What would Rock County be like without the Star Herald? Think of all that would be lost — not the least of which would be an official record of our lives.
Roughly 120 people learned the basics of rock climbing at the Blue Mounds State Park over the weekend. All eight “I Can Climb!” sessions were filled with participants of all ages from all over the tri-state area.
Jim and Marilyn Van Santen's home on County Road 6 north of Beaver Creek had significant damage from a Monday blaze. The cause of the fire is unclear.
It’s not immediately evident looking at the exterior of the house, but Luverne Fire Chief David Van Batavia said Jim and Marilyn Van Santen’s home is “significantly damaged.”
Dr. Nicole Woodley
Female patients at Sanford Luverne Medical Center will soon have more options for women’s health services with Dr. Nicole Woodley, who starts Aug. 28 (see story on Page 3A).
This sign is posted on the Rock County Courthouse door alerting residents of possible delays in the licensing center.
Nearly a month after the state’s Driver and Vehicle Services updated its computer mainframe, local residents are still waiting for business to return to normal.
A new manufacturing plant may open for business south of Luverne in 2018 if state funds come through as planned.
Jim and Marilyn Van Santen's home on County Road 6 north of Beaver Creek had significant damage from a Monday blaze. The cause of the fire is unclear.
Dr. Nicole Woodley
This sign is posted on the Rock County Courthouse door alerting residents of possible delays in the licensing center.

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“Our local Rock County Star Herald prints the pulse of the community. In doing so, readers are informed and enlightened on positive and negative impacts of news happening in our area. Thank you to their dedicated reporters and staff that cover a wide variety of activities that demonstrates the...
What would Rock County be like without the Star Herald? Think of all that would be lost — not the least of which would be an official record of our lives. Our archives date back to 1873; we’ve been here nearly as long as our forefathers who settled the prairie 150 years ago. Even in an era of...
Roughly 120 people learned the basics of rock climbing at the Blue Mounds State Park over the weekend. All eight “I Can Climb!” sessions were filled with participants of all ages from all over the tri-state area. Trained professionals from Vertical Endeavors Guided Adventures, Minneapolis, provided...
Jim and Marilyn Van Santen's home on County Road 6 north of Beaver Creek had significant damage from a Monday blaze. The cause of the fire is unclear.
It’s not immediately evident looking at the exterior of the house, but Luverne Fire Chief David Van Batavia said Jim and Marilyn Van Santen’s home is “significantly damaged.” The house on County Road 6 north of Beaver Creek and west of Luverne caught fire Monday evening and a neighbor reported it...
Dr. Nicole Woodley
Female patients at Sanford Luverne Medical Center will soon have more options for women’s health services with Dr. Nicole Woodley, who starts Aug. 28 (see story on Page 3A). Dr. Woodley, a Luverne native, provides obstetrical and gynecological services and will be the first full-time OB-GYN at the...
This sign is posted on the Rock County Courthouse door alerting residents of possible delays in the licensing center.
Nearly a month after the state’s Driver and Vehicle Services updated its computer mainframe, local residents are still waiting for business to return to normal. “We are at about 20 percent functionality,” said Rock County’s Auditor-Treasurer Ashley Kurtz last week. “With all the different types of...
A new manufacturing plant may open for business south of Luverne in 2018 if state funds come through as planned. Under a resolution passed Aug. 8 by the Rock County Commissioners, Midwest Dry Cast is eligible for job creation funds through the Minnesota Department of Economic Development. Midwest...
A different approach and a more focused roadway condition study by Minnesota Department of Transportation officials has propelled U.S. Highway 75 to be included in MnDOT’s 10-year roadway improvement plan. Greg Ous, transportation engineer with District 7 that includes Rock County, presented MnDOT’...
Auditions for “Miracle on 34th Street” will be Aug. 27 and 28 in the Green Earth Players community theater building on Edgehill Street in Luverne. Luverne native Bruce Kurtz is directing the performance, which will require three men, two women and one girl, plus another “dozen men or women and many...

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