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Apparently meal kit delivery is a thing. It’s not quite restaurant delivery in that you still have to cook it, and it’s more than grocery delivery, because you don’t have to plan the menu. The meal ingredients are delivered to your doorstep to be cooked in your own kitchen. They’re already cleaned...
Question: If I sell my vehicle to a private party, what do you recommend I do to protect myself in the event the new owner gets into a crash or is arrested prior to them transferring the title into their name? Answer: If the vehicle you sold is involved in a hit and run or pursuit and the driver...
The following appeared in the Rock County Star Herald on December 18, 1952.   Half Million Dollars In Corn Loans Made Here   Another Half Million Bushels Sold This Fall   Rock County farmers have converted their 1952 corn crop into more than $1,000,000 in cash since the crop was harvested this fall...
As mentioned in a column a couple weeks ago, I had sneaky feeling 2018 could be a good year for the Adrian Dragon volleyball team. After seeing the Dragons in action for the first time last Thursday night in Adrian, I’ve become even more of a believer in the team that wears the colors of blue and...
I know what you’re thinking — not another column about the Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener. But it’s only seven weeks away and there is still a lot to plan and finalize. We are entering the “dot the I’s and cross the T’s” time of hosting this event. The final schedule of events has been laid out...
I’ve been shopping wrong all these years. Have you ever realized your understanding of something basic has been misunderstood all along? That happened to me earlier this summer. During an otherwise normal conversation, I learned that I’ve been going through the grocery store “backward” my entire...
Lately I have had people questioning me about a rapidly growing vine that all off a sudden is very noticeable because of its sprays of tiny white flowers. It climbs up and onto anything its tendrils can attach to … fence lines, trees, shrubs, evergreens, etc. The pest I am talking about is wild...
The grounds at the Luverne Country Club could sport a carnival-type atmosphere on Sunday, Sept. 9. With the LCC’s annual club tournaments in the rearview mirror and postseason league play about to begin, club officials have decided to host an event geared to please the area’s youth. The first...
We always hope our children will do the right thing when the opportunity presents itself, and this summer two Luverne Elementary School students demonstrated their ability to do just that. The story begins on a rainy Wednesday afternoon when Luverne Middle-High School Principal Ryan Johnson was...
The following appeared in the Rock County Star Herald on November 13, 1952.   Fire at Hardwick Destroys Garage And Feed Store   Probably many persons at the fire at Hardwick last Thursday afternoon wondered what a fire truck from Arlington, South Dakota, was doing there. Here’s the story . . ....

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