Thursday, July 20, 2017

Steele County Times

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...
Last week marked the annual Owatonna Educators Awards and Recognition Banquet hosted by the Owatonna Education Association. It was held at Monterey Ballroom on May 10 with a dinner and award ceremony and about 200 people in attendance. The night honors teachers who are retiring or reaching...
Vicki Lysne, Jerry Ganfield, Nancy Morness, Jame “Corky” Ebeling, Jack Spitzack, and Tom Brick pose with the plaques they received for excellence in tourism. This is the first time the chamber has recognized separate facets of tourism.
Owatonna is a wonderful place to visit, and the Owatonna Chamber of Commerce decided to honor a few of the people who help make it that way. The 2017 Tourism Awards were handed out on May 11 during a luncheon at The Steele County Historical Society Center. Kate Godfrey, director of Conventions and...
Detective Joel Hunt stands with Police Chief Keith Hiller. Hiller commended Hunt for his work, especially in regards to keeping children in the community safe from internet crimes.
The boys in blue got a special round of applause last week at the Owatonna Police Officer of the Year Recognition Banquet. The annual event is sponsored by the Moonlighter’s Exchange Club of Owatonna and was held at the Owatonna VFW hall. Over 100 people were in attendance on May 11 to congratulate...
Owatonna's Walker Nelson (1) attacks the net during the Huskies'14-9 win over Northfield Friday night at OHS Stadium. Nelson led the offensive charge with five goals and three assists. (SCT/Josh Zimmer)
The last time the Owatonna High School boys lacrosse team played Northfield, it came down to the final seconds before the Huskies dropped their lone conference loss of the season. Friday night at OHS Stadium, Owatonna had one thing on their mind. Redemption and Walker Nelson led the charge. Scoring...
Team scores: Medford 163, Rochester Area Christian Educators 133, J-W-P 105, MN State Academy for the Deaf 80, Bethlehem Academy 55 Individual results 100-meter dash: 2. Noah Pirkl 12.40, 3. Jerone Chavis 12.68, 4. Warren Garza 13.91. 200-meter dash: 2. Levi Larsen 26.37, 4. Devon List 27.58, 7. I...
Owatonna No.1 singles player  Eden Mrozek returns a volley during the Huskies 7-0 sweep over Austin Thursday in Big Nine Conference action at the OHS tennis courts. Mrozek went 2-0 on the day. (SCT/Josh Zimmer)
Looking to end the regular season on a high note, the Owatonna boys tennis team hosted a pair of Big Nine Conference foes in Austin and Northfield Thursday at the OHS tennis courts. In the first match of the day, the Huskies made quick work of the Packers, winning in a 7-0 sweep. No.1 singles...
NRHEG first baseman Kayley Camerer (15) records the final out to seal the Panthers' 10-5 comeback win over Medford in Gopher Conference action Thursday in Medford. (SCT/Josh Zimmer)
Medford - Through six innings, the Medford High School softball team looked to be a mere three outs away from extending the school’s single-season wins record to seven. The NRHEG Panthers on the other hand, who won a close decision over Maple River on Tuesday, were challenged by their head coach...
The Blooming Prairie Ambulance Service annual open house is quickly coming up! Come join us on Tuesday, May 16th, 2017 from 4-7pm at our facility located at 501 4th Street SE in Blooming Prairie! There is A LOT to do this year at our open house! Enjoy FREE food, take a tour of our facility and...
Captain Eric Rethemeier hands out certificates to the newly sworn in officers. His fellow officers stood around the council chambers to watch the swearing in.w
When the Owatonna city council convened last week, it was to a larger crowd than usual. The Owatonna police force swore in eight officers and promoted one officer to sergeant. “This is one of the most favorite things I get to do,” Police Chief Hiller said as he looked over the newest members of his...

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