Monday, October 14, 2019
Senior Solomon Havelka (6) carries the ball as a Mankato West defender tries to pull him down in Friday night’s nail biter in Owatonna. The Huskies staged a huge comeback in the fourth quarter to defeat Mankato 24-20.
It went down to the final minute before the top-ranked Owatonna Huskies football team regained the lead to keep its unbeaten record alive during a dramatic comeba
Abbi La Rock has found a business venture where she customizes all your cleaning needs. She has been operating Abigalia’s Clean Thumb in West Concord for the past several years. She recently had a business display at Marigold Days in Mantorville.
For Abbi La Rock, the idea of cleanliness and an eco-friendly lifestyle go hand-in-hand.
Cedar Travel of Owatonna is no more.  It has now become Travel Leaders of Owatonna. Staff members, from left to right are: Cassy Buck, Jon Terrill, Colleen Hollister, Laurie Johnson (former owner) and Sara Butruff (new owners.)
Things have changed dramatically at Cedar Travel of Owatonna.
Members of the Blooming Prairie High School volleyball team visited with residents of the Prairie Manor Care Center on a recent Friday afternoon.
Kids often get a bad rap. When something negative occurs, kids often catch the blame unjustly.
There was a little jivin’ going on during halftime of the Owatonna Huskies football game Friday night as Homecoming Queen Julia Dallenbach, center, led the homecoming royalty in a special dance routine, despite a surgery she had on her back earlier this year. Dallenbach is still recovering from a spinal fusion aimed at improving a condition known as scoliosis that progressively got worse over the years forcing her to take a break from dance competition she has enjoyed since she was 2 years old.
Football wasn’t the only action going on Friday night in Owatonna, but there was also a little jiving to the beat by this year’s Homecoming queen and her court.
Triton Elementary School students pose with their certificates honoring them with monthly Hero awards at the school. Awards were given out at a ceremony last week recognizing kids who are exceeding expectations with their behavior.
Each month Triton Elementary School gives out a variety of awards to individual students and to classrooms for meeting and going beyond expectations.
Senior Solomon Havelka (6) carries the ball as a Mankato West defender tries to pull him down in Friday night’s nail biter in Owatonna. The Huskies staged a huge comeback in the fourth quarter to defeat Mankato 24-20.
Abbi La Rock has found a business venture where she customizes all your cleaning needs. She has been operating Abigalia’s Clean Thumb in West Concord for the past several years. She recently had a business display at Marigold Days in Mantorville.
Cedar Travel of Owatonna is no more.  It has now become Travel Leaders of Owatonna. Staff members, from left to right are: Cassy Buck, Jon Terrill, Colleen Hollister, Laurie Johnson (former owner) and Sara Butruff (new owners.)
Members of the Blooming Prairie High School volleyball team visited with residents of the Prairie Manor Care Center on a recent Friday afternoon.
There was a little jivin’ going on during halftime of the Owatonna Huskies football game Friday night as Homecoming Queen Julia Dallenbach, center, led the homecoming royalty in a special dance routine, despite a surgery she had on her back earlier this year. Dallenbach is still recovering from a spinal fusion aimed at improving a condition known as scoliosis that progressively got worse over the years forcing her to take a break from dance competition she has enjoyed since she was 2 years old.
Triton Elementary School students pose with their certificates honoring them with monthly Hero awards at the school. Awards were given out at a ceremony last week recognizing kids who are exceeding expectations with their behavior.
It was high-flying action as NRHEG’s Lonnie Wilson (3) leaps into the air to catch a ball in Friday night’s game against Maple River. The Eagles proved to be too powerful for NRHEG as they pounded the Panthers 40-7.
Wednesday, October 9, 2019 - 6:11pm
The Panthers’ up and down season continued with a loss on Friday, Oct. 4 to Maple River 40-7. NRHEG held a close 7-6 lead over Maple River in the first quarter, but after that it was all Maple River for the rest of the game. Maple River...
Senior Solomon Havelka (6) carries the ball as a Mankato West defender tries to pull him down in Friday night’s nail biter in Owatonna. The Huskies staged a huge comeback in the fourth quarter to defeat Mankato 24-20.
Wednesday, October 9, 2019 - 6:09pm
It went down to the final minute before the top-ranked Owatonna Huskies football team regained the lead to keep its unbeaten record alive during a dramatic comeback victory Friday against Mankato West. With 1:09 left in the game and...
Wednesday, October 9, 2019 - 6:06pm
The Awesome Blossom football team put another victory in its pocket Friday, Oct. 4, with a lopsided 61-6 win over an outmanned Kenyon-Wanamingo contingent.  The Blossoms, who moved up to No. 2 in the state rankings this week, won their...
Abbi La Rock has found a business venture where she customizes all your cleaning needs. She has been operating Abigalia’s Clean Thumb in West Concord for the past several years. She recently had a business display at Marigold Days in Mantorville.
Wednesday, October 9, 2019 - 6:05pm
For Abbi La Rock, the idea of cleanliness and an eco-friendly lifestyle go hand-in-hand. The West Concord woman is the owner of Abigailia’s Clean Thumb, a business she has run out of her West Concord home for the past several years...

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