2016

Melissa Radley and Josh VanVeldhuizen, both of Luverne, are parents of the first baby of the New Year. Azalea Grace was born Jan. 1 at Sanford Luverne Hospital.
The first baby of the New Year born at Sanford Luverne Hospital is Azalea Grace VanVeldhuizen, born Jan. 1, weighing 7 pounds, 12 ounces and 20 inches long. She’s pictured with her parents, Melissa Radley and Josh VanVeldhuizen, both of Luverne, and she joins a 2-year-old sibling, Rome. Azalea’s...
Lady Luverne Red Hats will meet at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Jan. 8, at the Luverne Senior Dining Center for lunch. Members are asked to bring a Red Hat item for a rummage sale. RSVP by Wednesday, Jan. 6, to Luverne Senior Dining at 283-9846. State Line Cemetery Association annual meeting will be at 12:30...
Monday, Jan. 11: Chicken lasagna, tropical fruit, lettuce with dressing, breadstick, bar. Program: 1 p.m. Pinochle. Tuesday, Jan. 12: Roast beef, mashed potatoes, carrots, dinner roll, pudding. Program: Two-buck Tuesday sponsored by Herman Motors. Wednesday, Jan. 13: Liver or pepper steak, au...
Rock County Commissioners formally approved the 2016 county tax levy at $5,153,362, which is 2.88 percent more than last year’s levy. The county’s preliminary levy had been set to increase 3.88 percent, but at their Dec. 22 meeting, commissioners decided to allocate $50,000 from the county reserves...
The city of Luverne conducted its annual truth in taxation hearing Dec. 8 prior to the City Council meeting in Luverne City Hall. At the hearing, which no one from the public attended, City Administrator John Call presented information on the city’s $5.4 million budget. “I will tell you it's a...
The latest general enrollment period for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) is underway and will end on Feb. 26, 2016. As such, producers with expiring contracts and producers with environmentally sensitive land are encouraged to evaluate their options under this program. Over the past 30 years...
The water tower on Highway 75 will be painted next summer as part of scheduled maintenance. The project will include Luverne's new logo, "Luverne -- Love the Life."
The city of Luverne will spend approximately $400,000 to paint the water tower on Highway 75 next year. The scheduled maintenance will provide the opportunity to put the city logo “Luverne — Love the Life” on the tower tank. “We’re excited to get that tower branded,” Call said at the July 21...

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