As droves of visitors lined up outside Minnesota’s Largest Candy Store last week, many questioned why the seasonal attraction was allowed to open (limiting capacity to 200 people) while boutiques, restaurants, shops and salons up the road in downtown Jordan remain shuttered.

A “Welcome to Jordan” mural was painted in 1989 on a brick building at the corner of Broadway and First streets as part of a project spearheaded by the Jordan Area Chamber of Commerce. Over the years, the mural weathered and paint chipped away until it was hardly legible. Few people wanted t…

Beloved Belle Plaine resident Paula Olsen passed away almost a year ago, but her legacy is strongly preserved at the Hair Loft — the downtown Belle Plaine salon she established in 2016 — thanks to the hard work and dedication of her former employees.

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