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The Minnesota Baseball Association recognized the services of Eric Brever and Pat Goggins last month in St. Patrick with a pregame ceremony before the Irish faced Union Hill.

Students at Tri-City United Schools are going to be getting an education hands-on with solar energy due to a new 40kWh solar array installed at both the Le Center K-8 school and high school in Montgomery. The project has been a few years in the making with a long-term vision from Carl Menk, who has off-and-on served as the districts facilities director in addition to being the districts regular full-time technology director.

The Minnesota Twins Youth Baseball Clinic on Thursday, July 13 at TCU’s Montgomery Middle and Elementary School’s outdoor fields was an inspiring event for all.

“We love doing this. This is my passion, what keeps me going,” said Coach Joe Shallenberger from the Twins organization. Coaching is what he said what made him clean.

Tri-City United Schools introduced a new assistant principal for Montgomery PreK-8 School, Shannon Sheehan.

Sheehan has been a teacher for the last 27 years, specializing in music education, primarily for elementary ages. She has taught middle and high school aged students as well over the years. Most recently, she taught in Hermantown, MN, and she started her teaching career in Mountain Lake, MN.

With a win over crosstown rival New Market Friday night, they set the stage for Sunday’s milestone victory, the 1,100th victory in the coaching career for Elko’s Terry Fredrickson.

He remembers the fear sweeping through his being in 2003 when he heard his wife had cancer. Two years later, Chris Smith heard a doctor direct those same words at him.

Anya Menk, a 2018 graduate of Tri-City United High School and 2022 graduate of Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, recently completed her first jazz studio album.

Dallas Jerome Horejsi was born on March 25, 1948 to Charles and Leona (Honza) Horejsi in New Prague, MN.

On March 20, 1971 he married Marsha Petersen. Dallas was a Vietnam Veteran. Proud member of the Montgomery Honor Guard, Montgomery VFW, Montgomery Legion and Minnesota River Valley Masons.

He worked at Minnesota Valley Engineering (Chart) for 40 years. He loved fishing, especially his yearly Canada trips with his buddies.

Late in the month of April, many students from Tri-City United Schools Future Farmers of America (FFA) team headed to the State FFA Convention, April 23-25. Some of those students placed very well among their competitors around the state, including two taking home first place awards.

Samantha Tiede, Class of 2023, took home first place for an original song she wrote and performed in the talent category. She was able to play and sing the song she wrote in front of the entire group at Williams Arena, which was also broadcast on the arenas large led billboard.

Jarrod Schoenecker

editor@montgomerymnnews.com

 

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Lynn L. Lambrecht, age 67, of Owatonna, formerly of Montgomery, died peacefully with her loving husband at her side at her home in Owatonna on Monday, March 13, 2023.  Lynn was born on September 23, 1955 in Gaylord, Minnesota to Loren and Lois (Kelm) Lade.  She grew up in Brownton, graduated from High School in Minneapolis, and completed her Bachelor’s degree at St.

The Tri-City United Wrestling Program added podium success with two athletes finishing in third place last weekend at the State Wrestling Tournament at the Xcel Energy Center.
In Round 1 of the 170-pound weight class, Caden O’Malley advanced with a technical fall over Guinahi Douhe of Fridley. In thequarterfinals, O’Malley beat Ashton LaBelle of North Branch Area with a 1-0 decision.
The consolation semifinals O’Malley beat Johnathon Murphy of Big Lake with a fall in 25 seconds.

The TCU Boys’ Basketball Team closed out its regular season on Friday in a game with Waterville-Elysian-Morristown (WEM) Buccaneers. The loss to the Buccaneers capped a busy week for the Titans. They played Norwood Young America on Monday, Mayer Lutheran on Tuesday, Le Sueur-Henderson on Thursday, and WEM Friday.
They have the weekend to rest up before the first bracket of the Section 2AA Tournament on Tuesday. In Belle Plaine, they took on the Tigers who entered the contest with a 13-12 record. Previously, TCU lost to the Tigers 35-61 on December 14, and 55-61 on January 28.

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