Sunday, October 20, 2019

Steele County Times

A suspected violent offender from northern Minnesota who caused some tense moments at an area school was arrested in Blooming Prairie May 5.  Dodge County sheriff’s deputies locked down the exterior of the Hayfield Public School as a precaution after receiving information that an alleged violent...
“Get on your feet” was theme for the spring dance show in Owatonna Sunday night at the Four Seasons Centre. “We were supposed to be at OHS,” said Just For Kix (JFK) director, Victoria Johnson. “It just got too big.” And Johnson and company had to secure another venue. The location was different in...
It ‘tis the season to give Blooming Prairie a beautiful look. That was the message brought forward by Blooming Prairie Area Chamber of Commerce President Greg Johnson at a regular membership meeting held Wednesday noon, May 17, at Bunkies Grill & Lanes. With the community into celebrating its...
I had a chance to do a wedding a few weeks back and it prompted me to once again revisit the whole concept of marriage from a spiritual vantage point. First of all, we must remember that a marriage is a powerful relationship and also a powerful tool against spiritual darkness.  It is, in fact, the...
One of America’s best principals is coming back to the Owatonna School District as the second in command. Michelle Krell of Blooming Prairie will begin July 1 as the director of teaching and learning for Owatonna Schools. She looks at her new job as being the “assistant superintendent,” though it’s...
Police Chief Greg Skillestad agrees that the Blooming Prairie police force could use another officer. He’s been advocating for an additional officer for the last year.
Last week at the monthly Blooming Prairie city council meeting, Karen Peterson addressed the council to request the Blooming Prairie police force add another full time officer to its force. The police force currently has three full time officer, which is one shy of the number needed to have 24/7...
The Minnesota Supreme Court is being asked to look into the on-going feedlot issue in Dodge County. On Tuesday, Lowell and Evelyn Trom of rural Blooming Prairie filed a petition with the Supreme Court asking it to review the feedlot controversy that has been swirling around southern Dodge County...
*/ Wow, what an interesting few weeks it has been! On Good Friday Morning, just after my morning shower, everything started spinning! I thought oh no, another bout of vertigo, as I had probably experienced minor vertigo in the past. But this was the worst yet. I lay down in bed and the spinning...
Mothers and daughters have been known to shop together, but a fresh twist on that concept is a mother/daughter team in Owatonna that not only shops together, but they own a shop together.  The Rustique, a consignment shop owned by Karen Schultz and Tami Krogman, is located at 207 N. Cedar Avenue in...
Colored powder filled the air, the hair and the lair of the Medford Tigers Saturday. The annual Medford Color Run was held on a perfect day for a race with bright blue skies and warm temperatures. “It started out as a small fundraiser for some of the needs in the PE department at Medford,” said...

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