Thursday, October 18, 2018
Ken and Norma Wilcox accept the Spirit of the Community Award from Chadwick S. Lange and Tom Dufresne during the Owatonna Foundation’s Legacy Luncheon. The Luncheon was held on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at the Steele County History Center.
“It takes a village,” said Chadwick S.
Susan Heard of Austin displays her handmade baby sweaters at the Village Affair craft show in Blooming Prairie last year. She has been crocheting and sweaters for the past 35 years.
"We will fill the halls on this day that draws many communities together," says Pam Folkens, co-chair of the 2018 Village Affair.
Steele County workers began ripping up the north end of the race track at the Steele County Fairgrounds in Owatonna last week. The removal of the fence and track is part of the fair board’s reconfiguration effort passed seven years ago. The area will be used to add more space to the fair beginning next year.
The idea has been swirling around for years, but it wasn’t until last week that the Steele County Fair began kicking around some dirt to make it become reality.
Rose Culbertson the “Caramel Apple Queen” posed with her new apron.  Staff photo by Alex Malm
In 2005 a group of Dodge County employees formed its own Dodge County Relay For Life Team.
The Triton Student Council raised about $1,000 during its annual color run on Saturday.
Six years ago the Triton Student Council came together and decided that they needed to do something to support the community when it comes to mental health issues
Ken and Norma Wilcox accept the Spirit of the Community Award from Chadwick S. Lange and Tom Dufresne during the Owatonna Foundation’s Legacy Luncheon. The Luncheon was held on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at the Steele County History Center.
Susan Heard of Austin displays her handmade baby sweaters at the Village Affair craft show in Blooming Prairie last year. She has been crocheting and sweaters for the past 35 years.
Steele County workers began ripping up the north end of the race track at the Steele County Fairgrounds in Owatonna last week. The removal of the fence and track is part of the fair board’s reconfiguration effort passed seven years ago. The area will be used to add more space to the fair beginning next year.
K-M student Andrea Richard pictured with her host family during her time as an exchange student in Japan.
Rose Culbertson the “Caramel Apple Queen” posed with her new apron.  Staff photo by Alex Malm
The Triton Student Council raised about $1,000 during its annual color run on Saturday.
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - 6:26pm
The Ellendale City Council discussed getting the Ellendale Municipal Liquor Store relisted after a potential buyer informed the council they were no longer interested in the property. Council member Stephanie Kibler said she had spoke to...
Ken and Norma Wilcox accept the Spirit of the Community Award from Chadwick S. Lange and Tom Dufresne during the Owatonna Foundation’s Legacy Luncheon. The Luncheon was held on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at the Steele County History Center.
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - 6:25pm
“It takes a village,” said Chadwick S. Lange during the annual Owatonna Foundation Legacy Luncheon, “unless you have Ken and Norma Wilcox in your community for over 40 years.” The Wilcoxs were honored during the luncheon with the Spirit of...
Susan Heard of Austin displays her handmade baby sweaters at the Village Affair craft show in Blooming Prairie last year. She has been crocheting and sweaters for the past 35 years.
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - 6:23pm
"We will fill the halls on this day that draws many communities together," says Pam Folkens, co-chair of the 2018 Village Affair. "It's a day for all ages and genders to shop and have fun," added Folkens' co-chair Mandy Doocy. Folkens...
Steele County workers began ripping up the north end of the race track at the Steele County Fairgrounds in Owatonna last week. The removal of the fence and track is part of the fair board’s reconfiguration effort passed seven years ago. The area will be used to add more space to the fair beginning next year.
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - 6:22pm
The idea has been swirling around for years, but it wasn’t until last week that the Steele County Fair began kicking around some dirt to make it become reality. Steele County workers with excavating machines moved in on the north end of...

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