As someone who keeps a pretty close eye on the high school sports scene, this is one of my favorite times of the year. January is coming to an end, which means conference races around the state are heating up.
It’s a big time in high school sports, and it usually works out that when we get into the chill of winter that things heat up on the playing field.
A Minnesota marine from New Prague received one of the military’s highest honors on Tuesday.
A New Prague Middle School teacher and coach died Sunday while shoveling snow, according to authorities.
Lance Cpl. Dale Means, 23, was killed in Afghanistan just over a week ago. Residents of New Prague are preparing to lay him to rest Wednesday. They’ll be giving the fallen marine a fitting memorial.
Funeral services have been set for the Minnesota Marine killed in Afghanistan last week during his first tour of duty. Lance Cpl. Dale Means, 23, was killed on Nov. 18 by an improvised explosive device.
The U.S. Department of Defense has confirmed the death of a Minnesota Marine serving in Afghanistan.
It’s hard to believe that the regular season is over in high school football, and now every team in the state will be playing this week with a little more desperation. It’s now the playoffs, and it’s what every player looks forward to when they hit the field in August for two-a-day practices.
A New Prague bus driver’s quick thinking during a crash might have saved the lives of students and the life of the teenager whose car slammed into the bus.
A 16-year-old driver was injured after rear-ending a school bus Monday afternoon near New Prague, Minn., according to authorities.
Our record breaking warm weather inspired golfers to do some good out on the course Tuesday.
A New Prague woman has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for threatening to kill several law enforcement officers.
A 47-year-old New Prague woman has pleaded guilty to charges that she threatened to kill or injure two law enforcement officers.
A federal grand jury has indicted a Minnesota woman on charges of threatening Vice President Joe Biden and other federal officials.
A Twin Cities woman hopes a picture she took will help bring about a positive discussion about race relations in Minnesota.