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Buster Johnson wheels some of the food shelf inventory during the moving process. Behind him is Matt Kirkpatrick. At the side are Mary Grems and Benjamin Wessel. PHOTO SUBMITTED
Buster Johnson wheels some of the food shelf inventory during the moving process. Behind him is Matt Kirkpatrick. At the side are Mary Grems and Benjamin Wessel. PHOTO SUBMITTED
Tuesday, October 14, 2014 8:28 AM

The Spring Valley Area Food Shelf has a new home.

  • Spring Grove City Council says no to frac sand

    The Spring Grove City Council took a stand on frac sand mining during its Feb. 17 meeting.

  • Fillmore Central learns how to counter bullying

    For many years, bullying has been a source of conversation and advocacy for school students and adults. Sadly, most every school has bullies and many times young people don’t know how to react to someone hurting another person.

  • Emergency responders hold  cold water training in Chatfield

    “The unknown is always scary, but we always know that we were never alone,” said Chatfield Fire Department Safety Officer Dan Jaquith.

  • Ostrander's most senior resident celebrates 105 years

    "One hundred and five years old! That is something," said Amber Nielson, granddaughter of Vina Lund.

  • Mabel Public Cemetery running out of funds

    For most of Mabel’s history, the Mabel Public Cemetery has been a peaceful place located north of Mabel along County Road 28. Now in 2015, the cemetery is running out of funds.

  • Kingsland grad explores agriculture  in South Africa through FFA program

    FFA takes its members many places — even South Africa, a country Valerie Earley experienced through International Leadership Seminar for State Officers (ILSSO).

  • Preston elevator going to the birds

    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.

  • Mixing Business and Pleasure

    Ralph Waldo Emerson once said “The crowning fortune of a man is to be born to some pursuit which finds him employment and happiness.” Our culture has taken that to heart as many of us strive to work in a career that not only fills our emotional needs, but our wallets as well. But, these local couples have discovered that happiness may not come from where you work, but rather, who you work with. As we approach Valentine’s Day, we salute these couples in business.

  • Measles outbreak not a local worry

    As a measles outbreak continues to spread across the United States, Minnesota joins the list of states where it’s present. But the spreading of the disease across the state – or, more specifically to Fillmore County – is not causing an all encompassing concern for government health officials, other than serving as a reminder to get vaccinated for measles.

  • Spring Valley wines travel  to Sundance Film Festival

    Wines from Spring Valley are getting notice far from southeastern Minnesota as stars in music and film have sipped the local wine at big events across the country.

  • Chatfield’s Carnegie Library to  celebrate centennial on Sunday

    Now you’re privy to the latest news…the Chatfield Public Library is a whole century old.

  • Rushford-Peterson seniors Give Back celebrate fourth year of Pink Out

    Since 2011, Seniors Give Back has taught Rushford-Peterson students a vital secret to success; volunteering time to help others. One of the most vital parts of their year is the cancer fundraiser that takes place every February known as “Pink Out.”

  • Sports writer wins award  in state newspaper contest

    Craig Moorhead won an award from the Minnesota Newspaper Association for a sports story published in the Spring Grove Herald and News-Record in the fall of 2013.

  • New year brings changes for Spring Valley hotel

    Spring Valley Inn and Suites has a new look and a new name.

  • Gil B's honored by Lanesboro's Historic Preservation Commission

    Several years have passed since Lanesboro’s historic district was established. Every year since, the city of Lanesboro has given an award to businesses who work to preserve the historic look and image of the city.

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