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Abby Talks to Med Students

Abby Donahe is like most 18-21 year-olds. She went to school, has friends, dances, plays sports, went to prom, has a boyfriend and works a job. Abby also has Down Syndrome. For the third year, she presented a 25-minute long speech to the incoming medical school class at the University of Minnesota

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One More Heatwave

Near record warmth is possible in the Rochester area as the summer season comes to an end.

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Super Bowl Rings in Town

When that team that won't be named won the AFL-NFL championship game in 1967, the game wasn't even called the Super Bowl. Retroactively, it was dubbed Super Bowl I. And when the winners were presented with their simple title rings, who could have imagined how big the game, and the championship rings, would get through the years.

Owatonna gym

OHS Soccer, Volleyball Win

The Owatonna girls soccer team won its fourth straight match, blanking Rochester John Marshall 1-0 on a late first half goal by Jordan Whalen. It was the Huskies fifth shutout of the season.

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Owatonna’s Abby Donahe Delivers Powerful Message to Med School Students

Abby Donahe is like most 18-21 year-olds. She went to school, has friends, dances, plays sports, went to prom, has a boyfriend and works a job. Abby also has Down Syndrome. For the third year, she presented a 25-minute long speech to the incoming medical school class at the University of Minnesota

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Jostens’ Super Bowl Ring Display Brings Major Bling to Owatonna

When that team that won't be named won the AFL-NFL championship game in 1967, the game wasn't even called the Super Bowl. Retroactively, it was dubbed Super Bowl I. And when the winners were presented with their simple title rings, who could have imagined how big the game, and the championship rings, would get through the years.

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