The 1902 Milwaukee Elevator looms over the Preston Trailhead, reminding residents and tourists of days gone by when the railroad provided the primary method of transportation. Now in the hands of the Preston Historical Society, it is one of the iconic historical sights within the community.
A Valentine’s performance will provide some advice on dating and love, but most of all, it will provide plenty of laughs as “Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating and Marriage” hits the stage in Spring Valley Feb. 12 through 14.
“We’re inviting people to bomb the library with love…we have a bunch of hearts and tools here for people to use to decorate the hearts, and they’ll be put in the windows when they’re done,” stated Chatfield Public Library director Monica Erickson.
“We love trails and just being active. We like that Spring Valley has the eight miles of trails within the city, but we thought wouldn’t it be great if Spring Valley could be connected to something else?”
Helen’s Daughters. The name is synonymous with beautiful, top-quality, individually crafted handbags that can be seen around the world.
When you hear something go bump in the night do you hide under the covers or do you venture out to investigate?
Spring Valley’s ice skating rink has moved to a new location — just south of the new gazebo on the asphalt that was once part of Park Street.
For many years God has moved in and through Fillmore Free Methodist Church, inspiring attendees to demonstrate Christ-like love and servant attitudes in a very special way.
When Friends of Forestville gathered at the Gateway for their annual Christmas dinner party, they were celebrating more than just another year of successfully supporting Historic Forestville site. Everyone was interested to see just how the endowment fund was progressing.
Christmastime is the season of giving and residents in Fillmore County show their giving spirit each year through Christmas in Fillmore County. This countywide effort makes sure everyone, no matter what their financial or social situations, have presents under their tree on Christmas morning.
“We never, ever envisioned it being what it is today,” said Dale Hinckley. “The first two years were spent just plain trying to survive.”
Fillmore County residents’ continuous support of its Relay for Life event has once again brought national recognition to the local event.