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A Sioux Falls architect firm has developed plans, cost estimates and a timeline for expansion and improvements at the city pool and fitness center. The estimated $3 million Phase 1 is a basic remodel and addition of 10,150 square feet. It addresses priorities of staff, the committee and the...
Felicia Hanson (left) and Tracey Houg reopened for business Tuesday, March 14, after completing a 10-day makeover of Hanson’s Sincerely Yours beauty salon. Missing is what Hanson called the Berlin Wall, a six-foot-high wall that used to divide the salon area in half.
Sincerely Yours reopened March 14 after a 10-day renovation to the 134-year-old building on Main Street in Luverne. “We needed new flooring,” said Hanson, who has owned the beauty shop and tanning salon for almost 17 years. “And we hated the wall.” For decades a six-foot-high wall divided the salon...
The 11,500-square-foot Grand Prairie Events Center can accommodate 600 people, but it can be sectioned into three separate rooms.
Mike and Wanda Jarchow’s soon-to-open Grand Prairie Events Center will accommodate up to 600 people with tables, chairs, linens, china and everything needed for special events. “It’s kind of a stationary version of the tent business,” Mike Jarchow said, referring to their Big Top Tent Rental...
New owners of Up The Dam Creek Bar in Beaver Creek are (from left) Earl Vanden Bussche, Marci Lee and Wade Hofer.
The Dam Creek Bar in Beaver Creek has been open since April 14, and the new owners are pleased with business so far. “It’s been wonderful,” said one of the owners, Earl Vanden Bussche, Beaver Creek. “Our customers, our friends, the community — they’ve all be great.” Vanden Bussche is a newcomer to...
Librarians (from left) Bronwyn Wenzel, Serena Gutnik and Barb Verhey sit in the new teen room at the Rock County Community Library. After two months of construction, the library will reopen to patrons Monday.
The Rock County Community Library has been closed to patrons over the past month, and during that time the inside of the building received fresh paint, new carpeting and a whole new update. The library will reopen to patrons Monday. “We finally get to share all this work with the community,” said...
LaDonna Iveland, Luverne Street Music president (left), and Vice President Janine Papik are pictured in the Carnegie's main floor, which is undergoing improvements along with a $91,000 worth of basement construction.
A cloud of construction dust hangs in the air at the Carnegie Cultural Center as workers prepare the historic building for its new tenants. Luverne City Council members approved a 10-year agreement with Luverne Street Music to lease the city-owned Carnegie Cultural Center. The non-profit music...
Since the Rock County Community Library closed to patron visits Feb. 15, workers from Jones Library Services, Carlisle, Iowa, returned to assemble the new shelving that arrived earlier than expected. They later brought lending materials from the basement back up to the main floor. By week’s end the...
The Council for Arts and Humanities in Rock County (CAHRC) recently terminated its lease for the Carnegie Cultural Center in Luverne, and a new fine arts group is interested in using the space. Officers of the non-profit Luverne Street Music attended the City Council meeting Tuesday, Nov. 16, to...
Subcontractors working with Design Craft, Luverne, work to remodel the former Lewis Family Drug building off of Each Main Street for the Southwestern Mental Health Center, which purchased the building in 2013. Staff will move in in October.
Remodel work continues this summer on the former Lewis Drug building on East Main Street in Luverne. Southwestern Mental Health Center purchased the building in September 2013 for the purpose of expanding its operations from the current location on Luverne Street south of the courthouse. According...
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