Category Archives: Featured Post

Love Your Hometown Giveaway

Last week, in honor of Valentine’s Day, some of Edgerton’s businesses wanted to reward their customers for shopping locally. They each handed out a nice Valentine’s Day prize to an unsuspecting shopper throughout the day on Wednesday, Feb. 14. The

February is “I love to Read” Month

Local schools are celebrating February by encouraging students to read even more than normal. At Edgerton Christian Elementary School, students are logging their minutes and if they meet their goal, they will get to compete in a mini Olympics. On

Work Resumes at Habitat House

Construction on the Habitat for Humanity (HFH) house in Edgerton has been at a stand-still for several months. The house is located in the 500 block of 2nd Ave. North, in the De Kam addition north of Fey Industries. No

Celebrates 100 Years

Peter Krosschell will celebrate his 100th birthday on Thursday, Feb. 1. Beside him as he celebrates is his wife of 77 years, Alice, who is 98. Pete was born in 1918 to Evert and Eva (Vander Voort) Krosschell of Edgerton.

Edgerton School Board Organizes for the Year

Edgerton schools had their first snow day on Monday. Blizzard conditions made for poor visibility, despite the fact that we did not get all the snow that the weatherman had predicted. Article by Ruth Fennema –  At the reorganizational meeting

Enjoying A Little Winter

Students in grades one through five at Edgerton Christian Elementary School were rewarded for meeting their reading requirements last week. The students walked to the sledding hill along the alley east of Mechanic Street. There was still a little snow

Prins is a New Owner at Drooger’s

By Jill Fennema – As of January 8, 2018, Tadd Prins is one of the new owners of Drooger’s Food Center. For the past six weeks or so, he has been learning the ropes at the Edgerton grocery store. Mike

Proud Minnesotans to host huge events

Fey chosen as volunteer for Super Bowl LII By Rick Fey – A few years ago we as Minnesota taxpayers watched as government officials spent millions of dollars to partner with the Minnesota Vikings’ owners to build a new stadium. Many

Edgerton’s Rural Water Connection Tops Headlines in 2018

In June, the Edgerton City Council voted to connect to the Lincoln Pipestone Rural Water System. On October 31, LPRW officially began receiving water from the Lewis and Clark Water System into its distribution system.  They are currently pumping approximately

Students Win Drawing Contest

The Edgerton Enterprise hosted a drawing contest for 3rd through 5th graders this year. The students did very well! Choosing winners was a difficult task, but the ones we have selected are in this issue of the Edgerton Enterprise. You