Luverne High School seniors (from left) Dylan Thorson, Samantha Ykema, Marisol Hartshorn and Knute Oldre will participate Saturday in the 2017 Minnesota State High School League Speech Tournament. Together the group has 10 years of state tournament experience.
With a combined 10 state tournament appearances to date, four of Luverne’s senior speech students are determined to make the best of their last meet.
The third annual Cardinal Dash will be Friday, May 5, at the elementary school campus.
PPIE President Anne Shelton kicked off the 2017 Cardinal Dash: Keep Kids Running event Thursday afternoon, April 13, in the elementary school gymnasium.
The Luverne Area Chamber hosted an Easter egg hunt in Luverne City Park Thursday afternoon, April 13, for Chamber members and their family friends in honor of Luverne’s 150th Anniversary.
Standing in the shooting position are (from left) Ayden Bonnett, Marshal Dammann and Austin Watts-Boll.
A dozen Luverne Middle-High School students are participating in a one-of-a-kind educational activity for the first time this spring.
This was Diane and Grant Robinson’s back yard in 2014 when floodwaters backed up along North Blue Mound Avenue.
Residents along North Blue Mound Avenue found themselves in deep water in 2014 when flooding from the north backed up on the east side of the road on its way to the Rock River.
Luverne High School seniors (from left) Dylan Thorson, Samantha Ykema, Marisol Hartshorn and Knute Oldre will participate Saturday in the 2017 Minnesota State High School League Speech Tournament. Together the group has 10 years of state tournament experience.
The third annual Cardinal Dash will be Friday, May 5, at the elementary school campus.
Standing in the shooting position are (from left) Ayden Bonnett, Marshal Dammann and Austin Watts-Boll.
This was Diane and Grant Robinson’s back yard in 2014 when floodwaters backed up along North Blue Mound Avenue.

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  Matthew Hup and Danielle Watts-Boll are among the 100 seniors whose official Luverne High School graduation photo was taken Thursday morning, April 13, in the school auditorium. Each year Jim Juhl of Myhre Studio completes the individual portrait sessions, which are sponsored by Minnwest Bank,...
Luverne High School seniors (from left) Dylan Thorson, Samantha Ykema, Marisol Hartshorn and Knute Oldre will participate Saturday in the 2017 Minnesota State High School League Speech Tournament. Together the group has 10 years of state tournament experience.
With a combined 10 state tournament appearances to date, four of Luverne’s senior speech students are determined to make the best of their last meet. When Marisol Hartshorn, Samantha Ykema, Knute Oldre and Dylan Thorson compete Saturday at the Class A 2017 Minnesota State High School Speech...
The third annual Cardinal Dash will be Friday, May 5, at the elementary school campus.
PPIE President Anne Shelton kicked off the 2017 Cardinal Dash: Keep Kids Running event Thursday afternoon, April 13, in the elementary school gymnasium. In order for the Luverne Elementary School Parents Partners in Education group to surpass its annual fundraising goal, each student needs to raise...
The Luverne Area Chamber hosted an Easter egg hunt in Luverne City Park Thursday afternoon, April 13, for Chamber members and their family friends in honor of Luverne’s 150th Anniversary. Children picked up 300 plastic eggs, half of which had $1.50 inside and half that contained candy.   Colette...
Standing in the shooting position are (from left) Ayden Bonnett, Marshal Dammann and Austin Watts-Boll.
A dozen Luverne Middle-High School students are participating in a one-of-a-kind educational activity for the first time this spring. The Cardinals are members of the Clay Target League, a competitive extra-curricular shooting activity operated through the USA High School Clay Target League. “We...
This was Diane and Grant Robinson’s back yard in 2014 when floodwaters backed up along North Blue Mound Avenue.
Residents along North Blue Mound Avenue found themselves in deep water in 2014 when flooding from the north backed up on the east side of the road on its way to the Rock River. That problem will likely be alleviated for the next high water event, thanks to a large box culvert being installed near...
Luverne is celebrating 150 years since its founding in 1867, and Chamber Director Jane Wildung Lanphere isn’t taking lightly the Chamber’s role in properly observing the anniversary. “This is really extraordinary,” she said about the occasion. “There’s a lot of cool stuff going on.” Luverne is an...
What would a secret shopper learn about your business after an unannounced visit? Similarly, what would that same person say about a community after a secret assessment of the town? In reality, Luverne city leaders acknowledge this happens every day, thousands of times a day with each passing...
Spring cleanup — also known as junk days — starts Monday, April 24, in Luverne. This year for the first time residents will be charged mattresses set out for pickup. The city will charge $30 per mattress and $30 per box springs, and residents will need a sticker from city offices for these items to...
Topography, location and a proactive manure management plan were enough for the Rock County Board of Adjustment to allow a pork production building to be constructed within one mile of the city limits of Jasper. At the Monday night public hearing, James Veldkamp requested reducing the required 5,...

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