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Boys & Girls Club Benefit Bash is a success

The Blooming Prairie Servicemen’s Club was packed on Saturday night as community members attended the first Boys &amp

Trom lawsuit court date rescheduled for Feb. 16

A court date for the parties in Lowell and Evelyn Trom’s lawsuit against Dodge County and Masching Swine Farms that w

February starts off with snowfall

February knows how to make an entrance, a very snowy entrance that is. 

Fatal crash reported in Steele County

Minnesota State Patrol is currently investigating a fatal crash on U.S.

Communication is key to Boys & Girls Club success

Marcy Sundine is happy to be back home in Blooming Prairie, accepting the reins as director of the Boys & Girls C

Rink rats enjoy the outdoors in Blooming Prairie

Give kids a day off school and what do they do on a balmy Monday afternoon?

More hardware for local paper

For the fifth year in a row, the Steele County Times came away a big winner after capturing several journalistic awar

‘The hardest job you’ll ever love’

Maggie Eisenbeis, 24, of Kasson, is slowly crossing off continent after continent that she has traveled to, but this

Energizing students with engineering

 Kasson-Mantorville Elementary School students were experimenting with marshmallow catapults, spaghetti bridges and r

Kase recognized for his many years of service to the community

 Bill Kase was selected as the 2015 Business Person of the Year at the Kasson Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting on J

Claremont man charged with attempted first-degree murder

 A Claremont man is facing three felony charges, including first-degree attempted murder, following an incident at a

Community Connect impacts about 100 homeless individuals

There was one mission of Project Community Connect, and that was to connect those facing homelessness with the servic

For the love of snowmobiles

It was the love of family, friends and snowmobiles that brought over a 100 people together for the Annual David Rysav

DOC seeks level 3 predatory offender with ties to Blooming Prairie and Hayfield

The Minnesota Department of Corrections (DOC) is seeking a level 3 predatory offender with ties to the Blooming Prair

32 years later, the hurt is still there

Making good decisions is always essential in life and especially when it comes to mixing alcohol and driving.

Blooming Prairie Cancer Group writes $73,000 check to Eagles Cancer Telethon

Chatter at the Blooming Prairie Cancer Group’s kickoff fundraiser breakfast on Sunday morning, Jan.

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