Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Families enjoyed the first downtown Thursday in Owatonna last week. The weather was beautiful as people enjoyed being outdoors for music, food and fun.
The first Downtown Thursday of the summer got off to rocking start thanks to Owatonna native Har Mar Superstar.
A new sign that debuted during the Smokin’ in Steele festival in Owatonna. The sign will be a useful tool for the Steele County Fair Board to advertise fair time proceedings, including grandstand events.
During what was a brief meeting of the Steele County Free Fair Board, Manager Scott Kozelka and President Dan Deml gave an overview of several projects currently
Steele County Dairy Princesses Lacey Nelson and Chloe Schroeder, assisted by Dairy Dutchess Cali Nelson, were waiting to welcome people to Breakfast on the Farm as they got off the bus.
The population of Merton Township grew considerably Saturday as county residents flocked to the Balzer Dairy Farm for Breakfast on the Farm.
Triton Senior Gabriela Staub explained her senior project to a panel of teachers and community members. Her project was entitled “Developing Skin Substitutes for Burns.” The project included working with researchers at the Mayo Clinic, writing a paper and giving an oral presentation to the panel.
Dodge County resident Cory Packman lost his back window due to the recent hail storm in the area.
Byron High School Graduate Alexandra Green, along with her fellow graduates gave hugs to those who supported them over the years after graduation Sunday.
Families enjoyed the first downtown Thursday in Owatonna last week. The weather was beautiful as people enjoyed being outdoors for music, food and fun.
A new sign that debuted during the Smokin’ in Steele festival in Owatonna. The sign will be a useful tool for the Steele County Fair Board to advertise fair time proceedings, including grandstand events.
Steele County Dairy Princesses Lacey Nelson and Chloe Schroeder, assisted by Dairy Dutchess Cali Nelson, were waiting to welcome people to Breakfast on the Farm as they got off the bus.
Sunday, June 16, 2019 - 4:50pm
Anyone who has ever been to a Triton school event or any community event in Dodge Center and the surrounding area has likely seen Chris Pluto. Often working behind the scenes, Pluto is an active member of the community. That involvement...
Triton Senior Gabriela Staub explained her senior project to a panel of teachers and community members. Her project was entitled “Developing Skin Substitutes for Burns.” The project included working with researchers at the Mayo Clinic, writing a paper and giving an oral presentation to the panel.
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 - 3:20pm
On the Wednesday before graduation, Triton seniors waited outside classrooms to present their senior projects to groups of Triton teachers and community members. Some were nervous, some were confident and some just wanted to get it over...
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 - 3:17pm
  A public meeting will be held Wednesday, June 19, at West Concord City Hall to present information to the community about a proposal to form a new Lions Club in West Concord. The meeting will start at 7 p.m. and last about an hour....
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 - 3:16pm
There is still time to get your tickets for the first annual Dodge Refreshed Farm to Table Community Dinner on June 23 but you will have to hurry. The deadline to purchase tickets is June 17. The dinner, which will be at Coop’s Event Barn...

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