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Teresa Oftedahl spent her Thursday afternoon manning the sales till at the school’s makeshift rummage sale.
The sidewalk under the Luverne High School canopy looked like a rummage sale Thursday when surplus school equipment was set out with a price tag on each item. Included for sale were ranges (gas and electric), chairs, mailboxes, weight room equipment, Smart Boards with projectors, projectors, filing...
Question: If I sell my vehicle to a private party, what do you recommend I do to protect myself in the event the new owner gets into a crash or is arrested prior to them transferring the title into their name? Answer: If the vehicle you sold is involved in a hit and run or pursuit and the driver...
Beaver Creek City Council members accepted a bid of $175,000 from MC&R, Sioux Falls, for a splash pad at the city park on the southeast side of town. Construction will start this spring or summer.
Beaver Creek City Council members accepted a bid of $175,000 from MC&R, Sioux Falls, for a splash pad at the city park on the southeast side of town. At their Wednesday, April 8, meeting via Zoom, council members discussed the cost of the splash pad with regard to the coronavirus-depressed...
Lots are officially for sale in Luverne’s new Uithoven Addition on the west edge of town. The Luverne Economic Development Authority took action Monday morning to set terms, conditions and sale prices for lots in the subdivision named for Mike and Vi Uithoven who once owned the land. EDA director...
In an agreement announced Aug. 7, Teal’s Market and its Highway 75 convenience store in Luverne have been sold to Sunshine Foods, based out of Sioux Falls. Sunshine Foods General Manager Brent Bosch said the store was closed several days during the transition but reopened Wednesday, Oct. 9,...
Manda Steensma (back, left) and Vicki Altena (back, right) sold their WildFlowers Coffee Boutique to Tracy Wieneke, Adrian, (front, left) and Teri Jeeninga, Rock Rapids. The Jeeninga sisters, who grew up near Little Rock, Iowa, said they plan to continue WildFlowers’ mission in the community.
WildFlowers owners Vicki Altena and Manda Steensma have been prayerfully seeking new owners for their downtown Luverne coffee boutique. When they announced in March the business was for sale, they said they’d be patient in finding someone to continue their mission. “I call this community ministry...
Business partners and friends Manda Steensma (left) and Vicki Altena are seeking a new owner for their WildFlowers Coffee Boutique but will keep the business open and operating as usual until the right buyer can be found.
Business partners and friends Vicki Altena and Manda Steensma have poured their hearts into WildFlowers Coffee Boutique in downtown Luverne. “Between remodeling the building, working as baristas and managing part-time employees, it has been a joyful adventure,” Altena said. They announced last week...
James Montag of Rock Rapids, Iowa, purchased JJ’s Tasty Drive-In in Luverne from longtime owners Randy and Donna Slade. The sale was official Sept. 3.
After 40 years behind the grill, Randy Slade decided last week to pass the spatula and drive-in dining tradition to the next generation. The sale of JJ’s Tasty Drive-In on South Highway 75 in Luverne to James Montag was completed in a matter of weeks. The official sale took place Sept. 2. Slade’s...
Glen Gust announced his retirement Friday, when he signed the purchase agreements for his grocery and convenience stores to Teal Family, who operate 11 area grocery stores under the names Teals Market and Fiesta Foods.
Glen’s Food Center and Glen’s Food and Gas have been sold to Teal’s Market, based out of Cold Spring, and Glen Gust has announced he’ll retire. “He’s the hardest working person I know, so this is well-deserved,” Glen’s General Manager Sherri Thompson said Wednesday. “It will be an exciting...
Plant workers process poultry meat in the Luverne Gold'n Plump plant in this 2001 file photo.
Goldn’ Plump has been purchased by Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation, headquartered in Greeley, Colorado. According to an announcement Tuesday, Pilgrim’s Pride intends to pay $350 million in cash for GNP Co., which produces Gold'n Plump and Just Bare chicken, based in St. Cloud, Minnesota. It's not yet...

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