Thursday, April 15, 2021
NRHEG's All-Conference pitcher Sophie Stork practices her pitching with her long-time catcher senior Cloie Arndt on Thursday, April 8.
Unlike most spring sports teams, the New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (NRHEG) softball team has four varsity starters returning and all of
Center fielder Alex Miller, one of the two returning starters from Blooming Prairie's 2019 team, works on his hitting in the batting cage on Thursday, April 8.
In 2019, Blooming Prairie baseball went 8-13, but with a large group of seniors and two returning starters, the Blossoms believe they can do much
After a reprieve from excessive COVID-19 cases in Steele County, things are heading in the wrong direction.
Steele County Deputy Emergency Management Director Tom Karnauskas checks the map used track the placement of spotters throughout the county  during severe weather.
Steele County Emergency Manager Mike Johnson wants area residents to participate in the statewide tornado drill slated for Thursday, April 15.
Flames rip through the Brian Seykora dairy barn south of Owatonna Thursday night as black smoke could be seen for miles. The blaze destroyed the century-old structure, as well as a newer addition built in the mid-1990s and eight dairy cows.
Even two days after a devastating fire knocked out his dairy operation, Brian Seykora was overcome by emotion while sharing about how his life has been upended.
Vaccines to curb the impact of COVID-19 have saved many lives and protected the earth of the world.
NRHEG's All-Conference pitcher Sophie Stork practices her pitching with her long-time catcher senior Cloie Arndt on Thursday, April 8.
Center fielder Alex Miller, one of the two returning starters from Blooming Prairie's 2019 team, works on his hitting in the batting cage on Thursday, April 8.
Steele County Deputy Emergency Management Director Tom Karnauskas checks the map used track the placement of spotters throughout the county  during severe weather.
Flames rip through the Brian Seykora dairy barn south of Owatonna Thursday night as black smoke could be seen for miles. The blaze destroyed the century-old structure, as well as a newer addition built in the mid-1990s and eight dairy cows.
NRHEG's All-Conference pitcher Sophie Stork practices her pitching with her long-time catcher senior Cloie Arndt on Thursday, April 8.
Wednesday, April 14, 2021 - 8:53pm
Unlike most spring sports teams, the New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (NRHEG) softball team has four varsity starters returning and all of them have competed at the varsity level for at least three seasons. Not only do the Panthers...
Center fielder Alex Miller, one of the two returning starters from Blooming Prairie's 2019 team, works on his hitting in the batting cage on Thursday, April 8.
Wednesday, April 14, 2021 - 8:52pm
In 2019, Blooming Prairie baseball went 8-13, but with a large group of seniors and two returning starters, the Blossoms believe they can do much better this season. Even though there’s just two returning starters and he’s one of them,...
Wednesday, April 14, 2021 - 8:50pm
After a reprieve from excessive COVID-19 cases in Steele County, things are heading in the wrong direction. Public Health Director Amy Caron said Steele County saw 111 new cases over the past week, including 53 over this past weekend. “...
Steele County Deputy Emergency Management Director Tom Karnauskas checks the map used track the placement of spotters throughout the county  during severe weather.
Wednesday, April 14, 2021 - 8:49pm
Steele County Emergency Manager Mike Johnson wants area residents to participate in the statewide tornado drill slated for Thursday, April 15. During the afternoon and evening drills, local sirens and all NOAA Weather Radios in Minnesota...

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