Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Steele County Times

After 8,649 votes were tallied, Owatonna School district’s $77.9 million bond referendum has been passed. The results were 57.3% yes and 42.7% no. Out of the eleven ward and precincts, only one leaned towards no. The rural votes swung 33.4% yes. Though a few were close, all of the other ward and...
NRHEG players celebrate after securing the 3-0 win against St. Peter Monday night in the section 2AA quarterfinals.
The New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva Panthers volleyball team defeated St. Peter 3-0 Monday, Nov. 2 in the Section 2AA quarterfinals at Mankato East High School.  For full coverage Monday's game, as well as the rest of the Panthers section play, check out the Nov. 10 issue of the Steele...
Mankato based band, Navigating North, consists of Owatonna Senior High School graduate Jay Seaser, Hailey Johnson and Josiah Jorgensen. The band has been a hit in coffee shops and acoustic venues, and they recently recorded an EP.
In a total of 48 hours, Owatonna High School 2011 graduate Jay Seaser and two other band members drove to North Carolina, recorded their EP  album and drove back to their apartments in Mankato at the end of May. The EP album that they recorded was recently featured in Noisetrade’s New & Notable...
Senior Lance Ulrich stands over Northfield’s quarterback and celebrates after a tackle against Northfield during Tuesday’s section playoff game.
The Owatonna Huskies have only been kept out of the end zone once in over five years of play. Last Tuesday, Northfield managed to do just that, holding the Huskies to a single field goal en route to a 15-3 section win.  The Huskies were heavy favorites going into the home game against Northfield....
Darin Palmer of Albert Lea Police Department began the classroom portion of South Central Drug Investigation Unit’s private training exercise on Oct. 14.
The empty rooms, hallways and lounges of the closed Cedarview Nursing Home complex on South Cedar Street served an important purpose for the South Central Drug Investigation Unit (SCDIU), as it conducted private training exercises.  The second floor of the empty nursing home served the unit a space...
Anticipation is beginning to build, and younger students are eagerly looking forward to the all-school musical at Blooming Prairie High School just four weeks away. “Peter Pan,” or the boy who never grew up, has the cast now working tirelessly in learning lines, words to the songs and the movements...
Sophomore linebacker Perry Peterson runs past Blue Earth Area’s senior offensive guard Chandler Karl.
Despite a rally in the fourth quarter, the New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (NRHEG) football team still wasn’t able to earn a win against the formidable Blue Earth Area (BEA) Buccaneers.  Although the game, held at NRHEG High School, resulted in a tough loss and brought the NRHEG Panthers’...
Sales staff of Ag Power in Owatonna talks with a customer looking at a four-track tractor introduced in August by John Deere. The unit was demonstrated on Ahrens Farm east of Owatonna last week.
Envision a green machine that has four tracks and will give farmers the versatility they need in a field tractor on tracks. “This is a big deal and one of the biggest promotions of John Deere in recent history,” said Owatonna Ag Power regional sales manager Kevin Hansen. “It’s a tractor that our...
The New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva High School marching band earned first place in their division and the coveted VIP Award at the Waseca Marching Classic in September. Above, the band celebrates their accomplishment after receiving their trophy.
The New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (NRHEG) High School band earned recognition at the Waseca Marching Classic earlier this September but, members of the band also earned something even more valuable: the respect of their new band teacher, Jacob Bender.  Bender began his first year as NRHEG’...
The Huskies played a tough game against a worthy competitor: the Century Panthers. With the win, Owatonna claimed the sub-district championship title.
The Rochester Century Panthers gave Owatonna a run for its money Friday night, but as the game went on, it became clear Owatonna was the better team. Thanks to a slow, methodical offense and dynamic defense stops, Owatonna was able to shut down the Panthers 21-0 in the second half to claim the 35-...

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