Robins frolicked in the crab apple trees east of Hardwick Sunday morning after the area received several inches of snow.
The three-day showing of “Farmer of the Year” at the Palace Theatre in Luverne features four local performers in the feature-length film.
Courtney Wendland (left), Adriana Gonzalez and Mikayla Wiederhoeft bare their feet to draw attention to their FCCLA project called “DeFEET Poverty: One Step at a Time.” At the event in the Luverne City Park, participants will remove their shoes to experience poverty firsthand.
Three Luverne High School seniors want the public to take off their shoes and walk in the feet of someone in poverty.
Courtney Wendland (left), Adriana Gonzalez and Mikayla Wiederhoeft bare their feet to draw attention to their FCCLA project called “DeFEET Poverty: One Step at a Time.” At the event in the Luverne City Park, participants will remove their shoes to experience poverty firsthand.
Three Luverne High School seniors want the public to take off their shoes and walk in the feet of someone in poverty.
It was a proud weekend in Luverne Oct. 12 and 13 when thousands of people converged for the eighth annual Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener.
Joe Schomacker
  This is the first of a series of candidate profiles to inform readers of the contested races leading up to the Nov. 6 general election.
Courtney Wendland (left), Adriana Gonzalez and Mikayla Wiederhoeft bare their feet to draw attention to their FCCLA project called “DeFEET Poverty: One Step at a Time.” At the event in the Luverne City Park, participants will remove their shoes to experience poverty firsthand.
Courtney Wendland (left), Adriana Gonzalez and Mikayla Wiederhoeft bare their feet to draw attention to their FCCLA project called “DeFEET Poverty: One Step at a Time.” At the event in the Luverne City Park, participants will remove their shoes to experience poverty firsthand.
Joe Schomacker

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  Rick Peterson summed up many people’s appreciation of Luverne’s weekend hospitality when he told Friday night’s banquet crowd, “We hit it out of the park.” Peterson chaired the local committee that spent the past year preparing for the 2018 Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener in Luverne...
Rock The Edge (area church youth groups) worked collaboratively Sunday afternoon in a community food drive. Youth and adults canvassed Luverne neighborhoods for food items left on doorsteps or hung from plastic bags from door handles. More than ? pounds of non-perishable items were gathered and...
The Luverne Economic Development Authority on Monday approved an application from Ben Franklin Lodge for funds to improve its building on North Freeman Avenue. The non-profit organization is planning a $72,000 façade improvement, and the city’s Historic Façade Improvement Program will help defray...
City Finance Director Barb Berghorst has been working with EDA Director Holly Sammons and a local committee to find solutions for the local child care crisis. She said “crisis” is the correct word to use when describing the shortage of child care providers in Luverne and Rock County. “The City...
Robins frolicked in the crab apple trees east of Hardwick Sunday morning after the area received several inches of snow. According to the National Weather Service in Sioux Falls, the early morning snowfall marks the shortest time period between one-inch snowfalls (last spring snow to first fall...
The three-day showing of “Farmer of the Year” at the Palace Theatre in Luverne features four local performers in the feature-length film. Katie Walgrave and Scott Wessels, both of Luverne, make cameo appearances in the 1-hour, 43-minute film by YellowHouse Films. Luverne residents Ron and Jane Cote...
Courtney Wendland (left), Adriana Gonzalez and Mikayla Wiederhoeft bare their feet to draw attention to their FCCLA project called “DeFEET Poverty: One Step at a Time.” At the event in the Luverne City Park, participants will remove their shoes to experience poverty firsthand.
Three Luverne High School seniors want the public to take off their shoes and walk in the feet of someone in poverty. Courtney Wendland, Adriana Gonzalez and Mikayla Wiederhoeft are organizing the event “DeFEET Poverty: One Step at a Time” for Saturday, Nov. 17, at the Luverne City Park. The event...
Courtney Wendland (left), Adriana Gonzalez and Mikayla Wiederhoeft bare their feet to draw attention to their FCCLA project called “DeFEET Poverty: One Step at a Time.” At the event in the Luverne City Park, participants will remove their shoes to experience poverty firsthand.
Three Luverne High School seniors want the public to take off their shoes and walk in the feet of someone in poverty. Courtney Wendland, Adriana Gonzalez and Mikayla Wiederhoeft are organizing the event “DeFEET Poverty: One Step at a Time” for Saturday, Nov. 17, at the Luverne City Park. The event...
It was a proud weekend in Luverne Oct. 12 and 13 when thousands of people converged for the eighth annual Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener. “We heard repeatedly from out-of-town guests, the media and from the governor’s office staff about how impressed they were that the whole community...
Joe Schomacker
  This is the first of a series of candidate profiles to inform readers of the contested races leading up to the Nov. 6 general election. Featured this week are the candidates for the Minnesota House of Representatives: Incumbent Joe Schomacker (Republican) and challenger Maxwell Kaufman (Democrat...

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