“Everybody in town knows her, and she’s probably served everyone in the last 20 years or so,” said Angie Potter, speaking of her mother-in-law, longtime Spring Valley resident and Big Bob’s server Carol Potter.
The non-Amish community has been reaching out to Amish neighbors near Canton since Jan. 11, when a fire destroyed not only a home but is presumed to have taken the lives of two Amish men – Yost Hershberger, 58, and his son, Benjamin Hershberger, 18.
The Fillmore County News Leader and Bluff Country Newspaper Group co-owner David Phillips were recognized last week for excellence during the Minnesota Newspaper Association’s (MNA) annual convention.
The seniors of the Spring Valley area are proving age is only a number and fitness is important at every stage in life.
Celebrate Valentine weekend with a dinner theater production by Brave Community Theatre of "Hearts and Flowers,” a comedy menagerie of music, mystery and monologue.
During the Jan. 25 meeting, city administrator Deb Zimmer told the Spring Valley City Council that the Rural Fire Board and the Spring Valley Fire Department approved the replacement of the 1986 Ford fire engine for a new rescue pumper with a probable delivery in 2018.
Four Daughters’ wines made such a reel-y good impression at the Sundance Film Festival last year that the Big Boy, Chad’s Folly, Moscato and Marquette were made the stars this year.
The Fillmore County Sheriff’s Office is contiuing to get calls and reports of numerous scams that are being tried on local residents.
Members of the American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion, are invited for a special event at noon on Thursday, Feb. 4.
Fillmore County’s commissioners handled some housekeeping items during the Tuesday, Jan. 26, board meeting.
Wykoff’s city council dealt with two major issues during its first meeting of the year – the operation of the new wastewater treatment plant and the city’s contract with waste hauler Waste Management.
Joining the Fillmore County Sheriff’s Department is like coming home for new officer Nathan Olson, who began patrolling the streets of Spring Valley on Nov. 20.
The Spring Valley Public Library’s (SVPL) board of trustees welcomed a new member, Jessy Betts, to its membership during the Jan. 21 meeting and also heard a report on county library support funding.
The Kingsland School Board added interim activities director to the title of John Dols following action taken Wednesday, Jan. 20, two days later than the usual third Monday for its regular board meeting due to the Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday.