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Following the city council’s decision to move forward with a major street project and a waste water treatment plant upgrade, Morristown’s City Administrator Michael Mueller resigned. Mueller submitted his resignation during the council’s Oct. 4 meeting. His resignation was accepted. His employment...

Photo of the damage in Elysian courtesy of Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Dept.

Thousands of dollars in damage has been caused in the WEM School and the Lake Francis City Park in Elysian over the past few weeks. The last week of September the WEM School had nearly $2,000 in damage and last week the Elysian City Park received a similar amount of damage. The destruction at the...

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Workers from Barnett Bros. Inc. began the teardown of the building on 100 First Street N on Monday, Oct. 11 and finished Tuesday, Oct. 19. The abandoned property, which was owned by Bob Taraba, was deemed hazardous last year by the City of Montgomery. A Le Sueur County judge ruled in favor of the...
The Montgomery Area Community Club (MACC) announces that it is seeking designs for the 88th annual Kolacky Days button. “We are looking for designs from any one of any age who feels creative,” said MACC President Tom Washa. “The winning design will appear on the collectible souvenir button and may...

Bill Belkengren with some of the more than 300 mugs and wine cups he made for the New Prague Habitat for Humanity fundraiser held Saturday, Oct. 16, at Giesenbrau Bier Co. Belkengren has been a long time supporter of the organization that builds homes. (Patrick Fisher photo)

New Prague’s branch of Habitat for Humanity held a fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 16, at Giesenbrau Bier Co. with 200 tickets sold for the event held 2-7 p.m. There was music, food, an assortment of beers, a silent auction, a meat raffle and commemorative mugs and wine cups. Helping with the silent...
The Elko New Market City Council approved the adoption of two ordinances that deal with pawnbrokers and precious metal dealers in the community. The ordinance grew out of an inquiry in the last year regarding city regulations about pawnshops. City staff found that there were no city regulations. On...
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Ashley Robinson (pictured, top right) passed away on Oct. 10 due to COVID-19. The young mother, her daughters, her boyfriend Chris Schlie, and Schlie’s children are pictured at their Sept. 12 belt testing at Lea’s Champion Tae Kwon Do Academy in Mankato. Pictured (left to right): Front - Wesson Pelzel-Schlie. Middle row - Eva Pelzel-Schlie, Bella Robinson, and Lexi Robinson. Back row - Chris Schlie, Annie Fuerstenberg, and Robinson. (Photo courtesy of Chris Schlie)

Ashley Robinson, a 2007 graduate of Waterville-Elysian-Morristown High School, died of COVID-19 on Sunday, October 10 at United Hospital in St. Paul. She was 32. She leaves behind three daughters, 12-year-old Annie, 10-year-old Bella, and 8-year-old Lexi. Robinson’s long-time friend, Katie (Hering...

The Tri-City United student section proudly sported pink for the Titan volleyball team’s Dig Pink Night.
The event raised money for cancer patient, Lucinda Rose of Montgomery. (Wade Young photo)

Titan volleyball fans and players traded their school colors of Columbia blue, silver and black for pink on Tuesday, Oct. 5, marking the school’s annual Dig Pink Night. The event is an annual fundraiser organized by the TCU Volleyball Booster Club that fills the high school gymnasium in support of...

Woody Odendahl of Webster, age 6, organized a car show at his family’s home. Woody, front, is with his parents Kristina and Joe Odendahl. (Photo courtesy of the Odendahl family)

Woody Odendahl, son of Kristina and Joe Odendahl of Webster, is obsessed with cars, especially classic cars and old cars. Woody likes cars so much that he organized a car show on Sunday, Oct. 3, where more than 60 vehicles showed up. An amazing effort for a 6 year old. “We spent the summer taking...

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