Sunday, February 23, 2020
Parents of three Blooming Prairie High School football players watch as their sons sign their letters of intent to play college football. Signing, from left, are: Karson Vigeland, Concordia of St. Paul; Gabe Hagen, Minnesota State at Mankato and Zach Weber, University of Wisconsin at Stout. Behind their sons are, from left, Erik and Michelle Vigeland, Joan and David Hagen and Heather and Ryan Weber.
Lots of proud people gathered in the Blooming Prairie High School Library to witness the signings of letters of intent by three players from the state champion Aw
This is what a destructive fire can do. Debris is everywhere as fire reportedly started in the northwest corner of The Bakery's basement. Seven fire departments fought the Jan. 28 fire. It’s still unknown what will happen with the building, but it is likely it will be demolished soon.
Gregg Fristedt, owner of The Bakery in Blooming Prairie, said his world has been turned upside down since the Jan.
Members of the Young Riders and Ripley Believe-It-Or-Not 4-H Clubs were offering ice cream sundaes last week at the American Legion Post in Dodge Center. For a free will donation, diners got ice with a variety of toppings to choose from. From left to right are Amelia Bucher of the Young Riders Club, Laurellee Burt, Nyla Winslow and Clara Burt of the Ripley Club.
The Young Riders and Ripley 4-H clubs joined forces with the Dodge Center American Legion last week to help out a Dodge Center family that lost t
It was a Blind Date with a Book at the Kasson Public Library last week. As Kiersten Hall holds the books about Tasse, the little dog, Carmen Tribbett tells how she came to write the children’s book to help youngsters understand Alzheimer’s Disease.
After 15 years as a wedding videographer, Kiersten Hall decided to write down the stories of the  mishaps and adventures of her job.
Don Pappas looks on as State Sen. David Senjem reads the resolution from the Minnesota State Senate honoring Pappas for his years at the helm of the Hubbell House.
Don Pappas has been overseeing the operations of the family-owned Hubbell House in Mantorville since 1986.
Dodge County Emergency Management Director Matt Maas, center, has been honored with the Minnesota Emergency Management Professional of the Year award for the second year in a row. State emergency officials Brian Olson, left, and Joe Neuberger presented the award to Maas on Feb. 13 in the Twin Cities.
Parents of three Blooming Prairie High School football players watch as their sons sign their letters of intent to play college football. Signing, from left, are: Karson Vigeland, Concordia of St. Paul; Gabe Hagen, Minnesota State at Mankato and Zach Weber, University of Wisconsin at Stout. Behind their sons are, from left, Erik and Michelle Vigeland, Joan and David Hagen and Heather and Ryan Weber.
This is what a destructive fire can do. Debris is everywhere as fire reportedly started in the northwest corner of The Bakery's basement. Seven fire departments fought the Jan. 28 fire. It’s still unknown what will happen with the building, but it is likely it will be demolished soon.
Members of the Young Riders and Ripley Believe-It-Or-Not 4-H Clubs were offering ice cream sundaes last week at the American Legion Post in Dodge Center. For a free will donation, diners got ice with a variety of toppings to choose from. From left to right are Amelia Bucher of the Young Riders Club, Laurellee Burt, Nyla Winslow and Clara Burt of the Ripley Club.
It was a Blind Date with a Book at the Kasson Public Library last week. As Kiersten Hall holds the books about Tasse, the little dog, Carmen Tribbett tells how she came to write the children’s book to help youngsters understand Alzheimer’s Disease.
Don Pappas looks on as State Sen. David Senjem reads the resolution from the Minnesota State Senate honoring Pappas for his years at the helm of the Hubbell House.
Dodge County Emergency Management Director Matt Maas, center, has been honored with the Minnesota Emergency Management Professional of the Year award for the second year in a row. State emergency officials Brian Olson, left, and Joe Neuberger presented the award to Maas on Feb. 13 in the Twin Cities.
Wednesday, February 19, 2020 - 5:29pm
For the second time in as many years, Dodge County’s Matt Maas is the state’s top emergency professional. On Thursday, Maas was awarded the Minnesota Emergency Management Professional of the Year through the Minnesota Department of Public...
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 - 6:26pm
After a slow start in a thrilling game on the Hayfield Viking boys basketball home court Feb. 7, Blooming Prairie's Awesome Blossoms used an aggressive defense to take command. The Blossoms emerged victorious over the Vikings, 59-54. The...
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 - 6:25pm
The Blooming Prairie Awesome Blossoms girls varsity basketball team sank five three-point shots in the first half to help catapult the Blossoms to a 52-47 victory over Hayfield Feb. 6. The big Gopher Conference win pushed the Blossoms'...
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 - 6:24pm
Trailing by 12 points at halftime, the New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (NRHEG) boys’ basketball team got within three points in the second half but couldn’t complete the comeback as they lost 74-79 to United South Central (USC) on...

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