The city of Hardwick continued its battle against blight when it purchased a tax-forfeited parcel from the county for $1 at 103 S. Buckingham St.
Local volunteers with Leaders Partnering to End Poverty celebrated a milestone Thursday night when the Blandin Foundation “graduated” them from training.
The Luverne Instrumental Music Department presented its 2017 Spring Concert Friday night, May 11, in the high school gym.
By fall the Blue Mounds State Park will have a consistent supply of drinkable water for the first time in four years.
Luverne City Council members approved the plans and specifications for the 2018 airport fuel system expansion project at their May 8 meeting.
Luverne City Council members agreed to contribute $15,000 to help promote the community during the 2018 Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener.
Greater Minnesota’s child care shortage was on the agenda when U.S. Sen. Tina Smith’s staff was in Luverne last week to meet with local parents, providers, advocates and employers.
being a mom to turn you into your own mother.
The older I get and the older my children get, the more I see and hear my mother in my house.
Mostly I sound like her.
Over the past several months, more than two-dozen local volunteers have been grappling with the concept of poverty in our community.