Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Four cheerleaders from NRHEG High School will be traveling to Florida to take part in the Varsity Spirit Spectacular in the Universal Orlando Resort. The cheerleaders are, from left: Evan Wayne, Avery Hill, Isabel Stadheim and Payton Bunn.
  Do you have spirit?
Micalyn Trihus and her parents, Mike and Melissa Trihus, are all smiles after Micalyn signs her national letter of intent to play volleyball at Bemidji State University.
Blooming Prairie seniors Megan Oswald and Micalyn Trihus had already done the hard part by deciding where they wanted to continue to play collegiate basketball an
This year’s Owatonna Firefighter of the Year is Ryan Seykora. He received the recognition on Nov. 9 at the Owatonna Fire Hall with members of his family and fellow firefighters in attendance.
Monday night Owatonna firefighters gathered in their hall as sleet rained down outside to honor one of their own.
A health care worker swaps Al Lysne of Blooming Prairie as his wife Lori looks on at the communitywide COVID-19 testing event last week at the Owatonna armory. Both Al and Lori were tested for COVID, even though they hadn’t showed any signs of having the virus. About 1,200 people turned out for the two-day testing event.
So far Lori and Al Lysne’s family have not contracted the coronavirus, but the Blooming Prairie couple wasn’t taking any chances as they joined hundreds in gettin
“This took me off guard. I didn’t expect it to rise that quickly. I hope we don’t see spikes like this in cases again or we are in trouble.”  -- Amy Caron Public Health Director
For months, Public Health Director Amy Caron has been warning about a surge of COVID-19 cases taking place in fall, but she herself will tell you what is happenin
Four cheerleaders from NRHEG High School will be traveling to Florida to take part in the Varsity Spirit Spectacular in the Universal Orlando Resort. The cheerleaders are, from left: Evan Wayne, Avery Hill, Isabel Stadheim and Payton Bunn.
Micalyn Trihus and her parents, Mike and Melissa Trihus, are all smiles after Micalyn signs her national letter of intent to play volleyball at Bemidji State University.
This year’s Owatonna Firefighter of the Year is Ryan Seykora. He received the recognition on Nov. 9 at the Owatonna Fire Hall with members of his family and fellow firefighters in attendance.
A health care worker swaps Al Lysne of Blooming Prairie as his wife Lori looks on at the communitywide COVID-19 testing event last week at the Owatonna armory. Both Al and Lori were tested for COVID, even though they hadn’t showed any signs of having the virus. About 1,200 people turned out for the two-day testing event.
“This took me off guard. I didn’t expect it to rise that quickly. I hope we don’t see spikes like this in cases again or we are in trouble.”  -- Amy Caron Public Health Director
Four cheerleaders from NRHEG High School will be traveling to Florida to take part in the Varsity Spirit Spectacular in the Universal Orlando Resort. The cheerleaders are, from left: Evan Wayne, Avery Hill, Isabel Stadheim and Payton Bunn.
Wednesday, November 18, 2020 - 7:41pm
  Do you have spirit? For four cheerleaders from NRHEG High School, they certainly have lots of spirit, and they will be displaying it by performing in the Varsity Spirit Spectacular in the Universal Orlando Resort. Avery Hill, Eva Wayne,...
Micalyn Trihus and her parents, Mike and Melissa Trihus, are all smiles after Micalyn signs her national letter of intent to play volleyball at Bemidji State University.
Wednesday, November 18, 2020 - 7:40pm
Blooming Prairie seniors Megan Oswald and Micalyn Trihus had already done the hard part by deciding where they wanted to continue to play collegiate basketball and volleyball, respectively, and on Wednesday, Nov. 11, they did the easy part...
Wednesday, November 18, 2020 - 7:37pm
Deb Flemming has been named news editor of the Steele County Times. A native of Waseca and graduate of the University of Minnesota, Flemming has spent most of her career reporting for and editing community newspapers. In her new position,...
This year’s Owatonna Firefighter of the Year is Ryan Seykora. He received the recognition on Nov. 9 at the Owatonna Fire Hall with members of his family and fellow firefighters in attendance.
Wednesday, November 18, 2020 - 7:36pm
Monday night Owatonna firefighters gathered in their hall as sleet rained down outside to honor one of their own. Ryan Seykora was named Firefighter of the Year by the Exchange Club of Owatonna, an award that has been given out since 2003...

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