The 2018 Rock County Fair may be one for the record books based on last week’s ideal weather.
“Everyone was right where they needed to be, right when they needed to be there.”
Construction bids for the Luverne school building project came in higher than engineer’s estimates and no bids were submitted for the electrical work.
At 92, Doreen Rollag has been making music for most of her life, and she’s happiest when she’s sharing her talents.
A group of youth from Grace Lutheran Church, along with some support from adults in the congregation, painted Courtney Gonnerman's home in Luverne July 23 and 24.
Primary voting is well underway in Rock County with most rural precincts participating by mail.
Seventeen of Rock County’s 23 voting precincts have opted to vote by mail ballot.
The city of Luverne is in the process of acquiring land west of Shopko to create opportunities for future commercial development.
Interested persons have until Tuesday, Aug. 14, to file affidavits of candidacy for election to the governing boards of schools, townships and city councils.
Springwater Township Board will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 7, at the home of clerk Teresa Kramer.
Following are the results reported for Open Class competition at the 2018 Rock County Fair: