April 1, 2018 - Lonna talks with Patricia Osborne with Farmers Feed and Pet Supply, she talks with Michelle Redman, Executive Director for Big Brother Big Sisters of Southern Minnesota and finally she talks with Patrick Gavin about the upcoming Owatonna Bike Blessing.
May 1, 2018 - Lonna talks to Jerry Ganfield about the history of Pillsbury Academy and why it was build in Owatonna, she talks with Vonda White, the new owner of Camp Pillsbury about how she came to own Camp Pillsbury and what Camp Pillsbury all has to offer and finally she talks with Jill Hoggard of Jill Hoggard Dance Studio and their upcoming Dance Showcase in May.
June 1st, 2018 - Lonna talks with Al Smith about his passion for pencil art, James Lundgren about what is happening at the Steele County Historical Society and finally she talks with Kim Cosens about the history of the Harry Wenger Marching Band Festival.
July 1st , 2018 - This month Lonna talks to Dan Moeckly from the Steele County Historical Society about their current exhibit “Toys and Play 1970’s to Today, she talks with Emma Christianson, Blooming Prairie 2018 Graduate, and finally she talks with Nancy Vaillancourt and Becky Noble talks about the Blooming Prairie Fourth of July Events.
August 1st, 2017 - Lonna talks with Janet Hedberg about her love for horses and the role she play in the Steele County Fair, Alex Beaver, Janet's grandson, talks about his role with the family horse tradition and Brad Nelson, from the White Sidewalls, shares some history of the band and invites everyone to stop by fair square to watch listen to them play.
September 1st, 2017 - On this episode Lonna talks with Darryl Hill looks back on his life, volunteering and his career, Luke Johnston an athlete from Medford High School talks about overcoming challenges and Debbie Eddy tells us about an upcoming Alzheimer’s event.
January 1st, 2018 - Lonna talks with Tom Peterson, CEO and Founder of Climate by Design International, Inc., about the history of CDI, she talks with Emma Zinsli, OHS Junior about her faith journey, her experiences with concert band and cheerleading, and finally she talks with Maureen Schlobohm, Executive Director of the Steele County Clothesline about their upcoming annual fundraiser “Come Fly with Me”.
February 1st, 2018 - Lonna talks with John Gross, Medford Historian, about the history of the Piper house, she talks with Lindsay Thompson about her role as the new director of Young Life and finally she talks with Kari Lindsay about the Blessing Bag she is putting together that helps people going through cancer treatments.
March 1st, 2018 - Lonna talks with Hollie Kahnke of Foam Craft Packaging about the history of their company, she talks with Jalisa Matthews, OHS Jr. about achieving the Gold Award in Girl Scouts, and finally she talks with Karen Spielman about the upcoming Night of Knights Auction.
October 1st, 2017 - Lonna talks with Sylvan Durbin about his 40 years with the Owatonna Arts Center, she talks with Sandy Hardee-Hagen about youth in Little Theater of Owatonna and she looks behind the scenes with event coordinator Stephanie Kibler of the Steele County History Center.
November 1st, 2017 - Lonna talks with Mike Pierce, Veteran, and Trudy Pierce, member of The Auxiliary to the VFW about the upcoming Veterans Day programming at the OMS and around the community, she talks with OHS Senior Audrey Revier about what is happening during her senior year and where she is headed in the future, Lonna also talks with Julie Anderson about what is happening at Steele County Transitional Housing.
December 1st, 2017 - Lonna talks with Kurt Halverson, Community Education Coordinator from the Owatonna Credit Union about the importance on managing your finances, Jacqueline Zamarron, OHS Junior talks about the opportunities with Post-Secondary Education and her Youth Lead role at Northridge Church and finally Lonna talks with Adam Woitalla, OHS Wrestling Coach, talks about the Wrestling Kickoff Dinner at the Owatonna Middle School and how that fundraising impacts the Owatonna Wrestling Program.