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Grand and reserve grand champion winners in the Rock County Fair Open Class competition on hand for a photo Friday afternoon include (front, from left) Coy Thone, Coulter Thone, Andrew Luitgens, Maria Rops, (middle row) Stacey Thone, Wilma Van Der Linden, Mandie Petersen, Lori Witte, Linda Brady, Marge Baker, Shirley Connor, (back) Betty Leuthold, Barb Sandbulte, Eric Fick, Carol Goehle, Marcia Essman and Dorral Kramer Guzman.
Following are the results reported for Open Class competition at the 2017 Rock County Fair: Floral: •Best of Show, Eileen Hemme; Reserve Best of Show, Shirley Connor. •Champions of Subdivisions: Eileen Hemme (2), Marge Baker, Owen Sudenga, Shirley Connor, Lynette Jauert. •Reserve Champions of...
“Country Sunrise,” by Caryn Harrington of Adrian was a winner in the August Prairie Photo Contest.
The Luverne Convention and Visitors Bureau has announced the winners of the August 2016 Prairie Photo Contest. “Country Sunrise,” by Caryn Harrington of Adrian, and “Touch the Sky Night Lights,” by Thomas Jungroth of Crystal, were named the August winners according to a judging panel comprised of...
Jason Schultz (left) and Mike Davis (center) duke it out in the first Stein-Holding Contest as organizer Rick Peterson encourages the men’s division finalists to keep their glass steins at shoulder level. The contest was part of Rock River Beerfest activities Saturday afternoon at the Blue Mound Ice Arena in Luverne.
Twenty-seven people participated in the first Stein-Holding Contest during Saturday afternoon’s Rock River Beerfest. The contest featured a men’s and a women’s division with each challenged to hold, at shoulder height, a glass stein filled with beer weighing 5 ½ pounds. Each division was limited to...
Daniel Harrington’s photo of an approaching storm across the prairie was selected as the June winner of the Prairie Photo Contest through the Luverne Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Board members with the Luverne Convention and Visitors Bureau took a little extra time deciding the winners of the June Prairie Photo Contest. Chosen were a sunrise photo at Blue Mounds State Park by Debbie Kippen of Blaine and a prairie storm photo by Dan Harrington of Adrian. “The board had a...
Open Class Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion winners from the 2016 Rock County Fair are (front, from left) Nancy Walgrave, Katie Walgrave, Greg Burger, Barb Sandbulte, Bev Rickenbaugh, Maria Rops, Kyle Ferguson, (back) Linda Wenzel, Eric Fick, Marcia Essman, Karon Nagel, Evan Prekker, Andrew Prekker, Megan Sauer and Julia Ferguson. (Not all winners were present for the photograph.)
Following are the results reported for Open Class competition at the 2016 Rock County Fair: •Field Crops: champion, Eric Fick; reserve, Eric Fick. •Vegetables and Fruits: champion, Chloe Schoeneman; reserve, Loren Forrest. •Sewing: champion, Megan Sauer; reserve, Connie Bergman. •Crocheting,...
The Beaver Creek Sportman’s Club sponsored a fishing derby Sunday, June 12, at the Hills Rez. The event was hosted by the group as part of the Friendship Days weekend activities. BCSC president Arlyn Gehrke said, “There was a total of 60 participants and over 350 fish were caught.” Winners in the...
Aleigha Glidewell
Two Rock County students will be honored for their writing skills at the Veterans of Foreign Wars District mid-winter meeting on Jan. 2 in Morton. Eighth-grader Aleigha Glidewell and ninth-grader Mary-Frances Ladd, both in the Hills-Beaver Creek School District, wrote winning essays for the VFW...
Light ’Em Up! first-place contest winner in Beaver Creek is Sterling Shaffer.
The first-place winner of the Light ’Em Up contest sponsored by the Hills Lions Club in Beaver Creek is Sterling Shaffer who lives at 402 East 1st Ave.   Shaffer, 76, describes himself as one of the elite seniors in the town of Beaver Creek. He has a passion for Christmas and decorates both the...
Spotlight Dancers perform a number during the July 29 Rock County Talent Show in the Palace Theater.
Performers in the Annual Rock County Talent Show took to the Palace Theatre stage in Luverne Wednesday night to sing, dance and entertain for judges and audience members. With a full program with more than 30 entries, the Palace auditorium was full and local talent showcased at its best. “It was a...

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