Sunday, January 26, 2020

Steele County Times

After suffering its first loss of the season before Christmas, the Blooming Prairie girls basketball team got back on the winning side of things by cruising to two victories over the past week. On Jan. 2, the Blossom girls killed Chatfield 57-30, though they got off to a slow start in the game....
Westfield’s Lane Lembke manipulates the upper body of his opponent during the Rochester Mayo wrestling tournament on Dec. 21. The Razorbacks didn’t fare well in the tournament as they placed 38th out of 41 teams. Westfield will travel to Grand Meadow on Thursday, Maple River on Saturday and a...
It had been a dry spell for the NRHEG Panther boys basketball team over the first month of the season, but it finally got into the winning column by posting two straight victories over the past week. On Dec. 31, the Panthers handed Lake Crystal-Welcome Memorial 61-50. Lonnie Wilson led the scoring...
The Awesome Blossoms are on fire as they piled on their fifth consecutive victory by pounding Chatfield 64-34 in boys basketball action on Jan. 2 in Blooming Prairie. BP had an impressive first half as it outscored Chatfield 40-12. Coach Nate Pillar credited his team’s defense and rebounding for...
With state approval recently, the Cedar River watershed is expected to get nearly $600,000 in new funding over the next two years to improve the water quality of area lakes, streams and groundwater. The Cedar-Wapsipinicon Comprehensive Watershed Management Plan was approved Dec. 18 by the Minnesota...
A visit to Judy Lestrud's birthplace last month ended in the discovery of some graffiti left by her father, Dale Mowers, then a railroad depot agent in Wickenburg, Ariz. Judy points to the name of her father, which was etched on a depot door some 71 years ago.
Sign in, please. Some 71 years ago, Dale O. Mowers, a young Santa Fe Railroad depot agent, signed his name on a railroad depot door in Wickenburg, Ariz. Fast forward to 2019 and the name was discovered by daughter Judy Lestrud of Blooming Prairie. Judy, wife of this columnist, always knew of her...
After the Owatonna Police Department officially initiated a body camera program at the tail end of 2019, Steele County is looking to follow suit and explore its own options when it comes to body worn cameras. Due to several high-profile incidents in recent years, body cameras have become a topic of...
For the third straight year, a large group of coyote hunters participated in a fundraising event for the benefit of the Blooming Prairie Cancer Group. Fifteen pelts were turned in at the close of the hunt at The Cue Company on Saturday, Jan. 4.
Heads were shaking in disbelief as word got out that the third annual Coyotes for Cancer fundraiser on Saturday, Jan. 4, raised $28,000 with the beneficiary being the Blooming Prairie Cancer Group. "Today is not about the hunting; it is about coming together as a community to remember our friends...
Christmas has always been my absolute favorite time of the year. We have so many long-time traditions that we cherish in our family, especially the Christmas tree.   We always had a fresh Christmas tree when I was growing up. Some years we would go to a tree farm with Dad and cut down the perfect...
It is still early in the season, but the Awesome Blossom girls are beginning to think they may have something special. The team earned number four without a loss in convincing fashion 65-46 at New Richland Friday Dec. 13.  Defense got a lot of credit for the win, although the offense gave a good...

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Blooming Prairie, MN 55917

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Kasson, MN 55944

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