WildFlowers Coffee Boutique enjoyed an enthusiastic crowd of customers Tuesday morning for its official opening day.
Written notes home from teachers and lost student homework are rarely an issue anymore, thanks to a computer application at Luverne Elementary School.
The backyard of Mike and Erika Ramstorf on North Freeman Street has taken on a bit of a northern Minnesota flair when Mike constructed a 16-by-45-foot hockey rink in the couple’s backyard.
Poverty exists in Rock County and a group of concerned citizens, #Luv1LuvAll, is putting a face on poverty through a dinner theater performance next week.
Luverne High School’s 2018 mock trial students have been practicing early before school for the past three months.
The Rock County History Center is bringing to light its priceless collection of 8-by-10-inch glass negatives.
As part of approving the 2018 budget, the council in December authorized a 2.5-percent increase for union and non-union staff, including administrative and department heads.
Rock County Eye Clinic celebrated its new, expanded office and clinic space Friday morning with a ribbon-cutting and open house event.
By Lizabeth Stahl, Extension Educator in Crops
Janine Papik (left) of Luverne Street Music presents a check to Rock County Food Shelf director Mary Gehrke and Food Shelf board member John Oksness Thursday afternoon at the Food Shelf in the lowe