Wednesday, June 26, 2019

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The mother and daughter combination of Faye Caron and Nicole Caron of Faribault displayed some attractive holiday items at the 46th Annual Village Affair Saturday, Oct. 27 at the Blooming Prairie High School.
Pam Folkens and Mandy Doocy, co-chairs of The Village Affair in Blooming Prairie, echoed this question: "Where did all the people come from?" The 46th annual Village Affair, a holiday bazaar, was held Saturday, Oct. 27 in the hallways, commons area and gymnasium of Blooming Prairie High School....
Steele County auditor Laura Ihrke gets ready for next week’s election by preparing the county’s new voting machines. The county replaced its 27 voting machines with the newer models this year with about one-third of the cost coming from a state grant.
Voters in Steele County will be utilizing new voting machines as they cast their ballots next week. This year Steele County has replaced its older voting machines with new DS200s. There are 27 voting machines utilized to cover the county’s 26 voting precincts and one extra for the county auditor’s...
Jacob Riffe and Kathrine Richards of Owatonna left work early Thursday afternoon to head down to the Steele County Administration Building where Steele County Recorder Rick Kvien married them. Riffe and Richards had been engaged for two years before deciding just the day before to finally get married without a big wedding. The county recorder’s office has presided over 13 wedding ceremonies since it began offering marriage services in June.
For Jacob Riffe and Kathrine Richards of Owatonna, they wanted a hassle-free wedding that spared them the cost of an expensive day. They found just exactly that last week as they left worked early one afternoon and sought out county recorder Rick Kvien, who married them in less than five minutes....
On Tuesday morning Mower County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a farm accident in Blooming Prairie which resulted in one male being airlifted to Saint Mary’s in Rochester by Mayo One. According to the Sheriff's Office a 24 year old farm hand Adam Harber was cleaning the inside of a grain bin in...
The Blooming Prairie Lions Club, represented by President Greg Skillestad and board member Dean Zilm, recently presented a $10,000 check to the Blooming Prairie Veterans Memorial cause. This donation put the project over its $250,000 goal set four years ago. Shown from left to right are corporation members and committee members Kurt Blume, Keith Holman, Jaclyn Schlichter, Doug Miner, Lion Greg Skillestad, Lion Dean Zilm, Fred Voukon, Ken Vermylyea, Tom Walters and Tom Peterson.
A donation of $10,000 by the Blooming Prairie Lions Club has pushed the Blooming Prairie Veterans Memorial over its $250,000 goal established four years ago. "This is truly a momentous occasion," remarked Tom Peterson in accepting a check from President Greg Skillestad and Lions Board Member Dean...
Sheriff Thiele
Less than two weeks before the election, Sheriff Lon Thiele is breaking the silence over on-going negative campaign smears against him and attacks on his credibility.  For the first time during the current sheriff’s race, Thiele is lashing out about how the campaign is being run by his opponent,...
Nineteen-month-old Maddox Anderson and his grandmother Coleen Peterson say hello to a couple of beautiful Belgian horses that came to the Jeff Witt farm of rural Blooming Prairie.
It's like not being able to wake up from a dream that takes you back in history to years past. That's what it seemed like last Saturday for many motorists who traveled by the Jeff Witt farmstead on Highway 218, just about seven miles south of Blooming Prairie. After cool and rainy weather cancelled...
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 the owners of Berkshire Hathaway HomeService Advantage Real...
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. 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 the Community Award for their many contributions to the...
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. "It's a day for all ages and genders to shop and have fun," added Folkens' co-chair Mandy Doocy. Folkens represents the American Association for University Women (AAUW...

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