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Shooting in Owatonna injures one

A 29-year-old man is recovering in the hospital after being shot early Friday morning in Owatonna.Police responded to

Civilian ends pursuit with act of courage

Each day we make decisions. Some are good, others are not.

Old-Time Barn Dance raises funds for Steele County Free Fair

Visitors to the Steele County Fairgrounds were encouraged to swing their partners and tap their toes on Saturday, dur

UPDATED: High-Speed Chase Ends In Crash Outside Blooming Prairie Elementary School

On Friday morning, a high-speed chase ended just outside Blooming Prairie Elementary School.

There’s no stopping this 4-H’er

Despite a physical disability, Craig Aarsvold carries on with life just like anyone else, and he’s using the 4-H prog

County farmers care about the environment

The Central Advantage Field Technology Days on Sept.

His harmonica is a part of his daily life

In a cavern, In a canyon,
Excavating for a mine,
Dwelt a miner forty-niner,

Car crash claims life in Steele County

Breaking News: Car crash claims life in Steele County

Blooming Prairie goes pink in preparation for 15th Annual Cancer Benefit

The Field of Flags is flying once again, and Blooming Prairie businesses and homes are decorated once more.

Three inducted into SCFF Livestock Hall of Fame

Heavy rain on the first day of the Steele County Free Fair did not dampen the enthusiasm of those attending the induc

Corn, soybeans heading toward earlier harvest

With the 2015 growing season heading towards the final stretch, farmers and agriculture officials agree that crop gro

Heavy rain causes flooding

Monday morning brought rain and thunderstorms into Steele County and the surrounding counties.

What do cows eat and how much?

Dairy cows eat about 102 pounds of wet feed every day. 

NRHEG superintendent takes new position

New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva School Superintendent Dr.

Power of the Purse helps put books in children’s hands

Come June 16 the Owatonna Country Club will be packed with women and purses.

Solar can provide savings for the agriculture community

The agriculture community will see a savings of 5 cents per kilowatt-hour by going solar, according to Steele-Waseca

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