Thursday, April 27, 2017

Steele County Times

The greatest non-fiction story in history: God became man to redeem humanity. Isn't it amazing what God did? He became human to rid our lives of the eternal consequences of sin, whereby we could experience His life and be with Him forever. If not for this spectacular event, no one could be saved. I...
The State of Hockey could now possibly be in a state of panic as March continues to be a disaster for the Minnesota Wild. After Sunday’s 5-4 to Central Division foe Winnipeg, the Wild and head coach Bruce Boudreau have now dropped seven of their last 8 games to include five straight. In Boudreau’s...
Captains of the NRHEG girls basketball team celebrate with the fifth place trophy after defeating Rochester Lourdes 73-57 Friday afternoon at the Gangelhoff Center in St. Paul. Panthers' Betsy Schoenrock scored a game-high 20 points while Marnie and Maddie Wagner combine for 30. (SCT/Josh Zimmer)
St. Paul – Similar to its first two Class AA state tournament games, the NRHEG girls basketball team was in a one possession game midway through the first quarter. Then Betsy Schoenrock delivered the block that set the tone for the Panthers and they never looked back. Four different Panthers...
NRHEG's Marnie Wagner pushes the ball up court during the first half of the Panthers' 52-47 win over Esko in the Class AA consolation semifinal Friday at Concordia University-St. Paul. Wagner scored a game-high 15 points in the win. (SCT/Josh Zimmer)
St. Paul – Having arguably the hottest hand on the NRHEG girls basketball team this postseason, the first half was nothing short of frustrating for senior guard Marnie Wagner. In 16 minutes, she connected on just one of her seven attempts for two points. Then, just like her previous two games, she...
From left to right: Marissa Larson, Elly Strunk, Taylor Christianson and Seth Bedenbaugh are accompanied by their parents as they take part in a signing day ceremony at BPHS Thursday morning. (SCT/Josh Zimmer)
Any time an athlete has an opportunity to take their athletic careers to the next level, there’s a cause for celebration. And that’s exactly what Blooming Prairie High School did. Blossoms athletes Taylor Christianson, Marissa Larson, Elly Strunk and Seth Bedenbaugh gathered at Blooming Prairie...
“Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it” is a quote from George Santayana. Sitting in the County Commissioner meeting Mar 7, one would have been appalled at the attitude of the commissioners who gave citizens they elected, the floor and then either patronized them or ignored...
Roseau's Kiley Borowicz (44) deflects  NRHEG's Marnie Wagner's pass in the first half of the Rams' 82-64 State quarterfinal win at Mariucci Arena in the Class AA state tournament. Wagner finished with 16 points. (SCT/Josh Zimmer)
Minneapolis – For the first eight minutes of the NRHEG girls basketball team’s quarterfinal matchup against top-seeded Roseau in the Class AA state tournament, the Panthers were right in the thick of it, holding a two-point margin. Then Kiley Borowicz took over. Registering a quadruple-double,...
Huskies forward Carter Broton (10) pushes the puck into the offensive zone against Rochester Century on Feb. 23. Broton was named to the Big Nine's All-Conference team after scoring 18 goals this season.
On Tuesday night, the Owatonna high school boys hockey program capped off the 2016-2017 season with an awards banquet at the Owatonna Country Club. Senior Carter Broton and junior Tyler Wencl were the lone Huskies named to the Big Nine All-Conference hockey team while 27 members of the Huskies’...
Steele County Commissioners Rick Gnemi and John Glynn look at the architectural plans that were being proposed for the new Public Works Complex. The project is being delayed so that the commissioners can view other sites and compare costs. The estimated building cost was quoted as between $120 and $140 dollars per square foot.
“Have you read the FEMA report?” was a question posed by former Owatonna Ag teacher and soils specialist, Brian Kosel, at a special meeting held by the Steele County Board of Commissioners March 7. The County Board Room was packed and you could hear a steady hum of hushed conversations going on at...
The Thompson Sanitation building of Clarks Grove suffered serious damage from an F-1 tornado that struck the community on March 6. Most roads to Clarks Grove were closed to traffic early last week due to severe damage to the community.
The National Weather Service made it official early Tuesday ruling that considerable property damage in Clarks Grove Monday night, March 6 was caused by an F-1 tornado. The tornado struck this small city of 687 at about 5:45 p.m. Skies darkened and the winds ripped through Clarks Grove causing...

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