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New County Public Works Building on shaky ground

“Have you read the FEMA report?” was a question posed by former Owatonna Ag teacher and soils specialist, Brian Kosel

Tornado rips through Clarks Grove

The National Weather Service made it official early Tuesday ruling that considerable property damage in Clarks Grove

Feedlot proposal stirs a stink near Ellendale

A proposed feedlot that would house nearly 50,000 turkeys in western Steele County is drawing a stink with at least o

Woman of Achievement

From among five nominees, Owatonna Business Women awarded Cheri Krejci the honor of the 2017 Women of achievement at

Little Mermaid makes waves at OHS

Owatonna High School brought Disney’s The Little Mermaid to the stage in nothing less than spectacular fashion.

Courthouse renovations under consideration

Repairs at the courthouse continue to move forward.

Embrace Love

The month of February stands our as the warmest of the winter months.

Explorers gain life experiences

Blooming Prairie Police Officer Dan Peach, 22, was not even born when the Emergency Services Explorer Post 007 was fo

Love in the limelight

Before you wrap up your Valentines festivities, catch Little Theatre of Owatonna’s production of Prelude to a Kiss by

Do Something Good

Thank you.  That was good.  I really enjoyed that.  Aren’t those kind of statements fun to hear?

Helping to make a difference

The scene is a first grade classroom at the Blooming Prairie Elementary School.

Plane Crash in Ellendale

“He beat the odds for sure.”

Liz Harwood’s passion is rewarded with high praise from her peers

“When I went off to college, I thought that the logical thing to do would be to major in music,” said Kasson-Mantorvi

Still putting at 81 years old

A lot of moving parts are necessary to run the Blooming Prairie Country Club and those parts have been in motion sinc

BREAKING NEWS: Man dies in Freeborn County pasture

A man attending a social gathering in a pasture in rural Freeborn County has died after being hit by a vehicle.

Medford residents’ park dreams might be more than a pipe dream

The Medford Park Board welcomed residents to dream about what they would like incorporated in area parks. 

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