On Friday workers with Henning Construction of Adrian completed the first mile of a 3.5-mile pipeline to bring Rock County Rural Water to the Blue Mounds State Park north of Luverne.
This weekend during Hardwick’s annual Jubilee Days, the small town of 200 residents will brim with visitors as they enjoy three days of activities.
The Luverne American Legion group is offering the West Main Street Post 123 building for sale because they no longer need the space.
The Luverne American Legion Post 123 building on West Main Street is for sale. “It’s way more building than we need,” Commander Ed Stearns said Friday.
Local participants in the June 6-7 ALICE training in Luverne included (from left) Alexis Klarenbeek, Daniel Fick, Lynette Ossefoort, Dallas Hamm, Alicia Reker, Dave Riphagen and Scott Edwards.
The Luverne Public Schools ALICE training team hosted a training session earlier this month for other school employees, law enforcement officials and private citizens about how to confront potential active shooters in a school, community or workpl
Audrey Sparks tries on the butterfly finger puppet while her grandma, Tammy Moeller, shows her how to make the wings flap up and down.
Luverne’s downtown was a festive place to be Thursday night when nearly 400 people showed up at the plaza on Main and McKenzie streets.
Park naturalist Amber Brooks and park manager Chris Ingebretsen discuss an opportune location for the tour vehicle to park in order to allow the best media photos of the bison.
y Lori Sorenson On Friday, June 15, the Blue Mounds State Park officially opened registration for tours on the park’s new bison tour vehicle.
The Luverne American Legion group is offering the West Main Street Post 123 building for sale because they no longer need the space.
Local participants in the June 6-7 ALICE training in Luverne included (from left) Alexis Klarenbeek, Daniel Fick, Lynette Ossefoort, Dallas Hamm, Alicia Reker, Dave Riphagen and Scott Edwards.
Audrey Sparks tries on the butterfly finger puppet while her grandma, Tammy Moeller, shows her how to make the wings flap up and down.
Park naturalist Amber Brooks and park manager Chris Ingebretsen discuss an opportune location for the tour vehicle to park in order to allow the best media photos of the bison.

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On Friday workers with Henning Construction of Adrian completed the first mile of a 3.5-mile pipeline to bring Rock County Rural Water to the Blue Mounds State Park north of Luverne. The state-funded project began June 4 and took an excavating team almost two weeks to open a six-foot deep trench to...
Local leaders met with tru Shrimp officials Tuesday morning to plan for the flurry of construction in Luverne over the next few years. Tru Shrimp will break ground later this summer on its $120 million harbor, hatchery and water treatment facility that will be built west of Papik Motors along I-90...
Hardwick is no longer the ideal location for a proposed goat slaughtering facility as Gacke Goat Company owner Brian Gacke has opted for a less urban location. “We really wanted to (locate in Hardwick) but with all the politics we decided it wasn’t worth it,” he said. Gacke announced his change of...
This weekend during Hardwick’s annual Jubilee Days, the small town of 200 residents will brim with visitors as they enjoy three days of activities. Among those attending are Sadie and Tony VanGrootheest, who are this year’s parade marshals. The Hardwick Community Club, who organizes the annual...
The Luverne American Legion group is offering the West Main Street Post 123 building for sale because they no longer need the space.
The Luverne American Legion Post 123 building on West Main Street is for sale. “It’s way more building than we need,” Commander Ed Stearns said Friday. The organization listed the building for sale earlier this month — just after Memorial Day activities were complete. With 4,000 square feet main...
Local participants in the June 6-7 ALICE training in Luverne included (from left) Alexis Klarenbeek, Daniel Fick, Lynette Ossefoort, Dallas Hamm, Alicia Reker, Dave Riphagen and Scott Edwards.
The Luverne Public Schools ALICE training team hosted a training session earlier this month for other school employees, law enforcement officials and private citizens about how to confront potential active shooters in a school, community or workplace. The two-day “train-the-trainer” event prepared...
Audrey Sparks tries on the butterfly finger puppet while her grandma, Tammy Moeller, shows her how to make the wings flap up and down.
Luverne’s downtown was a festive place to be Thursday night when nearly 400 people showed up at the plaza on Main and McKenzie streets. Under the theme of “Night with the Zoo,” the evening featured the Great Plains Zoomobile along with other animal-themed activities. “This is a great turnout,” said...
Park naturalist Amber Brooks and park manager Chris Ingebretsen discuss an opportune location for the tour vehicle to park in order to allow the best media photos of the bison.
y Lori Sorenson On Friday, June 15, the Blue Mounds State Park officially opened registration for tours on the park’s new bison tour vehicle. To book a tour online, see dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/blue_mounds/prairie-and-bison-tour, or call the park office at 507-283-6053. It costs $6 for children...
Luverne’s Connor Crabtree hits a double that scored two runs during the Redbirds’ 7-0 win over Ruthton June 13.
The first half of the 2018 campaign has been a successful one for the Luverne Redbirds baseball team. The local amateur squad stands at 10-2 at midseason.  “We’re playing pretty well. It’s been fun,” said Luverne player-manager Brooks Mauer.  The Redbirds, who have won eight straight games, hosted...
H-BC's Tess Van Mannen earns first appearance Hills-Beaver Creek’s Tess Van Maanen had a successful first-time experience at the Class A State Golf Tournament.  Van Maanen, an eighth-grader, competed against the state’s top golf talent at Pebble Creek Golf Club in Becker June 12-13.  Van Maanen...

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