Friday, September 18, 2020
It was a family affair as brothers Alex, Wyatt and Colton Hemann were accompanied to the first day of school (Sept. 8) at the Blooming Prairie Elementary School by their mom, Misty.
What's new in the classroom?
Seven-year-old Mila Meres created a variety of drawings with her sidewalk chalk. She was part of a Blooming Prairie Youth Club chalk walk team.
The first and hopefully annual Chalk Your Walk event, sponsored by the Blooming Prairie Youth Club and Nanner Kruckeberg, was a grand success.
With the county fair being canceled, this is how 4-H projects were judged this year in Steele County. Hannah Parrish of Owatonna, far left, engages in a conference with a judge over one of her projects.
Showing at the Minnesota State Fair was out of the question for hundreds of 4-Hers across the state this year because of COVID-19.
Mary’s Angels will be out in force this weekend during the annual Alzheimer’s Walk. They include: front row, from left: Ashley, granddaughter; Hanna, Carter and Caeden, all great grandchildren. Back row: Dakota, great grandchild; Jamie, granddaughter; Chloee, great grandchild; Delores, sister; Dana, son-in-law; Vickie, daughter; Sakada, great grandchild; Karen, daughter and Barry, son-in-law. Numerous other family members are not pictured but help out with the Alzheimer’s benefit.
Mary Behne has a lot of angels honoring a life that ended on a horrible note eight years ago.
Eugene Hendrickson holds onto a photo showing him as a U.S. Marine during the World War II era in the mid-1940s. Hendrickson, shown on the far left, became a Marine when he was 16 years old. Yes, he lied about his age in order to serve his country. He should have been 17.
Barely a teenager, Eugene Hendrickson decided to serve his country during what has become known as the deadliest conflict in human history.
The Blooming Prairie boys cross country team gets an early practice run in near the high school. The boys opened the season last Friday.
Blooming Prairie senior cross country runner Megan Oswald finished third in the team's opening meet of the season at the River Bend Nature Center in Faribault Fri
It was a family affair as brothers Alex, Wyatt and Colton Hemann were accompanied to the first day of school (Sept. 8) at the Blooming Prairie Elementary School by their mom, Misty.
Seven-year-old Mila Meres created a variety of drawings with her sidewalk chalk. She was part of a Blooming Prairie Youth Club chalk walk team.
With the county fair being canceled, this is how 4-H projects were judged this year in Steele County. Hannah Parrish of Owatonna, far left, engages in a conference with a judge over one of her projects.
Mary’s Angels will be out in force this weekend during the annual Alzheimer’s Walk. They include: front row, from left: Ashley, granddaughter; Hanna, Carter and Caeden, all great grandchildren. Back row: Dakota, great grandchild; Jamie, granddaughter; Chloee, great grandchild; Delores, sister; Dana, son-in-law; Vickie, daughter; Sakada, great grandchild; Karen, daughter and Barry, son-in-law. Numerous other family members are not pictured but help out with the Alzheimer’s benefit.
Eugene Hendrickson holds onto a photo showing him as a U.S. Marine during the World War II era in the mid-1940s. Hendrickson, shown on the far left, became a Marine when he was 16 years old. Yes, he lied about his age in order to serve his country. He should have been 17.
The Blooming Prairie boys cross country team gets an early practice run in near the high school. The boys opened the season last Friday.
Wednesday, September 16, 2020 - 7:11pm
"It's sort of a juggling act but we will make it work," says first-year Blooming Prairie High School head volleyball coach Jennifer Wayne. High school girls volleyball has been moved to the spring by the Minnesota State High School League...
Wednesday, September 16, 2020 - 7:10pm
It's nothing unusual for Blooming Prairie High School football teams to have a target on their back because of their repeated successes. The Awesome Blossoms will be defending their first-ever Section 1A state championship. Head Coach Chad...
Wednesday, September 16, 2020 - 7:09pm
Steve Hansen, marketing manager for Minimizer of Blooming Prairie, didn't make the cover of the Rollin' Stone, but he did make the cover of a popular trucking industry publication, Fleet Equipment. The song about making the cover of a Rock...
It was a family affair as brothers Alex, Wyatt and Colton Hemann were accompanied to the first day of school (Sept. 8) at the Blooming Prairie Elementary School by their mom, Misty.
Wednesday, September 16, 2020 - 7:08pm
What's new in the classroom? Let's find out by reading what our Blooming Prairie Elementary School teachers have to say about returning to the classroom after being away from students for more than six months. Most of the teachers,...

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