For the fourth straight year, John Lorang of Woodbury returned to his hometown and won the Porter Harvest Festival 5K off-road race.
For the fourth straight year, John Lorang of Woodbury returned to his home town and won the Porter Harvest Festival 5K off-road race.
Guiding Audyn Traen into the St. Edward School was Landon Pohlen.
Mason Whortenbury seemed excited to get back to school as he hurried off the bus at the Minneota Public Schools.  Kaitlyn Gorecki brought items in a bag at the St. Edward Catholic School.
Vying for Boxelder Bug Day Queen are: (left to right):   Klaire Banks, Jodi Buysse, Raeann Bruner, Jada Nielsen and Katie Walerius. The new queen and her court will be chosen at the Saturday Night Queen Pageant.
Boxelder Bug Days is just around the corner with the three-day annual event being held Sept. 7-9 in Minneota. One of the more popular activities held during Boxelder Bug Days is the Smokin’ BBQ Cook-off with the public able to sample and vote for their favorite recipe.
The Ramirez family includes: (left to right) Isaiah, Alvaro, Alexis and Emily.
Expressing a desire to turn the page and start a new chapter in their life, Minneota City Clerk Alexis Ramirez and her family will be moving to Colorado at the end of the month. "I will miss the supportive community and my co-workers," said Ramirez.
"The Burn" is one of the most popular events of the Memorial Run at Minneota. These two did it head-to-head.
There's the serious side of the annual Minneota Memorial Run. Besides all those motorcycles, the fun and the beer and the ride around the countryside itself — and, oh, let's not forget the "burn" of worn tires, there's the reason for the ride.
Josie Frank laughed her way through the water fights.
Porter is a small town, not the small town they talk about in the movies of about 20,000 people. This is a SMALL town —maybe 200 people. But when the Porter Harvest Fest comes around, the meaning of "small town" comes to life. It really isn't as much a "Fest" or a "Festival" as it is a "HOMECOMING."
For the fourth straight year, John Lorang of Woodbury returned to his hometown and won the Porter Harvest Festival 5K off-road race.
Guiding Audyn Traen into the St. Edward School was Landon Pohlen.
Vying for Boxelder Bug Day Queen are: (left to right):   Klaire Banks, Jodi Buysse, Raeann Bruner, Jada Nielsen and Katie Walerius. The new queen and her court will be chosen at the Saturday Night Queen Pageant.
The Ramirez family includes: (left to right) Isaiah, Alvaro, Alexis and Emily.
"The Burn" is one of the most popular events of the Memorial Run at Minneota. These two did it head-to-head.
Josie Frank laughed her way through the water fights.

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For the fourth straight year, John Lorang of Woodbury returned to his hometown and won the Porter Harvest Festival 5K off-road race.

For the fourth straight year, John Lorang of Woodbury returned to his home town and won the Porter Harvest Festival 5K off-road race.

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Richard “Fuzzy” Downing, 69, of Minneota, died on Tuesday, August 20, 2019, as the result of a car accident south of Minneota.

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