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Sarah Kallal and her friends (from left) Steph LaBelle, Kallal, Livie Kallal and Heather King will be dancing the night away at a dance party Saturday, Nov. 4, 7 p.m. to midnight, at the Park Ballroom. The event is meant to celebrate the empowerment and community of girls and women. (John Mueller photo)

They hope any woman or girl in the community who wants to attend the event will be there. Sarah Kallal of New Prague and her friends are planning an event they hope will build a strong, uniting bond and help strengthen the sense of community. The event will include a disc jockey, Saturday, Nov. 4,...
When it comes to casual conversation, Kim Doyle is occasionally asked about her plans for retirement. The question grates, slightly, on her patience. After 35 years as a Catholic school principal, Doyle is not yet ready to write the next chapter in her life. Doyle enjoys her job. She cherishes the...
After denying a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) submitted by Jacob Lee, the Elysian City Council has decided to revisit the request after meeting with Lee during their October regular council meeting. A public hearing was held to consider the CUP request of Lee to convert the car wash building located...

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Last week’s rains may have kept farmers out of the field, but the progress of harvest season remains ahead of schedule. According to the USDA, Minnesota’s corn harvest was 75 percent complete as of Oct. 30, falling behind the 77 percent from a year ago. “The weather has been kind of an issue.” Chip...

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Member’s of the Montgomery Chamber of Commerce and Molter’s Fresh Market gather while owner Mark Molter cuts the ribbon to celebrate the opening of his first Minnesota store in Montgomery. A grand opening celebration is planned for this Saturday, Nov. 4, with free food, special discounts, a prize...

Part of the Day of the Dead display at Most Holy Redeemer School, coordinated by Alejandra Montez De Oca and her mother Laura Correa. (Jarrod Schoenecker photo)

Many families of Most Holy Redeemer School celebrated Halloween early on Friday, Oct. 27. They were greeted with various games with prizes, goodie bags, activities and a very popular dinner — hot dogs! Some of the games included a homemade ring toss and a magnetic dart board. The prizes vary from...

The house raided in Montgomery on Oct. 25 by the Cannon River Drug and Violent Offender Task Force. The house is within a block of Tri-City United Elementary and Middle School. (Mike Mallow photo)

In a press release from the Cannon River Drug and Violent Offender Task Force (CRDVOTF) on Oct. 27, agents were said to be conducting a narcotics investigation over several weeks on a residence at 203 Boulevard Avenue NE in Montgomery. The residence is within a block to the north side of Tri-City...

Four members of the Montgomery Degree of Honor organization. Three of them, standing, are celebrating their 50th year in the club. They are, from left to right, Mark Richter, Mary (Ruhland) Tupy and Stacey (Pan) Brown. Sitting in the front is Harriet Soukup, the oldest member at age 95. Soukup has been a member the longest, being a member for 78 years. (Jarrod Schoenecker photo)

Sitting around a u-shaped table set-up at Montgomery City Hall on an average Wednesday, Oct. 25, were a group of humble, happy, kind and welcoming people meeting as members of the Degree of Honor. The celebration this month — acknowledging the members that have made it to 50 years with the...

The members of the WEM football team posed for a photo with their pre-game cooks, Sue Roemhildt and Mary Lee Androli, who have prepared and served meals to the team the day before every game this season, thanks to donations from more than 20 local businesses. (Jay Schneider photo)

Thanks to the generosity of nearly two dozen businesses and two grandmothers, the WEM football team has been provided a pre-game team meal before every football game this season. The WEM football booster club received thousands of dollars in donations from area businesses to allow the Buccaneer...

Leslie Shawn Sanders

Larry Myers, a 79-year-old Vietnam veteran, died after receiving a severe beating from a road rage incident with Leslie Shawn Sanders in June 2022. Myers suffered facial fractures and a significant brain injury in the ordeal, was placed on life support and passed away nine days after the incident...

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