Sunday, January 19, 2020

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There was nothing wrong with the offense, but Coach Nate Piller gave a lot of credit to the defense in a rout over NRHEG on the home court. The Awesome Blossoms defeated the Panthers 75-25 on Friday, Dec. 13. Blooming Prairie held the visitors to just 10 points in the first half. BP led at the...
Assuming lots of pastoral-type duties at her rural, southeastern Wisconsin church gave Sue Froelich a desire to be a pastor. "God kept working on me through other people to become a pastor," Pastor Froelich says. It was her 4-year old nephew who many years ago encouraged her to "go to Jesus school...
It has become a tradition each year for St. Mary’s fourth graders to try their hand at small business. The young students are tasked with bringing homemade objects to the annual event, which raises money for charity. “About 10 years ago, I went back to college to get my master’s degree with some...
About two dozen youngsters came to the Target in Owatonna last week to shop for Christmas gifts for siblings and parents as well as get something for themselves. It was all part of the annual Shop with a Cop program. Members of law enforcement from the Steele County Sheriff’s Office, Blooming...
A routine sentencing on a criminal vehicular operation case turned into being anything but normal in a Steele County courtroom last week. The defendant, Adam John Flategraff, 27, of Albert Lea, openly ignored the judge’s order from the bench to not have contact with his girlfriend who was in the...
Accused killer Lois Riess of Dodge County has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in the death of a look-alike woman in Florida. Riess appeared in court Tuesday morning in Lee County Florida where she pleaded guilty to murder with a firearm, grand theft of a motor vehicle, grand theft and...
A poor shooting night didn’t hinder the Awesome Blossom girls from winning their second straight game, as they took Faribault Bethlehem Academy to task in a 51-23 victory on the home court Dec. 5. It gave the girls a 2-0 record in the young season. Midway through the first half, the team trailed 13...
A very slow start plagued the NRHEG basketball boys, and Hayfield took advantage to forge a 76-45 victory over the Panthers Friday, Dec. 6. The loss pushed NRHEG to an 0-3 record for the season. “We didn’t start out very well in this game,” commented Coach Isaiah Lundberg. “Hayfield started 9-0 and...
The 2019 Chateau Speedway season champions include: back row, from left: Mark Wytaske – Owner, Troy Maas-Pure Stock Champion, Noah Grinstead-B Mod Champion, Zach Elward-Street Stock Champion, Ryan Goergen-Midwest Mod Champion, Annette Wytaske-Owner; front row: Brandon Davis-A Mod Champion, Justin Schelitzche-Hornet Champion and Michael Bryant-Mini Mod Champion. Elward and Davis are both from Hayfield.
The 63rd Anniversary Season of Racing at Chateau Speedway in Lansing was officially wrapped up on Saturday Night with the Awards Banquet held at Lansing Corners Supper Club.  The annual awarding of trophies saw the top five drivers in each of the six full time classes (Y Waste WISSOTA Hornets,...
“Without a great deal of practice,” remarked Coach Nate Piller, “I didn’t know what to expect, but the boys took over in good shape.” The Blooming Prairie Blossoms boys basketball team rolled to a 73-40 victory over Bethlehem Academy Friday, Dec.  6. at Faribault. It was a good way to open the...

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