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Blooming Prairie’s Bobbie Bruns rises up for a left-handed jump shot during the final minutes of the Awesome Blossoms’ 38-35 win on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
The Blooming Prairie girls basketball team isn’t winning by as much as they did at the beginning of the season, but they are winning and that’s all that matters.
With his parents by his side, Medford’s Kael Hermanstorfer is all smiles after signing his National Letter of Intent to play college basketball at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota.
Coming from a small town in Medford, Tigers basketball star Kael Hermanstorfer knew he wanted to continue his basket
Three Steele County educators are finalists for Minnesota Teacher of the Year.
Community Pathways Vice-President Joe Grant loads a prepackaged box of food into the back of a vehicle. Distribution was limited to two households per vehicle. He was one of about 25 volunteers, including law enforcement personnel, to help distribute the food.
Volunteers braved the cold weather Thursday to distribute 1,200 boxes of food to area residents in need.
Sr. Sgt. Bill Youngquist of the sheriff’s office has been named “Peace Officer of the Year” by the Exchange Club of Steele County.
The Exchange Club of Steele County named Sr. Sgt.
The impact of unusual winter storms slamming Texas is going to be felt locally through higher utility bills.
Blooming Prairie’s Bobbie Bruns rises up for a left-handed jump shot during the final minutes of the Awesome Blossoms’ 38-35 win on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
With his parents by his side, Medford’s Kael Hermanstorfer is all smiles after signing his National Letter of Intent to play college basketball at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota.
Community Pathways Vice-President Joe Grant loads a prepackaged box of food into the back of a vehicle. Distribution was limited to two households per vehicle. He was one of about 25 volunteers, including law enforcement personnel, to help distribute the food.
Sr. Sgt. Bill Youngquist of the sheriff’s office has been named “Peace Officer of the Year” by the Exchange Club of Steele County.
Blooming Prairie’s Bobbie Bruns rises up for a left-handed jump shot during the final minutes of the Awesome Blossoms’ 38-35 win on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
Wednesday, February 24, 2021 - 6:57pm
The Blooming Prairie girls basketball team isn’t winning by as much as they did at the beginning of the season, but they are winning and that’s all that matters. This past week, they beat the Kenyon-Wanamingo Knights 38-35 on Tuesday, Feb...
With his parents by his side, Medford’s Kael Hermanstorfer is all smiles after signing his National Letter of Intent to play college basketball at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota.
Wednesday, February 24, 2021 - 6:56pm
Coming from a small town in Medford, Tigers basketball star Kael Hermanstorfer knew he wanted to continue his basketball and academic career at a university in a bigger town and he had multiple options in the University of Minnesota-Duluth...
Wednesday, February 24, 2021 - 6:53pm
Three Steele County educators are finalists for Minnesota Teacher of the Year. Kim Goblirsch and Sara Markham, both teachers at Medford Public Schools, and Jessica Wagner, teacher at Owatonna Public Schools, have been chosen among 75...
Community Pathways Vice-President Joe Grant loads a prepackaged box of food into the back of a vehicle. Distribution was limited to two households per vehicle. He was one of about 25 volunteers, including law enforcement personnel, to help distribute the food.
Wednesday, February 24, 2021 - 6:52pm
Volunteers braved the cold weather Thursday to distribute 1,200 boxes of food to area residents in need. And they did it faster than organizers had planned. "We ran out of food a little before 1 p.m.," said Andi Arnold, outreach and grant...

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