What's going on?

40 Year Wait Is Over For NRHEG
In an earlier post Sports Director Roy Koenig recaps the NRHEG boys track team winning the Gopher Conference for the first time since 1978. You can read about it here.
This Is Wrong
Patti Braatsh Turi of the Owatonna Arts Center Board of Directors along with Kim Purscell of Etiquette Matters were guests on AM 1390's Talk of the Town.
Read This If You're Going Camping
With the increasing problem of gypsy moths and the emerald ash borer progressing further into Minnesota, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has instituted new firewood rules this year.
Men's and Women's Wages In SE MN
The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development has issued a press release on how women's wages stack up versus male wages
How MN Became The Gopher State
Growing up in Wisconsin I learned early in school that the Badger State I lived in wasn't named because there were a lot of badgers living there.
Shooting Range Grants Now Available
If you're part of a group that needs funds for improving or even constructing a trap, skeet, rifle, pistol or five-stand shooting range, grant funds are now available.
Are You Making Less This Year?
The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development in a news release took a look at salaries for a number of fields across the state the first quarter of 2018
SMIF Grant Deadlines Next Week
Tim Penny of the Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation based in Owatonna was a guest on AM 1390's Talk of the Town. A number of deadlines for applications are due on Tuesday, May 15
I-35 Detour This Week
Crews continue their work on replacing the Steele County Road 18 bridge south of Owatonna over the interstate.
Rip Roar'n Rummage Sale
The Owatonna chapter of the Izaak Walton League is having a Rip Roar'n Rummage Sale the next two weekends.
Archery Day In Owatonna
A sport that has really caught on and grown in just the last few years is archery. More and more schools are joining in too
Were Cars Made In Owatonna Before 1900?
I stumbled upon an article written in 1972 by Alan Ominsky. He put a lot of effort in tracking down automobiles that were made in Minnesota in the real early days