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Safety Survivors Day Camp participants and Rock County 4-H ambassadors pose with Hardwick volunteer firefighters (sitting in front) Chelsey Javner and Lowell Schelhaas. Pictured behind the firefighters (first row, left) are Erica Lysne, Mary Christians, Jaycee Chapa, Thea Richards, Blake Sauer, Jaydon Johnson, Maddox Miller, Ava Steinhoff, Lydia Schuld, Rachel Graves; (second row, behind volunteers) Anja Jarchow, Larissa Steinhoff, Layke Miller, Mitchell Sauer; (third row) Kris Severtson, Coulter Thone, Ter
On Friday morning, June 12, 21 children in first  through fourth grade attended the “Safety Survivor Day Camp” hosted by Rock County 4-H. Children participated in several activities to learn about four basic areas of safety. Activities included learning about germs and proper hand-washing...
  A group of Rock County teens traveled to the Adrian Elementary School last week as part of the Rock County Library teen programming to attend the Henna Body Art program, sponsored by the Adrian Branch Library. Pictured at the June 25 event are (front row, from left) Brandy Pilaczynski, Annabell...
  Fey Industries, Edgerton, will celebrate 50 years in business Friday, July 10. The public is invited to attend an open house event between 9 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. The event includes tours of the facility, cake and refreshments. Fey Industries is a light manufacturing company that was started in 1965...
Jaime Vincent
Jaime Vincent, Sioux Falls, is opening a new weight loss business in Luverne, The Ideal Weigh, which will offer the Ideal Protein health protocol. “I have been with The Ideal Weigh, Inc in Sioux Falls since we opened in 2008,” Vincent said. “The Ideal Weigh in Sioux Falls was the first Ideal...
Curt Bloemendaal
Curt Bloemdaal was honored Wednesday, June 24, as Luverne’s Outstanding Chamber Member. He was the guest of honor at a Chamber social and celebration at Sterling’s Café and Grille in Luverne. “Curt’s life of service for the Luverne community and his professional success at Tri-State Mutual...
  Singers, musicians, comedians and entertainers of all ages are encouraged to sign up for the 14th annual Rock County Fair Amateur Talent Contest. The event will be Wednesday night, July 29, at the historic Palace Theatre in Luverne. Prizes of $100, $75 and $50 are awarded to the top three winners...
  Recognized as top performing hotels as reviewed by travelers GrandStay Hotel and Suites, now in its fifth year in Luverne, is among GrandStay® Hospitality, LLC hotels to receive the TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence Award. The award celebrates excellence in hospitality and is given only to...
The Carnegie Cultural Center in Luverne is currently featuring a display by professional photographer Deb Leilani Parks, including student photos taken at Blue Mounds State Park by her “Capture the Prairie” photography class. The exhibit is on display now until the end of July at the Carnegie on...
Pictured at Monday’s ribbon-cutting at the Rock County Veterans Memorial are (front, from left) Nancy VanDeBerg, Don Bryan, Derek Boeve, Ryan DeBates, Billy Cowell, Alan Cox, Cindy Cox, Steve Ennis, Dave Hup, (back) Holly Sammons, Faye Bremer, Patti Olson and Dave Haugom.
Community members gathered for a ribbon cutting Monday afternoon at the Rock County Veterans Memorial on the courthouse lawn. The event recognized new Luverne Chamber members Cox Realty and Land Services, LLC, which includes Alan Cox, broker; and Realtors Cindy Cox, Dave Hup and Billy Cowell....
Water availability in northeast Rock County will become less susceptible to drought thanks to an estimated $3.6 million project proposed by Lincoln-Pipestone Rural Water System (LPRW). Mark Johnson, LPRW chief executive officer, and LPRW commissioner Jerry Lonneman met with Rock County...

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