LUVERNE — Yeast and corn, two common kitchen ingredients, may help reduce dependence on fossil fuels through an innovative process being utilized commercially for the first time in a southwest Minnesota ethanol plant.
SLAYTON — According to an old quote attributed to Lucille Ball, if you want something done you should ask a busy person to do it. If not for the age disparity, she could have very well been talking about Slayton Mayor Miron Carney, who is indeed a busy man and sure seems to get a lot done.
WINDOM — Cheryl Hanson loves promoting the city of Windom, not just because it’s her job as president of the Windom Area Chamber of Commerce, but because she truly believes the city is a wonderful place to be.
MILOMA — It could have been a metropolis, a teeming town and a center of southwest Minnesota commerce.
Located at the junction of two major railroads — the Milwaukee and the Omaha — people once believed Miloma was bound for greatness.
The grandeur never quite materialized.
FULDA — What do you get when you put a few medical professionals, a retired cop, a grocery store clerk, a truck driver, a couple of farmers and a telephone guy in a room together? The Fulda Community Ambulance crew, of course.
LISMORE — It’s been 100 years since Mary Ann Spieker’s father, Herman Wieneke, helped build the distinctive twin-spired St. Anthony Catholic Church in Lismore, but neither the stately structure nor Spieker’s reliance on it as her faith home are visibly diminishing with age.
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