Hardwick

Henry Petersen
Henry George Petersen, 75, Hardwick, died Sunday, June 7, 2020, at his home surrounded by family.        A memorial celebration of Henry’s life will be Saturday, June 13, beginning at 3 p.m. and continuing into the night. Friends are invited to drive through the yard to offer their condolences or...
Fey Industries employee Lisa Gunnink (right) delivers a box of face shields to Hardwick Fire Department member Joan Kindt in Hardwick.
Fey Industries, Edgerton, is on a mission to distribute personal protective equipment to everyone who needs it on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to filling orders for customers nationwide, the company is donating protective face shields to communities where Fey Industry...
An excavator made quick work of the former wooden elevator at Chandler Feed Co. in Hardwick Thursday afternoon, May 7. According to manager Miles Brown, the small grain storage structure hadn’t been in use recently and its age (estimated to be one of the early structures built at the city’s...
Steve DeSplinter sanitizes countertops Saturday night in an empty Green Lantern Café and Bar in Hardwick. State officials closed all bars, restaurants and public accommodating venues March 18 to slow the spread of the coronavirus. DeSplinter and his wife, Linda, purchased the Green Lantern a year ago and business is now limited to curbside-pickup meals and off-sale liquor until May 17.
Weekends typically bring crowds and welcome business to the Green Lantern Cafe and Bar in Hardwick. But on Saturday, only a handful of customers entered the business, picked up their take-out orders and went home.  Under state order, small business owners like Steve and Linda DeSplinter have...
Luverne High School senior Chandra Javner created the winning design selected for the 2020 Tri-State Band Festival button. The school’s fine arts and graphic arts classes submitted selections from which Tri-State Band Festival committee members chose Javner’s design. She created the design in Mr....
Chandler Feed Company submitted a height variance request for 114 feet for a proposed 600,000-bushel grain bin next to its facility. Hardwick City Council approved the request at an April 14 public hearing conducted by teleconference.
A height variance was granted April 14 for Chandler Feed Company to build a new grain bin in Hardwick. The Hardwick City Council conducted the teleconference variance hearing with Derek Krosschell and Miles Brown with Chandler Feed Company participating. No face-to-face meeting took place amidst...
Chandler Feed Co. is seeking a height variance to add an additional grain bin at its First Street location in Hardwick.      A public teleconference hearing is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 14. No in-person hearing will be conducted in order toprevent the spread of the coronavirus.      The...
Arnold Callsen
Arnold P. Callsen, 81, Hardwick, died Saturday, March 21, 2020, at the Good Samaritan Society – Mary Jane Brown Home in Luverne. Visitation was Tuesday, March 24, at Hartquist Funeral Home in Luverne. A family committal service followed at St. Joseph Cemetery in Jasper. Arnold Peter Callsen was...
Marvin Hawes
Marvin Ordell Hawes, 86, Luverne, died Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2020, at the Minnesota Veterans Home in Luverne. A funeral service was Monday, Feb. 3, at the United Methodist Church in Luverne. Burial with military honors followed at Jasper City Cemetery. Marvin Hawes was born Dec. 15, 1933, to Floyd...
Helen Krogmann
Helen Ione Krogmann was born on November 5, 1930, to Herbert and Genevieve (Willey) Huebner in Pipestone, Minnesota. Helen was baptized and confirmed at Zion Lutheran Church in Hardwick, Minnesota. She attended District 10 rural school for eight years. During her school years, she was a member of...

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