Corn harvest continues to lag behind the five-year average with about a quarter of this year’s crop still in the fields locally.
A shrimp hatchery will now join the already planned harbor and water treatment facility going up next year on nearly 60 acres along I-90 west of Luverne.
A childlike excitement surrounds this year’s Green Earth Players’ annual fall production when the group performs “Miracle on 34th Street.”
Stephen Harsma is buying Keith Aanenson’s locksmith business, and a ribbon-cutting Monday afternoon made the deal official.
A familiar Main Street business will have a new Luverne home in January.
A presenter with the Cass Gilbert Society wants Rock County residents to check their homes for furniture pieces belonging to the state of Minnesota.
It is once again election time for the FSA County Committee. Elections are held each year to replace a member whose 3-year term will expire.
Two cities and rural residents in southwest Minnesota and northwest Iowa were without electricity after a helicopter hit a supply line near Inwood, Iowa, Monday afternoon.
Rock County 4-H kicked off its new programming year with “All About Dogs” Oct. 21, when state 4-H dog show participant Rebecca Austin showed her rat terrier to the four Cloverbud participants.
Class reunions have been a part of Lisa Fischenich’s life even before she graduated from Luverne High School in 1983.