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SAINT PAUL — Medford’s

Are Americans falling out of love with Valentine’s cards?

People used to send cards on Valentine’s Day, now they send emails, texts, and tweets. 

Johnson Construction helps with BP Memorial

It is very fitting that Keith Johnson Construction has put its stamp of involvement on the Blooming Prairie Veterans

Pacelli student becomes champion speller

Twelve spellers (six from each Regional Spelling Bee) competed in the Final Spelling Bee on Feb.

Edging toward expansion

Finding itself at a juncture due to the possibility of development and the need for a solution to its limited wastewa

SNOW FENCE OR SAFETY RISK?

A line of spruce trees along Interstate 35 at Highway 30 by Ellendale is drawing new criticism of being a safety haza

Legion to mark major milestone

It’s not very often that an organization gets to celebrate a major milestone like a 100thbirthday, but that’s exactly

BREAKING NEWS: Blooming Prairie Schools name new superintendent

Blooming Prairie Schools didn’t have to look far in landing a new superintendent.

Owatonna Business Women to honor area women during annual fundraiser

 The Owatonna Business Women is celebrating the 100thanniversary of its organization this year with the annual Woman

Ed Auction to feature new twists

 Excitement is building over the upcoming Blooming Prairie Education Foundation Auction slated to take place March 30

Even local residents become stranded by blizzard

 When Medford resident, Timothy Summer, finished his 10 p.m. to 8 a.m.

Better sleep, one bed at a time

 Despite a blizzard which pummeled the county Saturday night, members of the community were still able to stop by and

Trooper Tjon named top officer in Steele County

This year’s honor for Peace Officer of the Year went to State Trooper William Tjon, who gracefully accepted the award

GROUNDED

Hundreds of motorists were stopped cold in their tracks this past weekend as a blizzard swept across Steele County an

BREAKING NEWS: Riess murder referred to Minnesota Attorney General

Dodge County Sheriff Scott Rose says the David Riess homicide case has now been referred to the Minnesota Attorney Ge

Bundled with love and warmth

Some area children are being bundled with extra love and warmth this winter.

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