Ellsworth

Joyce Holm, 89, Luverne, died Saturday, June 13, 2020, at the Parkview Manor Nursing Home in Ellsworth. A time of fellowship will be from 9:30-10:50 a.m. Friday, July 10, at the Dingmann Funeral Home in Luverne. A private family graveside service will be at Maplewood Cemetery in Luverne....
Delores M. Dressen, 98, Ellsworth, formerly of Magnolia, died at the Parkview Manor in Ellsworth on Sunday, May 31, 2020.        A memorial talk via Zoom conferencing platform will take place in the near future.         Arrangements are provided by Hartquist Funeral Home of Luverne, www....
Area high school seniors are graduating on their original commencement dates, but the ceremonies won’t be in gymnasiums or on football fields. Instead graduation events will be conducted remotely as recommended by the Minnesota Department of Education in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19...
“We are all in this together” is a friendly competition between the communities of Adrian and Ellsworth. Announcing the event are (top, from left) Danielle DeBeer with her dog, Sadie, John Faber, (bottom) Adrian Peace Office Ashley Kane, Kendra DeBeer, and Kyler and Bryson Kunkel.
The cities of Adrian and Ellsworth are competing for bragging rights for “most patriotic community” as part of a pandemic effort to lift spirits among residents. According to Adrian Community Assistant Megan Vortherms, the two city offices announced it earlier this week to residents. “We decided we...
Dick Visker
Dick Visker, 94, Ellsworth, died on Monday, Feb. 24, 2020, at Sanford Luverne Hospital. A funeral service was Friday, Feb. 28, at the Zion Presbyterian Church in Ellsworth. Burial followed at Grand Prairie Cemetery near Ellsworth. Dick Visker was born July 1, 1925, to Jullo and Winnie (Mulder)...
Jean Deutsch, 91, Ellsworth, died Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020, at Parkview Manor Nursing Home in Ellsworth. A funeral Mass was Monday, Jan. 6, at St. Catherine Catholic Church in Luverne with burial at St. Mary Catholic Cemetery in Ellsworth. Arrangements were provided by Dingmann Funeral Home of...
Ellsworth School District residents again supported a tax increase to keep the doors of their school open. They overwhelmingly approved a request for a new 10-year $1,779.50 per pupil operating levy.  Of 259 ballots cast, 83 percent (216) were yes votes and 17 percent (43) were against the...
Every two years state legislators submit requests for the capital budget bill. The requests include improvements to state facilities, public lands and grants to local government entities. The city of Ellsworth is requesting a $1.3 million grant for a new city hall, multi-purpose center and...
Ellsworth Superintendent John Willey uses the district’s online tax calculator to show Cliff Schilling how the referendum would specifically affect his taxes if it’s approved by voters.
Ellsworth School District residents are again being asked for money to keep the doors of their school open. At an Oct. 15 public meeting, they learned about a proposed 10-year $1,779.50 per pupil operating levy. “We’re out of gas,” Superintendent John Willey said about the reason for the referendum...
Between rain showers Tuesday morning, City of Ellsworth officials ceremoniously broke ground on their new city hall. Pictured (from left) are architect Jeff Nelson, contractor Terry Kelley, councilor Paul Snyder, contractor Dan Kelley, councilor Collette Smythe, councilor Larry DeBeer, councilor Richard Gaul, commissioner Gene Metz, city attorney Don Klosterbuer, Mayor Tasha Domeyer, Sen. Bill Weber, Rep. Rod Hamilton, Rhonda Groen and city clerk Dawn Huisman.
On the same site where 10 months ago Ellsworth City Hall once stood, city officials and dignitaries ceremoniously broke ground for a new Ellsworth City Hall Tuesday morning. Actual construction begins Monday by Swift Construction Inc. of Sioux Falls. The 3,583-square foot city hall and community...

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