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Sarah Iverson’s got hair stepping stones to great style on the corner, and they got her her own.

“I’d wanted my own — that was always my goal. With every shop I worked at, I took a little bit of what I enjoyed. They were stepping stones…I took the good and the bad experiences at each and ran with it,” Iverson said.

She is the proprietor of Corner Cuts Salon, the new shop on the corner of Main and Second Street in downtown Chatfield. She explained she arrived there from her aspiration to give everyone who sits in her chair great style and her dreams of actually being able to own a salon and give everyone a great hairstyle.
Sarah Iverson’s got hair stepping stones to great style on the corner, and they got her her own. “I’d wanted my own — that was always my goal. With every shop I worked at, I took a little bit of what I enjoyed. They were stepping stones…I took the good and the bad experiences at each and ran with it,” Iverson said. She is the proprietor of Corner Cuts Salon, the new shop on the corner of Main and Second Street in downtown Chatfield. She explained she arrived there from her aspiration to give everyone who sits in her chair great style and her dreams of actually being able to own a salon and give everyone a great hairstyle.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017 10:09 PM

Sarah Iverson’s got hair stepping stones to great style on the corner, and they got her her own.

“I’d wanted my own — that was always my goal. With every shop I worked at, I took a little bit of what I enjoyed. They were stepping stones…I took the good and the bad experiences at each and ran with it,” Iverson said.

She is the proprietor of Corner Cuts Salon, the new shop on the corner of Main and Second Street in downtown Chatfield. She explained she arrived there from her aspiration to give everyone who sits in her chair great style and her dreams of actually being able to own a salon and give everyone a great hairstyle.

  • Rushford artist wins 2018 Pheasant Stamp contest
    Michael Sieve is this year’s winner of the Minnesota State Pheasant Habitat Stamp contest.
  • Chatfield growth, development occurring on many levels
    Chatfield’s Economic Development Authority (EDA) has had a full agenda at most of its recent meetings,.
  • Lanesboro Museum receives additional  grant funds to continue archiving project

    If one has wanted to see the camera that photographer Matt Bue used to capture images of the Norwegian experience and life in Lanesboro or if one wanted to see the stylus he used to sign his photographs, those treasures may be easier to find than they once were.

  • Strong foundation brings Kingsland grad back home
    As Kingsland Public School celebrates its 25th anniversary, Ann Malone Brink, a member of the class of 2000, is the featured graduate in a series detailing alumni.  
  • Fire levels downtown Spring Valley historic building

    A fire destroyed Johnny Ringo’s Bar and Grill in downtown Spring Valley Monday.

  • Last call for ‘Chief Two Towns’

    Chief Tom Mosher retiring, but he’s not going anywhere.

  • Retiring hairstylist vows to keep clients in her heart

    Ilene Lammers’s career grew on her, even though it was a hair off what she’d intended to do for the rest of her life.

  • Mission of Eagle Bluff continues to grow

    Nearly 40 years ago, Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center near Lanesboro started out as a bad road, an A-frame house and a dream for Joe Deden. 

  • Hops harvest celebrates first year of new crop for Civil Sass

    Chatfield gained momentum with Sass.

    That’s because Jake and Abbey Sass planted beer buds and an unintentional 11-minute community. 

  • Border to Border initiative brings improved broadband to Lanesboro
    “This project is a partnership between the state and our business to bring fiber to homes, and it’s a grant program developed by the Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). We were fortunate to be chosen to bring fiber cable to the Lanesboro area,” stated AcenTek Chief Financial Officer Darren Moser.
  • Nurses get workout treating couple

    Nurses at Spring Valley Living treated a gentleman who had stroke and a woman with problems stemming from her diabetes Tuesday, Sept. 19. Although the subjects were lifelike, they weren’t real people as the Ridgewater College SimLab medical training trailer set up outside Spring Valley Living for a training session.

  • New salon owner journeys towards achieving dreams

    Sarah Iverson’s got hair stepping stones to great style on the corner, and they got her her own.

    “I’d wanted my own — that was always my goal. With every shop I worked at, I took a little bit of what I enjoyed. They were stepping stones…I took the good and the bad experiences at each and ran with it,” Iverson said.

    She is the proprietor of Corner Cuts Salon, the new shop on the corner of Main and Second Street in downtown Chatfield. She explained she arrived there from her aspiration to give everyone who sits in her chair great style and her dreams of actually being able to own a salon and give everyone a great hairstyle.

  • Quiet birthday for 103-year-old Spring Valley resident
    “I’ve got no plans for my birthday, but my family is coming for the weekend,” stated Erwin Ruesink, the centenarian-plus-three, a resident of the Spring Valley Living nursing home who rose and shone for his special day last week the same way he’s done for the past 37,594 days of his life. 
  • Bonding committee learns more about fish hatchery, bike trail bonding requests
    Members of the Minnesota State House of Representatives Bonding Committee recently visited southeastern Minnesota to tour three sites which may be included in future bonding bills. First, the tour stopped in Chatfield at the Chatfield Center for the Arts to tour the arts center and see progress it has made from past funding and to consider a request for additional funds to expand its offerings and renovate additional spaces within the former school building.
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