Wednesday, November 20, 2019
The Kasson City Council has made its choice for a new city administrator. On Wednesday night, the city voted to offer the position to Timothy Ibisch, currently the city administrator for the City of Blue Earth in southwestern Minnesota.
Retired University of Minnesota Professor Fred Amram came to Blooming Prairie High School on Sunday, Nov. 3 to speak to cast members of the play, The Sound of Music performed last weekend.
"The hills are alive, with the sound of music."
Grant and Julie Schultz in front of the candy counter at Costa’s Candies and Restaurant.
Costa’s Candies and Restaurant has been a fixture on Cedar Avenue in Owatonna since 1919 when George Boosalis opened it as George’s Candy Kitchen.
Many students at Triton Elementary School have been recognized as heroes for October. The school recognizes students each month for the special honor.
Triton Elementary School announced its October Hero Award recipients at a recent assembly at the school.
Ruby Kellogg shows her grandmother, Brenda Kellogg, the selection of necklaces she has for sale. “She does a good job,” her grandmother said.
Not too many third graders can say they are running their own business.
The officers of the West Concord Community Lions Club posed for a picture with past International Director Bruce Beck and Mike Lunde, one of the Guiding Lions for the new club. Back row are Secretary Wendy Naze, Vice President Kristen Bachman, Treasurer Nicole Erickson; front row, Beck, President Mary Gillard and Lunde.
The “newest Lions Club in the whole world” became official Sunday night as the West Concord Community Lions Club received its Charter and inducted the first membe
Retired University of Minnesota Professor Fred Amram came to Blooming Prairie High School on Sunday, Nov. 3 to speak to cast members of the play, The Sound of Music performed last weekend.
Grant and Julie Schultz in front of the candy counter at Costa’s Candies and Restaurant.
Many students at Triton Elementary School have been recognized as heroes for October. The school recognizes students each month for the special honor.
Ruby Kellogg shows her grandmother, Brenda Kellogg, the selection of necklaces she has for sale. “She does a good job,” her grandmother said.
The officers of the West Concord Community Lions Club posed for a picture with past International Director Bruce Beck and Mike Lunde, one of the Guiding Lions for the new club. Back row are Secretary Wendy Naze, Vice President Kristen Bachman, Treasurer Nicole Erickson; front row, Beck, President Mary Gillard and Lunde.
Friday, November 15, 2019 - 6:32pm
Last Tuesday, just hours apart, two police officers here in Minnesota took their own lives, leaving behind spouse, fiancé, kids, family, friends, and co-workers. One of these officers, Sgt. Cory Slifko, was the husband of Katie Berge, who...
Thursday, November 14, 2019 - 5:51pm
The Kasson City Council has made its choice for a new city administrator. On Wednesday night, the city voted to offer the position to Timothy Ibisch, currently the city administrator for the City of Blue Earth in southwestern Minnesota....
Wednesday, November 13, 2019 - 6:25pm
All good things must come to an end, and after winning their last 29 games the Owatonna Huskies run at becoming state champions for a third straight year came to an end at the hands of the St. Thomas Academy Cadets. The Cadets used a...
Wednesday, November 13, 2019 - 6:24pm
After sweeping Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa 3-0 in the first round of the state tournament, the Medford Tigers faced a familiar foe, fellow Gopher Conference member Waterville-Elysian-Morristown (W-E-M), in the state semi-finals on Friday, Nov...

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