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Change is on the way

Matt Segler

Change is Now is a student run group who strives to make a more positive OHS. It all started when Nick Hagen and Bryce Knutson were talking about how they could make a better environment at OHS, and realized that others had the same ideas. The two started planning and added more members.  The group founders are Hagen, Knutson, Jasmynn Stechmann, Nick Sande and Kjerstin Anderson wanted to create a...

October 18, 2017

OHS welcomes new assistant principal

OHS welcomes new assistant principal

Mary Sager

OHS has a new assistant principal. Mr. Chris Moore will be taking over after long time assistant principal Jeff Miller has retired. Mr. Moore has been in the education system for 15 years with a combination...

September 29, 2017

OHS welcomes new teachers

OHS welcomes new teachers

Magnet Writing Staff

Here are some new faces at OHS for the 2017-2018 school year.

September 21, 2017

Longtime OHS fixture retires

Longtime OHS fixture retires

Spencer Steckelberg, Writer

One face commonly seen around the halls of OHS will not be here next year. That is because after nearly 34 years of being involved in schools, Assistant Principal Jeff Miller will be retiring. Mr. Miller...

May 31, 2017

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Building spirit for the parade

Building spirit for the parade

Brody Veach

The Homecoming Parade will look a little different this year. The route that the floats travel on is shorter than before. Instead of going in a full circle around downtown, the parade route will be moving in an ‘L’ shape, which will make the parade more compact. The parade will begin at the corner of Rose and Cedar Ave. and will end at the corner of Grove and Broadway. The parade route is South on Ce...

September 29, 2017

Changes for Homecoming

Changes for Homecoming

Adam Larson & Serena Omangi

As fall comes around, that means another homecoming week. This year there are a lot of changes. Instead of having the annual powderpuff game there will be a kickball game instead. Student Council Adviser Sandra Justice said, “There is no powderpuff this year because we had fifty students in the stands last year , we had more kids on the field playing than in the stands and that’s not really wh...

September 22, 2017

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Sliding into the season

Sliding into the season

Brock Stephenson

The Boy’s Soccer team currently holds the number four spot in the AA conference trailing right be...

September 29, 2017

Huskies take care of business early in the season

Huskies take care of business early in the season

Evan Hackerson

The Owatonna Huskies Football team has had a hot start to the 2017 season. The Huskies have shown hope...

September 28, 2017

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