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The Elko New Market Police Department reported in a press release that, "On Tuesday, Dec. 21, at approximately 12:20 p.m., New Market Bank in Elko New Market was robbed. No weapon was implied or brandished. Nobody was injured during the incident. The robber fled with an undisclosed amount of money...
The New Prague School District responded to two concerning posts that came through social media. One was an anonymous nationwide threat advocating violence against schools on Friday, Dec. 17, that was being shared on TikTok. The other media post was directed at New Prague and used a racial slur...
A number of school districts around the country, including Tri-City United, are responding to an anonymous threat on TikTok that seemingly warns against students attending class on Friday. The threat, or "challenge,"reportedly calls on students to commit acts of violence on Dec. 17. It does not...

The Le Sueur County Shop with a Cop event was held the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 8, at the Knights of Columbus Hall in New Prague. About 23 children participated in the event with officers from the Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Office, the Sheriff’s Mounted Posse, the New Prague Police Department and the Montgomery Police Department. (Patrick Fisher photo)

The Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Office, with other area law enforcement, held its Shop with a Cop the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 8, at the Knights of Columbus Hall in New Prague. There were 23 children that participated in the annual event that allows children to find gifts for family members and...
A December rainbow stretched across New Prague’s Main Street the afternoon of Wednesday, Dec. 15. A light drizzle led to the rainbow, in some places a double rainbow, as the sky began to clear. The weather forecast for the evening and night calls for the possibility of high winds and rain, a change...

Tri-City United High School students and educators played key roles in creating “The County that CARES” documentary for Le Sueur County. Pictured (left to right): TCU Director of Information Technology and Facilities Carl Menk, senior Alex Matchinski, 2021 graduate Arya Menk, 2016 graduate Austyn Menk, TCU Media Productions teacher Carey Langer, and TCU Teaching and Learning Coordinator Matt Flugum.

Le Sueur County received $3.7 million from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), part of a $2.2 trillion federal economic stimulus bill that was passed in March 2020 in response to the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic. So, how did the county spend those...
The Elko New Market City Council held its Truth in Taxation presentation during its Thursday, Dec. 2, meeting. The council moved its two December meetings to earlier in the month due to the Christmas holiday. The Truth in Taxation presentation is a chance for residents to either provide input or to...

Jay Bolton, left, was running for his dad Tim in the Santa Speedo Dash. Tim was diagnosed with Early-Onset Alzheimer’s in 2020. (Patrick Fisher photo)

While there was no snow on Saturday, Dec. 4, temperatures in the 30s provided for a good, although chilly day for the Santa Speedo Dash at Giesenbrau Bier Co. in New Prague. There were 52 runners who braved the cold 1K race that raised about $1,373 for the Alzheimer’s Association. The majority of...
MANKATO, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Transportation is preparing motorists for forecasted heavy snowfall rates Friday morning through Saturday morning. The heavy snowfall rates of 1-2 inches per hour are expected to reduce visibility, cause compaction on the roadways, and make travel...
Elsa, Olaf the snowman and friends wave to the crowd during the Parade of Lights on New Prague’s Main Street on Friday, Dec. 3. The float from Cedar Brook Garden Center was one of many that participated in the annual parade that also had lighted vehicles from area businesses and clubs. It was a...

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