Saturday, May 15, 2021
Wild Bill Cooper is shown in his snowmobile attire as he leaves on his first Trans World Snowmobile Expedition in 1972. Cooper disappeared in the 1970s after being linked to a high profile kidnapping of Virginia Piper.
Over the years, I have met some unique personalities, some of them highly intellectual and others who were woodsman types and always off on an ex
Medford freshman sprinter Jackie Cole opens up a lead over Blooming Prairie’s Annaka Forsberg and Sierra Larson in the 100-meter dash. She finished the race in 13.11 seconds, nearly a whole second before anyone else.
It seemed like everything went the Tigers way when they competed in the Tiger Invite on Thursday, May 6.
Owatonna junior Preston Meier tries to cut off the Northfield attacker or midfielder from taking the ball any deeper into the Huskies’ defensive area during the second quarter of Owatonna’s 7-4 win on Thursday, May 6.
After a 10-9 win over Northfield earlier in the season, Owatonna boys lacrosse Head Coach Scott Seykora figured it would be another close game.
One of the perks of being co-principal for the day is Abel got to have a special lunch, pizza, with two of his friends, Jeffrey Bruns, left, and Owen Gimbel, and Principal Jacob Schwarz.
Last Tuesday, Blooming Prairie fourth-grader Coen Abel got the opportunity of a lifetime when he got to serve as Principal for the Day at Blooming Prairie Element
Tori Gaedtke, left, and Brittany Wencl are two accounting professionals at CLA in Owatonna. CLA has been recognized as the Best Place in Work in southeast Minnesota by Workforce Development, Inc.
The thought of working for a large CPA firm once crossed Brittany Wencl’s mind, but she settled for working at a smaller firm in her hometown of Owatonna six year
Participating in the groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Owatonna High School last week were representatives of the first four classes scheduled to graduate from the new school once it’s complete. Pictured, from left, are students Davaeh Williams, Class of 2027, Will Halverson and Christian Flores, Class of 2026. Istahil Hassan, Class of 2025 and Donte Miller and Kate Sande, Class of 2024.
Superintendent Jeff Elstad stood in front of the crowd gathered last week for the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Owatonna High School and smiled.
Wild Bill Cooper is shown in his snowmobile attire as he leaves on his first Trans World Snowmobile Expedition in 1972. Cooper disappeared in the 1970s after being linked to a high profile kidnapping of Virginia Piper.
Medford freshman sprinter Jackie Cole opens up a lead over Blooming Prairie’s Annaka Forsberg and Sierra Larson in the 100-meter dash. She finished the race in 13.11 seconds, nearly a whole second before anyone else.
Owatonna junior Preston Meier tries to cut off the Northfield attacker or midfielder from taking the ball any deeper into the Huskies’ defensive area during the second quarter of Owatonna’s 7-4 win on Thursday, May 6.
One of the perks of being co-principal for the day is Abel got to have a special lunch, pizza, with two of his friends, Jeffrey Bruns, left, and Owen Gimbel, and Principal Jacob Schwarz.
Tori Gaedtke, left, and Brittany Wencl are two accounting professionals at CLA in Owatonna. CLA has been recognized as the Best Place in Work in southeast Minnesota by Workforce Development, Inc.
Participating in the groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Owatonna High School last week were representatives of the first four classes scheduled to graduate from the new school once it’s complete. Pictured, from left, are students Davaeh Williams, Class of 2027, Will Halverson and Christian Flores, Class of 2026. Istahil Hassan, Class of 2025 and Donte Miller and Kate Sande, Class of 2024.
Medford freshman sprinter Jackie Cole opens up a lead over Blooming Prairie’s Annaka Forsberg and Sierra Larson in the 100-meter dash. She finished the race in 13.11 seconds, nearly a whole second before anyone else.
Wednesday, May 12, 2021 - 8:40pm
It seemed like everything went the Tigers way when they competed in the Tiger Invite on Thursday, May 6. The Medford boys team won first place by scoring 97 points, which is 25 more points than its closest competitor, while the girls team...
Owatonna junior Preston Meier tries to cut off the Northfield attacker or midfielder from taking the ball any deeper into the Huskies’ defensive area during the second quarter of Owatonna’s 7-4 win on Thursday, May 6.
Wednesday, May 12, 2021 - 8:38pm
After a 10-9 win over Northfield earlier in the season, Owatonna boys lacrosse Head Coach Scott Seykora figured it would be another close game. It was another close game and another win for the Huskies as they come away with a 7-4 win over...
One of the perks of being co-principal for the day is Abel got to have a special lunch, pizza, with two of his friends, Jeffrey Bruns, left, and Owen Gimbel, and Principal Jacob Schwarz.
Wednesday, May 12, 2021 - 8:35pm
Last Tuesday, Blooming Prairie fourth-grader Coen Abel got the opportunity of a lifetime when he got to serve as Principal for the Day at Blooming Prairie Elementary School.Principal Jacob Schwarz said some of the perks that Abel got to do...
Tori Gaedtke, left, and Brittany Wencl are two accounting professionals at CLA in Owatonna. CLA has been recognized as the Best Place in Work in southeast Minnesota by Workforce Development, Inc.
Wednesday, May 12, 2021 - 8:33pm
The thought of working for a large CPA firm once crossed Brittany Wencl’s mind, but she settled for working at a smaller firm in her hometown of Owatonna six years ago. And it’s a decision she has never looked back on, especially in light...

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