Friday, September 17, 2021
Quarterback Drew Kittelson plants hard on a cut to evade a defender.  Staff photo by Johnnie Phillips
Blooming Prairie quarterback Drew Kittelson shows no signs of slowing down this season.
 OHS junior defensive back Collin Vick makes a tackle in the first half. The Huskies defeated Rochester Century Friday night at home, 16-14. Staff photo by Johnnie Phillips
The Owatonna Huskies took home their first win of the season in a dramatic 16-14 finish against Rochester Century.
This is the artwork commissioned by Gwen Reiss to replace the existing mural. It was hand-drawn by Albert Lea native Chandler Anderson, and would be photographed, scanned and printed onto panels that are then attached to the building. Submitted photo
When Gwen and Ed Reiss opened Two Doves Boutique on Ellendale’s Main Street last year, it was with an eye toward maintaining a vibrant downtown in the Steele Coun
Cancer does not have to be a death sentence.
Owatonna firefighters Arik Brase, left, and Charlie Seykora stand next to a wreath, which has been added temporarily to the permanent memorial for fallen firefighter Victor Buckingham. He was killed in the line of duty in September 1985 while responding to a fire call.
Veteran firefighter Todd Ulrich recalls the toll that losing a partner can cause the rest of the fire department.
Laura Resler will be retiring as executive director of the Owatonna Foundation later this month. An Open House to celebrate Resler’s retirement will be held from 2-5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 28 at the Owatonna Foundation office.
Those who work with Laura Resler, executive director of the Owatonna Foundation, describe her as very disciplined, diplomatic and caring.
Quarterback Drew Kittelson plants hard on a cut to evade a defender.  Staff photo by Johnnie Phillips
 OHS junior defensive back Collin Vick makes a tackle in the first half. The Huskies defeated Rochester Century Friday night at home, 16-14. Staff photo by Johnnie Phillips
This is the artwork commissioned by Gwen Reiss to replace the existing mural. It was hand-drawn by Albert Lea native Chandler Anderson, and would be photographed, scanned and printed onto panels that are then attached to the building. Submitted photo
Owatonna firefighters Arik Brase, left, and Charlie Seykora stand next to a wreath, which has been added temporarily to the permanent memorial for fallen firefighter Victor Buckingham. He was killed in the line of duty in September 1985 while responding to a fire call.
Laura Resler will be retiring as executive director of the Owatonna Foundation later this month. An Open House to celebrate Resler’s retirement will be held from 2-5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 28 at the Owatonna Foundation office.
Quarterback Drew Kittelson plants hard on a cut to evade a defender.  Staff photo by Johnnie Phillips
Wednesday, September 15, 2021 - 4:18pm
Blooming Prairie quarterback Drew Kittelson shows no signs of slowing down this season. He finished his first game of the season completing 10 of 12 passes for 242 yards, six touchdowns and an interception in a 57-6 victory against...
 OHS junior defensive back Collin Vick makes a tackle in the first half. The Huskies defeated Rochester Century Friday night at home, 16-14. Staff photo by Johnnie Phillips
Wednesday, September 15, 2021 - 4:10pm
The Owatonna Huskies took home their first win of the season in a dramatic 16-14 finish against Rochester Century. The game came down to the wire as a fourth-down stop deep in Owatonna territory gave the Huskies the ability to take a knee...
This is the artwork commissioned by Gwen Reiss to replace the existing mural. It was hand-drawn by Albert Lea native Chandler Anderson, and would be photographed, scanned and printed onto panels that are then attached to the building. Submitted photo
Wednesday, September 15, 2021 - 3:51pm
When Gwen and Ed Reiss opened Two Doves Boutique on Ellendale’s Main Street last year, it was with an eye toward maintaining a vibrant downtown in the Steele County town of about 800 people. But something bothered Gwen, and she could see...
Wednesday, September 15, 2021 - 3:42pm
Cancer does not have to be a death sentence. Carol Dischinger of Owatonna has found that to be true during her two-year battle with a rare form of leukemia. Added on top of that is her daughter's 10-year battle with breast and colon cancer...

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