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  • New murals beautify Spring Grove

    The value of art in Spring Grove is evident in many places. Recently more beauty was added to the town through two murals hand-painted by Decorah artist Carl Homstad. Homstad’s murals have adorned Spring Grove architecture for many years; he recently completed a mural on the exterior of the Bluff Country Artists Gallery and is currently working on a mural on the east side of Northern Engraving.

  • Work progressing on Jordan Township Hall
    “It’s sort of like a legacy we’ve received.  The people before us took good care of it for a very long time, and now it’s our turn to do that,” said rural Chatfield resident Tim Gossman, surveying recent restoration work done on the Jordan Township Hall located on County 102, just southwest of Chatfield. 
  • Jail Haus in Wykoff gets new roof

    The Historic Wykoff Jail Haus Bed & Breakfast now has a shiny new roof so that it can keep up its longtime job of housing “inmates.”

  • Steve Brown excited about WinTech’s move to Rushford

    “I think this will be a very good move for us. There’s a lot of work to be done until we’re up and running here. But it will be well worth it,” said WinTech Industries CEO Steve Brown, as he walked around the 9,200 square foot building on the north end of Rushford he recently purchased.

    
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