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Sold signs in front of Spring Valley homes have been a common sight in Spring Valley lately.
DAVID PHILLIPS/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE Sold signs in front of Spring Valley homes have been a common sight in Spring Valley lately.
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The Spring Valley housing market has heated up in the past year as more homes were sold with an increase in sales prices, leaving few houses on the market in the city.
  • Housing market heating up in Spring Valley
    The Spring Valley housing market has heated up in the past year as more homes were sold with an increase in sales prices, leaving few houses on the market in the city.
  • Commissioner back to serve District 3
    District 3 Commissioner Gary Peterson isn’t exactly a new member on the Fillmore County Board, but it has been 16 years since he last served on the board, leaving to work in television news in 2000 after serving two terms.
  • Although Zach Kiefer is the first student to graduate from the alternative learning center (ALC) housed at Kingsland Intermediate School in Wykoff, there are several other students on their way.
  • ALC housed at Kingsland has first graduate
    “Things got really messy, and I thought I had no chance to graduate,” said 18-year-old Spring Valley resident Zach Kiefer, “but I heard about the ALC (alternative learning center) and decided to come back and try it out. I’m glad it was here because I would never have graduated if they never had started this. The environment is wonderful, everybody gets along and the teachers are good.”
  • The Spring Valley Economic Development Authority (EDA) took a moment to look back during its Feb. 8 meeting at the retail gap analysis session the group hosted on Jan. 18.
  • With thoughts of spring and warmer weather, the Wykoff Veterans Memorial Committee met for its Feb. 7 meeting.
  • Highway engineer Ron Gregg came before the commissioners to ask approval for the purchase of a snowplow truck and accompanying equipment during the Fillmore County commissioners meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 7. He also asked to purchase three replacement vehicles for the highway’s engineering department. 
  • Pilot Mound resident faces charges  after allegedly shooting at vehicle
    A 35-year-old Pilot Mound man was arrested for second degree assault after the Fillmore County Sheriff’s Office received reports of suspicious gunshots near his home just after midnight on Friday, Feb. 10.
  • A 29-year-old Chatfield man, reportedly coyote hunting, sustained a self-inflicted injury from a high-power rifle while a passenger traveling in a motor vehicle Monday, Feb. 6.
  • Cooperation between landowners, DNR is a must when controlling CWD
    Cars lined Main Street and the side streets surrounding the Chatfield Center for the Arts (CCA) last Wednesday evening as hunters, deer farmers and landowners from Chatfield, the surrounding area, and as far away as Hayfield, Byron and upper Iowa towns gathered at Potter Auditorium for a presentation on chronic wasting disease (CWD). CWD now affects wild deer populations in southeastern Minnesota, parts of Iowa and Wisconsin. 
  • Pilot Mound resident faces charges  after allegedly shooting at vehicle
    A 35-year-old Pilot Mound man was arrested for second degree assault after the Fillmore County Sheriff’s Office received reports of suspicious gunshots near his home just after midnight on Friday, Feb. 10.
  • Discussion focuses on recruiting, management with exit of Gold Cross
  • Sudden, aggressive illness changes life for local family
    “He is the pillar of our family, especially with Nathan deployed…he’s held us together, and he’s an extremely helpful person who has a great heart,” said Jordynn Tart Schmidt, describing her father-in-law, Kevin Schmidt, who was recently diagnosed with stage four colon cancer, which has since spread to his liver and lungs.  
  • Loon Juice shines at Sundance Film Festival
    Four Daughters Vineyard & Winery located west of Spring Valley is showing how a rural business featuring Minnesota agricultural products can become world class as its Loon Juice has appeared on America’s most popular television show and made its debut at a prestigious film festival.
  • Mission trip has different focus when local group heads to Estonia in March
    Valley Christian Center’s mission team has a different focus this year as it is headed to a country without an obvious need.
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