Sunday, February 18, 2018
James Lundgren, the new executive director of the Steele County Historical Society, stands next to a Ford Model T truck, one of the historical artifacts currently featured at the History Center in Owatonna. He just wrapped up a consulting project in Freeborn County before joining SCHS.
A history buff with a variety of experience with history centers has taken on the role of leading the Steele County Historical Society.
Republican voters exit the Owatonna High School’s auditorium and make their way to their assigned rooms to discuss their options, and cast their votes at the precinct caucus Feb. 6. Jeff Johnson, commissioner with Hennepin County, came away as the winner in the Republican straw vote.
In what has been deemed as the grassroots of the political process, the local political parties held their precinct caucuses and identified support for the upcoming Minnesota governor’s race.
Kasson-Mantorville’s Nic VanOort is ready to strike against Kenyon-Wanamingo’s Seth Brossard in a 145-pound match.
James Lundgren, the new executive director of the Steele County Historical Society, stands next to a Ford Model T truck, one of the historical artifacts currently featured at the History Center in Owatonna. He just wrapped up a consulting project in Freeborn County before joining SCHS.
Treasurer Tanae McMurchie of Friends of the Kasson Public Library, Inc. presents a check to library director Art Tiff.
Republican voters exit the Owatonna High School’s auditorium and make their way to their assigned rooms to discuss their options, and cast their votes at the precinct caucus Feb. 6. Jeff Johnson, commissioner with Hennepin County, came away as the winner in the Republican straw vote.
Sherry and Phil Heydt were honored as Hayfield Citizen of the Year by the Hayfield Chamber of Commerce.
Kasson-Mantorville’s Nic VanOort is ready to strike against Kenyon-Wanamingo’s Seth Brossard in a 145-pound match.
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 - 5:37pm
The Kasson-Mantorville wrestling team has always operated under the mantra of taking things one dual or match at a time. The approach has made sure the KoMets leave no stone unturned as they navigate through a Hiawatha Valley League that...
Treasurer Tanae McMurchie of Friends of the Kasson Public Library, Inc. presents a check to library director Art Tiff.
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 - 5:33pm
The Friends of the Kasson Public Library held its annual meeting for members and guests on Saturday, Feb. 3 in the community room at the library. Brunch was provided by Omar’s Kitchen, West Concord.  President Will Lambert opened the...
Republican voters exit the Owatonna High School’s auditorium and make their way to their assigned rooms to discuss their options, and cast their votes at the precinct caucus Feb. 6. Jeff Johnson, commissioner with Hennepin County, came away as the winner in the Republican straw vote.
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 - 5:31pm
In what has been deemed as the grassroots of the political process, the local political parties held their precinct caucuses and identified support for the upcoming Minnesota governor’s race.  Steele County held its caucuses Feb. 7 with...
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 - 5:31pm
Dodge County residents gathered for precinct caucuses on Feb. 6 to choose their preferences for the 2018 governor’s election. Seventy-nine Democratic Farmer Labor members met at Triton High School in Dodge Center. They learned about this...

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