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Gevo Inc. celebrated the completion of two 2.5 MW wind turbines west of Luverne to power its local ethanol and isobutanol production plant Wednesday morning, March 11. Landowner Greg Gabrielson (in middle, holding scissors) completed the ribbon-cutting with (from left) Gevo representative Chris Ryan, Rock County Commissioners Greg Burger, Stan Williamson, Sherri Thompson, Gevo CEO Patrick Gruber, landowner Greg Gabrielson, Harrison Street representatives Carolyn Arida, Christopher Merrill, Commissioner Gary
Gevo Inc. stepped closer to becoming the first bio-based production company to use renewable energy resources to power its production plant and reduce its carbon footprint on the environment. The two wind turbines — west of the Luverne Agri-Energy facility — are expected to supply electricity to...
Eleven Rock County townships and the city of Beaver Creek will need to replace their property tax assessor in the next 90 days. Previous assessor Pete Jessen announced Feb. 18 to Land Records Director Tom Houselog that he will step down from the position by the end of 2020. Houselog met with county...
A new 50-by-80-foot building at the wastewater treatment plant will be used to store equipment like the TerraGator, which is used for sludge application.
Gridor Construction, Buffalo, is working on a $14 million upgrade and rebuild of Luverne’s 60-year-old wastewater treatment system. The wastewater plant is being rebuilt, and major components — some that are original to the 1956 plant — are being replaced. The work is divided into two major parts....
With the new school year off to a successful start, now is a good time to talk about the school board’s long-range plan to meet the facility needs of students, teachers and the community. Luverne School District residents will decide whether to move forward with the school district’s building...
Rock County residents can help decide where state water quality dollars should be spent by attending two public meetings next week. The meetings —Tuesday, Aug. 22, and Wednesday, Aug. 23, — are part of the One Watershed-One Plan (1W1P) Initiative for the six-county area that includes Rock County....
Before the city of Hardwick invests a possible $100,000 in street improvements, council members want to know what residents think of the planned project. A public input meeting is scheduled Thursday, July 14, during the council’s regular monthly meeting. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. at the Hardwick...
To the Editor: Thank you for the recent coverage of “The Loop.” I humbly read the article and the attached document of the “Loop Trail Master Plan.” I am totally amazed at how far Holly Sammons and her team have come to make a vision reality. WOW! What an asset this is going to be to the city of...
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