnant. He was born with gastrointestinal issues and a malformed abdomen. These...

Brad and Samantha Miller of New Prague and their children, (from left) Wyatt, Ariana and Jayden, recently celebrated Brad’s return home in time for Christmas from a deployment to Djibouti in the horn of Africa. Master Sgt. Brad Miller is a flight engineer on a C-130 cargo aircraft with the 133rd Aircraft Wing. The 133rd arrived back in the Twin Cities Dec. 8 in time for its members to enjoy the holiday with their families. (Submitted photo)

New Prague airman finished the mission to make it home in time He tried not to dwell on the upcoming holiday with his wife and children back half way around the world. Instead, Master Sgt. Brad Miller focused on his work each day and maintained confidence he and his fellow airmen would be home for...

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